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Olives, Lemons & Za'atar: The Best Middle Eastern Home Cooking [Anglais] [Relié]

Rawia Bishara , Peter Cassidy

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Tanoreen Forever! 9 février 2014
Par Subwayhooker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Full disclosure - I have been a loyal customer of Rawia's incredible Tanoreen restaurant since the old days when it occupied a tiny storefront. It remains a favorite of my friends and family and "must" for any visit with us. It defined the "Brooklyn" brand long before the hipsters got hold of it.

When Rawia shared with us that a cookbook was in the works, I was very excited. And the fruit of her labors does not disappoint. The book is as beautiful and warm as the woman and I cannot wait to start cooking and experimenting. Somehow, I doubt that my versions will move those at my table to the stunned silence that overtakes guests at Tanoreen, but I will give it my best.

Some things worth noting: while the recipes look well-written and fairly precise, options are given for cooks with limited access to some of the specialty ingredients and suggestions are given for playing with the flavors. (I like books that understand the limitations of a home kitchen). Wonderful tips pepper the book throughout, along with personal stories and memories that give great color to the book and make it very readable.

So far, I made the scrambled eggs with halloumi, to great success. I'll never be the great chef that Rawia is, but no matter where life takes me, I love that I have a piece of Tanoreen to take with me.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 One of the most beautiful cookbooks that I've ever seen! 10 février 2014
Par FoodieRonNYC - Publié sur Amazon.com
Olives, Lemons & Za'atar is not only one of the most beautiful cookbooks that I have recently seen (with its atmospheric on location photographs in Israel and succulent food photography) but is also filled some of the best, authentic Middle Eastern recipes. I am a big fan of Rawia Bishara and her Brooklyn restaurant Tanoreen. And it is a pure cooking pleasure to be able to bring her recipes into my kitchen. I recently served several recipes at a dinner including several of the dips, salads, and the incredible tagine and everything was a hit! This cookbook is a keeper!
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Beautiful but ran into some problems with the recipes 8 août 2014
Par Laura - Publié sur Amazon.com
I'm familiar with food from this region and was really excited about trying out some of her recipes. The cookbook is beautiful. Unfortunately, I found problems with some of the recipes I tried. I *have* to think that this is something to do with the editing and not the real recipes because in some cases, the instructions just seem wrong.

(1) The recipe for split pea soup (shorabit bazzela, page 89) says to add **15 cups of water** when the soup only contains 2 cups of dried split peas (and only 1/2 tsp salt). Even if you add 10 cups of water, you'll end up with a really watery, bland soup - not the slightly thickened soup shown in the picture. I had to reduce the liquid A LOT and add more salt to make it look and taste right.

(2) Beet salad (salatet shamandar, page 69) was too oily even with half the oil added and the instructions, which say "toss to coat", will not reproduce the beautiful salad in the picture.

(3) Rice and vermicelli pilaf (page 182) says to use 1 lb of vermicelli. I used 12 oz and it was too much. There is also no way that 1 lb vermicelli, 4 cups rice, and 9 cups water will fit in a "medium pot". I had to switch over to the biggest pot I have.

(4) Okra with tomatoes (bamya belzait, page 180) came out ok except I added half the lemon juice and half the oil but that's just personal taste, I suppose.

(5) The hummus recipe (page 36) was good but I did add less garlic and lemon juice which is just a personal taste thing.

I regularly use other people's recipes without a problem but I had to struggle with the ones in this book. If you follow the instructions exactly, you will run into some issues. I highly recommend checking it out from the library first, if you are thinking of buying it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Favorite cookbook from favorite restaurant 20 février 2014
Par C. DeJesus - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've been going Tanoreen for years and the food is so goo and is literally the best homemade Middle eastern food. If you are ever in NYC, I highly recommend that you dine at Tanoreen at least once. I was super excited when Chef Rawia released this cook book. The photos are stunning and her stories about her family and the foods of the Levant are great introductions to the food and culture of the region.

The recipes include some of my favorite dishes from Tanoreen including the Brussels sprouts, chicken getting, and stuffed cabbage. They are easy to follow and Rawia also provides detailed information on the spices and common ingredients that you will need. Most if not all can easily be found at a Middle a Eastern grocery store, Whole Foods, or Amazon.com.

So far, I've cooked several recipes from the book and my family and I found them to be delicious. The lentil and butternut squash stew, kale and shallots, fattoush, beef and white bean stews, seasoned garlic sauce, and the lentil soup are delicious. I look forward to diving into the other recipes and you and your family will certainly be satisfied with this cookbook, which is now one of my favorites.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 My favorite Middle Eastern cookbook! 21 avril 2014
Par Nancy R. Meiki - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Being married to a man from the Middle East, I try to make my hubby's tummy as happy as possible. This can be difficult when you have been raised by a European mother in Chicago! Consequently, I have a library of Middle Eastern cookbooks to help me stumble through recipes that sometimes make no sense to me. But Rawia's book is different. She tells me all I need in my kitchen with step-by-step instructions on how to make the magic happen! My first attempt brought a big smile to my sweetie's face! It's also a good read - hard to put down, especially if you know a bit about the culture and the people. So far, I've bought 11 copies to give away to friends - and one that I've sprinkled with olive oil and lemon juice so that nobody will take it away from me!
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