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Meze by Rena Salaman
The Greek and Lebanese meze is a snack served alone or before a meal, or as part of a whole meal. This cookbook presents 30 meze recipes, from the simple to the substantial, discovering a new way to entertain with food your guests will love.
Meze by Diane Kochilas
The award-winning author of "The Glorious Foods of Greece, " Kochilas introduces the dazzling array of Greek meze and explores its rituals and traditions. Filled with dozens of color photos, "Meze" adds Mediterranean flavor to any gathering.
Turkish Meze by Sevtap Yuce
Let Turkish Meze help you rediscover the pleasure of sharing good food with good friends. From moreish dips and small dishes, to stuffed vegetables, sharing plates and irresistible sweet treats, each recipe showcases the fresh produce and clean flavours that lie at the heart of Turkish meze. Born in Ankara, Turkey, Sevtap Yüce started cooking when she was seventeen and learned English while working in a patisserie in Sydney. Sevtap also worked for Bill Granger before a sea change took her to Angourie in the Northern Rivers of New South Wales. Beachwood, Sevtap’s first restaurant, opened in 1994. The vibrant cafe is now located in Yamba, where tourists and locals alike delight in her two great passions: cooking and looking after people. Turkish Meze is Sevtap’s second cookbook, following on from the success of her first, Turkish Flavours.
Meze by Rosemary Barron
As timeless as the azure waters of the Aegean, the little Greek dishes known as meze are perfect for today s way of eating. Author Rosemary Barron has compiled 65 of her favorite recipes- full of flavor and good health- from traditional small bowls of marinated olives and little cheeses to more substantial meat-filled pastries and grilled seafood. Meze gives advice on stocking the shelves with essential basics and offers helpful hints on preparing spectacular Mediterranean buffets or casual outdoor get-togethers without spending all day in the kitchen. Meze celebrates the art of slowing down, of savoring the simple, distinct flavors of Mediterranean ingredients, and of sharing the experience with friends and family.
Meze by Sally Butcher
Join Sally Butcher, owner and chef of iconic Peckham-based café and grocery shop, Persepolis, as she shares her take on Middle Eastern street fare, snacks and meze. Increasingly, formal dining is being nudged aside in favour of meze-style spreads, and street food has come of age. Meze picks out the Middle East’s most exciting street food and snacks including a range of kebabs, nuts, nibbles and sweet halwah, to bring together for family and friends. From Aubergine-wrapped Chicken, and Rabbit and Fig Kebabs, to Lebanese Street Pizza Bread and Sudanese Mashed Broad Beans. With drinks to serve alongside such as Iced Turkish Delight Coffee or Kashmiri Tamarind Cooler, without forgetting puddings for a sweet finish, you too can create the home shawarma experience and the definitive Middle Eastern meze. Packed with recipes from across the region and Sally's trademark wit and informed anecdotes, this is a burst of intoxicating flavours for all Middle Eastern food enthusiasts.
The Little Foods Of The Mediterranean by Clifford Wright
The author combs the shores of the Mediterranean in search of the world's most delicious appetizers and finds them all over the region, in Spanish tapas bars and Italian cafes, in Moroccan outdoor markets, Greek and Turkish meze tables, and trattorias up and down the Italian coast. Simultaneous. Good Cook.
Greek Meze Cooking by Sarah Maxwell
Meze Cooking by Sarah Maxwell
From Tapas To Meze by Joanne Weir
The countries that circle the Mediterranean share more than the sea's azure waters. They share a love of first courses -- tapas from Spain, hors d'oeuvres and entrees from France, Italy's antipasti and primi piatti, mezethes from Greece, and the meze of the Levant and North Africa. These small dishes reflect the region's extraordinary bounty, its reliance on seasonal produce, and its emphasis on straightforward preparation. More than 220 recipes demonstrate both the unity and the variety of Mediterranean cuisine. Olive oil, garlic, tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, onions, and fresh herbs are the foundation of all Mediterranean cooking. But what a tremendous range of flavors and textures emanate from those ingredients! Often one brilliant idea is manipulated differently by each cuisine. Take flat bread: In Spain we find Coca de la Huerta, a summer vegetable flat bread from the Balearic Islands. France offers Provence's Pissaladiere, laced with anchovies, onions, and olives. You're probably familiar with Italy's great flat breads (like Focaccia con Gorgonzola e Pinoli), but have you ever tasted Lahmacun, a Turkish lamb and tomato pizza, spiced with cinnamon, allspice, and cloves? The Mediterranean plays the same game with savory egg pies. You can't enter a tapas bar in Spain without being confronted by some sort of tortilla, the ubiquitous Spanish omelette that appears here with caramelized onions as Tortilla de Cebollas a la Andaluza. In the South of France an omelette might be stuffed with pistou (the French equivalent of Italian pesto), and in Italy you would find the Italian equivalent of the omelette the frittata -- made with roasted sweet peppers. In Greece, the egg has been transformed into a Sfoungato me Kolokithia Apagio, a baked omelette with rice, zucchini, leeks, feta, and mountain herbs. In Tunisia, echoes of the French occupation can be tasted in the ajja, a traditional omelette filled with Tunisia's own spicy merguez sausage. For this authentic collection, Joanne Weir ate her way around the Mediterranean cajoling home cooks and restaurant chefs into surrendering their finest recipes. Throughout the book is a reverence for the Mediterranean practice of hanging out at the table with a glass of wine -- or sherry, or ouzo, or raki -- while nibbling on an assortment of delectable little dishes. Let From Tapas to Meze bring this gracious tradition into your home. From the Hardcover edition.