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Greek Meze Cooking by Sarah Maxwell
Meze Cooking by Sarah Maxwell
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.
Vegetarian Turkish Cooking by Carol Robertson
Robertson relates a series of captivating and delightful travel adventures in the first half of the book, unveiling the wonders of Turkey—from the ancient cities of Ankara to the spas at Bursa to the small village bazaars, where fresh vegetables line stone pathways and aged stucco homes. The second portion is dedicated to vegetarian foods and recipes. Over one hundred Turkish dishes, including Spinach with Yogurt Sauce, Eggplant Puree, assorted Sis Kebabs, Minted Pea Pilav, and the ever-popular Baklava, await the cook wanting to explore Turkish cuisine.
The Book Of Greek Cooking by Lesley Mackley
Includes illustrated recipes for cheeses, vegetables, lamb, pork, seafood, beef, veal, breads, poultry, and sweets
Cooking The Middle Eastern Way by Alison Behnke
An introduction to Middle Eastern cooking, featuring traditional recipes for appetizers, side dishes, main dishes, desserts, holiday food, and more. Also includes information on the history, geography, customs, and people of this region.
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.
Classical Turkish Cooking by Ayla E. Algar
Turkish food is one of the world's great cuisines. Its taste and depth place it with French and Chinese; its simplicity and healthfulness rank it number one. Turkish-born Ayla Algar offers 175 recipes for this vibrant and tasty food, presented against the rich and fascinating backdrop of Turkish history and culture. Tempting recipes for kebabs, pilafs, meze (appetizers), dolmas (those delicious stuffed vegetables or vine leaves), soups, fish, manti and other pasta dishes, lamb, poultry, yogurt, bread, and traditional sweets such as baklava are introduced here to American cooks in accessible form. With its emphasis on grains, vegetables, fruits, olive oil, and other healthful foods, Turkish cooking puts a new spin on familiar ingredients and offers culinary adventure coupled with satisfying and delicious meals.
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.