by Jennifer Abadi
Jennifer Abadi takes the reader into the Syrian-Jewish kitchen and on a culinary journey. This unique collection features more than 125 recipes, warm family anecdotes, and stories of Syrian-Jewish culture. Abadi shares time-honored dishes perfected by her great-grandmother, cherished by her family, and celebrated in the kitchens of Syrian-Jewish women for generations: meat simmered with cumin, allspice, or cinnamon; savory vegetables stuffed or roasted; sweet and sour sauces; lemony dressings; rich sugar-dusted pastries; and much more. You may have trouble tearing yourself away from Abadi’s engaging and endearing stories long enough to actually cook anything.
- Published in 2007
- Approximately 7.2’’ x 9.1’’, 1.2’’ thick, 384 pages
- Black and white with purple highlights
- An engaging cookbook you won’t be able to put down