Medina Kitchen

Medina Kitchen

Home Cooking From North Africa

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The best North African food is rooted in the home rather than in restaurants. For her first book, New Tapas, Fiona Dunlop sought out innovative tapas bar chefs; this time she turns her attention to home cooks producing stunning and often innovative food in beautiful settings in Morocco, Tunisia and Libya. As well as classic dishes, these cooks are creating new recipes by fusing traditional Arab and Mediterranean food. Their recipes and stories are accompanied by photographs of the dishes as well as location images taken in courtyards filled with orange trees or fountains, kitchens with patterned tiles and typical dining rooms. We also see the markets of the medina where they shop. The book features a chapter dedicated to each of the eight home cooks as well as evocative text on North Africa.
Publisher: Mitchell Beazley,
ISBN: 9781845332655
Branch Call Number: ANF 641.5961 DUNL
Characteristics: 192 p. : ill. ; 26 cm


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