Ethnic American Food Today

Author: Lucy M. Long
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1442227311
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Holiday Feasts Major holidays, of course, vary according to faith; but one holiday
with a distinctive culinary tradition is celebrated by all Egyptians: Sham el-Nissim,
which translates literally as “smelling the air,” is a pre-Christian spring and fertility
... King Tutin Fort Worth, Texas, is a clear example; they serve not only Egyptian
shawarma, koshari, and kofta but also other Mediterranean dishes such as gyros.
... My Egyptian Grandmother's Kitchen: Traditional Dishes Sweet and Savory.

Cairo

Author: Claire E. Francy
Publisher: American Univ in Cairo Press
ISBN: 9789774162039
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Middle Eastern Cooking: A Practical Guide. Cairo: AUC Press, 1997. Have a
certain matter-of-fact charm as if a busy Egyptian mother-in-law were showing
her son's foreign bride how to cook while skimping on essential details—
perhaps intentionally so! John Feeney. Egyptian Soups Hot and Cold. Cairo:
AUC Press, 2006. Delectable soups made from local seasonal ingredients.
Magda Mehdawy. My Egyptian Grandmother's Kitchen: Traditional Dishes Sweet
and Savory. Cairo: AUC ...

Flavors Of The Triangle An International Festival Of Raleigh

Author: Karin Shank
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1312462469
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Syrian SEMOLINA PORRIDGE MAMUNEHYA 1 cup semolina 41/2 cups cold
water 1 cup sugar 1 tsp. olive oil Pine nuts and sliced almonds (optional)
Cinnamon to taste As a kid growing up in Syria, this was my absolute favorite
thing to eat for breakfast, especially in the cold winters. Just smelling it transports
me to my grandmother's kitchen. Traditionally this dish is served with a white,
salty type of Arabic cheese (like Halloumi) and/or cured olives. 3/4 cup salted
butter (11/2 sticks) ...

Serious Eats

Author: Ed Levine
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
ISBN: 0307953319
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IIN SPEIZIAI IIIIIIASIIINS, SNE Irllllllll MAKE IIS NNAT SIIE IZAIIEII EGYPTIAN
EGGS, NNIIIN YIIII MIGNT KNIIN AS EGGS IN TOAST llll EGGS IN A NIIIE IPAGE
40]. ln fact, the family meal I remember most fondly was breakfast, when my dad
and I would eat English ... On the weekends my grandmother would visit and
make us wondrously delicious breakfasts ofblintzes, seemingly by the hundred. ...
No other meal ranges so fully from sweet to savory, healthy to indulgent, nibble to
feast.

My Private Collection

Author: Nick Ligidakis
Publisher: Inkwell Productions
ISBN: 0965815838
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The highest priests of Egypt, who were the guardians of knowledge, were given
apples to eat daily. Greek poets and philosophers mentioned apples since the
9th Century ... Another popular apple is the Granny Smith, which originated in
Australia in the late 18th Century by a grandmother who gave it her name. It is
green with large pale spots, waxy skin and a very juicy, crisp ... Apples are used
in various methods in the kitchen. They go well in both savory and sweet dishes.
In my Rum ...

Extra Virgin

Author: Karen Reichelt
Publisher: Wakefield Press
ISBN: 9781862544178
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ii .1?olives in the kitchen 2'! 'mm anointed with olive oil by the priest in the font of t
the town's church, in the presence of my parents, uncles, aunts and most of the
town. And I grew up with olive oil in my nose, mouth and pores, through my
mother and grandmother's cooking . ' Stefano Manfredi Th e olive D l e n ClS )
OOWG [TU l and perversely different tastes - acidic, sweet, savoury and bitter.
This magical and versatile fruit has become an indis~ pensible ingredient in
contemporary ...

Saveur

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It was Arab traders who first carried cardamom from India to Babylon, Egypt,
Greece, and Rome, and today the Arab countries still consume more of it than
any other place on earth. lt's still a precious commodity, too—nearly as costly as
saffron and vanilla because, like them, it must be harvested ... Sometimes, after a
big meal, we'd follow my grandmothers custom and pass around cardamom pods
to chew. ... That unique balance works as well in savory dishes as it does in
sweet ones.

Kafamda Bir Tuhaflik

Author: Orhan Pamuk
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ISBN: 9789750830884
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Roman om kærlighedshistorien mellem Mevlut og hans kæreste, som han skrev breve i tre år, samt Mevluts liv i gaderne i Istanbul i en periode, der strækker sig over fire årtier