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The Lebanese Kitchen

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Authentic recipes using fresh produce.

Abla Amad shares her recipes in this inspiring book, which features the real food of Lebanon - culinary treasures that are centuries old, preserved & adapted for contemporary cooks. Here is the wide variety of small dishes that comprise a mezza table, including kibbee, stuffed vine leaves, tabbouleh, felafel, & bab ghannooj w
Paperback, 144 pages
Published February 15th 2004 by Penguin Global
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Feb 06, 2016 Rowan Chapman rated it it was amazing
Simple, inviting and delivers the goods. Not a shelf filler and will no doubt become a go-to favourite. Highly recommended.
Dec 31, 2009 Lambert rated it it was amazing
Fantastic book - nearly as good as the restaurant. Easy to follow recipes. Ladies fingers, chicken and rice.... just deeelish.
Sep 15, 2012 Charles rated it it was amazing
Excellent-every recipe I tried is authentic and works-Thank You
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