Israeli and Palestinian Food Culture and Recipes ~ David Haliva
The food of the Holy Land is ripe with flavors and enticing intricacies. Divine Food embarks on a culinary journey from the North, with its temperate climate and succulent vegetables; to Tel Aviv, where young chefs find new ways to interpret culinary traditions; to Jerusalem, a city of pilgrimage that boasts a myriad of cultural comfort foods; and to the South, where nomadic lifestyles inspire desert cuisine. Divine Food details daily life defined and enriched by food, flavors and heritage; embraces food as common language of the Israeli and Palestinian people; and artfully brings this rich culinary culture into any kitchen.
A Culinary Journey in 103 Recipes
The recipes within Divine Food are prepared with accessible ingredients, inviting home cooks and foodies alike to bask in their boldness. Each dish tickles the senses whether through the deep hue of sumac berries, the anise notes of tender wild fennel, or the reviving tang of fresh coriander. The presence of a glossary paired with inviting dishes ensures that this cookbook will assist you in creating a warm family dinner or an invigorating party for friends. Wherever your dinner table might lay, Divine Food shall cast the sensory and welcoming veil of the Mediterranean.
Published by Gestalten