Tried and tested recipes from around the world I can’t wait to try out the recipes in this book. The photographs are really striking. I enjoyed the mini biography introducing each contributor’s recipe (I hope Munira gets her food van soon!) I really like that these are tried and tested family recipes from across the world. I’ve never had Ugandan or Yemeni food so it’s good to have access to simple recipes from these countries (and lots of others). The book makes appealing food that I might never otherwise get a chance to try accessible to…
Gorgeous Book – Vibrant and Interesting Recipes Surprised to receive the book this morning and was not disappointed. The recipes are divided up into Breakfast, Snacks, Sharing Plates and Dips, Lunches and Dinners, Salads and Sides, Deserts and Drinks. Each recipe is introduced by a very brief little backstory from the person who contributed it. The photographs are lovely, and, in my opinion, the book is very well put together. I cannot wait to try some of the flavour combinations.
Inspiring pictures and recipes The photos are lovely – showing the food and people.I have tried the green rice recipe so far, although I used quorn instead of lamb to make it vegetarian. It was lovely. Visually it looked good, and it certainly tasted good and disappeared quickly in my household.I enjoy cooking and food, but I had never really though to look to places like Iraq for foodie inspiration. That has now changed. But it’s not going to stop there – there are plenty of other countries and cultures…
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