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Savory Baking from the Mediterranean

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    Posted: 01 August 2018 at 14:16
Today, while browsing around, I came across Savory Baking from the Mediterranean, by Anissa Helou; it really loks like a good book, so I figured I would share it here:

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Quote The Mediterranean is full of varied and diverse cuisines, but the one thing they all share is a basic reliance on bread. From Italian focaccia and French brioche to Lebanese tabouneh (sourdough pita) and Egyptian fiteer (flatbread), bread is the single most important staple in Mediterranean diets, and serves as the foundation for countless other savory dishes. In Savory Baking from the Mediterranean, Anissa Helou presents a collection of classic and favorite recipes that will provide home cooks with a broad overview of Mediterranean savory baking, from countless variations on flatbreads like pita, focaccia, and lavash, to raised breads such as French Bacon Bread, Greek Spinach and Olive Bread, and Italian Nut Bread. In addition, she offers recipes for a wide variety of pies, tarts, and savory pastries, such as calzones, empanadas, pizzas, and spanakopita.


I'm very tempted to get it...but I have so many other books already that need to be read!
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Looks good. Had I not just ordered five other cookbooks I'd be tempted.

I see there are used copies starting at less than five bucks. Hmmmmmmm.....
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Originally posted by Brook Brook wrote:

see there are used copies starting at less than five bucks. Hmmmmmmm.....


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