Throughout the world, Persian cuisine has a reputation for being among the most colorful, flavorful, and healthy. In Recipes from My Persian Kitchen, author and cooking teacher Nasreen Z. Zereshki shares recipes gleaned from different regions of Iran, land of the thirteenth-century poet Rumi. Filled with a creative blend of recipes, advice, and cultural treasures Recipes from My Persian Kitchen offers a diverse collectionafrom Grandmotheras Spinach to Wishing Soup. Zereshki, who learned to cook from her mother, grandmothers, and aunts, describes how to combine herbs, spices, and textures in artistic ways that appeal to the senses. Her stories of Wheatsprout Puddingaprepared in groups of women dancing, singing, and praying together through the nightaprovide insight into both the Persian culture and the food. RThey talk, laugh, eat, and pray together, helping to make this laborintensive dish. Samanu is worth every minute of its preparation time. Ita#39;s considered a good omen if you find a nut in your serving. Make a wish! ai 1 pound whole wheat, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Recipes from My Persian Kitchen|
|Author||:||Nasreen Z. Zereshki|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2015-05-26|