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Honey & Co: At Home : Middle Eastern recipes from our kitchen
The book looks good. So far so good. Success: the flavours worked beautifully. You must be logged in to post a comment. Enter the email address associated with your account, and we'll send you a link to reset your password. If an account was found for this email address, we've emailed you instructions to reset your password.
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Share your post with your fan club! Sign up to discover your next favorite restaurant, recipe, or cookbook in the largest community of knowledgeable food enthusiasts. I promised in this month's baking thread to do a "cooking from" thread for one of my new favorite books. I've made a few things from it that I've instantly wanted to make again right after the last crumb has been consumed--something I wish I could say about more of my cookbooks! Lunch is a crisp, crumbly shell of pastry filled with spiced lamb or burnt aubergine, and at teatime there are cheesecakes and fruit cakes, small cakes and massive cookies - so many cakes that it's hard to choose one. There's no need to worry, whatever you choose will be great! After dinner there might be poached peaches with roses or something more traditional, sweet and salty Knafe drenched in orange blossom syrup, or maybe just a small piece of fresh marzipan.