After cooking this gorgeous recipe, I now understand why it was chosen for the cover of “Jerusalem: A Cookbook”. Dish described by my son as “transcendent”
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Tasting Jerusalem is cooking with barberries or zereshk in March. Barberries are tart and tangy, resembling miniature cranberries in form and texture. Join our virtual cooking community as we explore the flavors and ingredients of the Middle East through the lens of “Jerusalem: A Cookbook” by Ottolenghi and Tamimi.
Roasted Chicken w Clementines: A perfect example of the genius flavor combinations in Jerusalem: A Cookbook by Ottolenghi and Tamimi. A feast for the eyes and the mouth!
For February Tasting Jerusalem recipes, we’re thinking outside the chocolate box. Instead of chocolate truffles, head over to your local Middle Eastern grocery and grab some rose water and dried rose petals. Romance your sweetie with a bouquet on their plate using these aromatic ingredients in these sweet and savory dishes.
A tasty round-up of tempting Tasting Jerusalem posts, with visual highlights of the sights and virtual smells wafting from kitchens all over the continent!
Welcome to the first month of the virtual cooking community Tasting Jerusalem where we will explore Mid East cuisine thru the lens of “Jerusalem: A Cookbook” by Ottolenghi and Tamimi (Ten Speed Press)
Who says you can’t cook together when you are 300 miles apart? The Ventura County Star writes about our virtual cooking community Tasting Jerusalem.
Join me on new food adventures in 2013 including a virtual cooking group Tasting Jerusalem to explore Middle Eastern Cuisine via Jerusalem: A Cookbook (Twitter: #TastingJrslm)
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I’m Beth – a seasoned marketing professional, kitchen table storyteller, and enthusiastic food consumer. Hang out in my virtual kitchen and I promise to feed you recipes, stories, and lots of inspiration!