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[ John Gregory Smith] ↠´ Orange Blossom & Honey: Magical Moroccan Recipes from the Souks to the Sahara [bizarro-fiction PDF] Ebook Epub Download Þ I very rarely write reviews, but felt I had to for this book It s just great Having made only a few dishes so far it s already firmly at the top of the pile of cook books in my kitchen Really easy to follow recipes and so far all absolutely mouth wateringly delicious I already have the author s other books Mighty Spice and Mighty Spice Express so I knew this book was going to be a winner I ve not been disappointed.
Loved this cookbook, although must say I am a fan of North African cooking altogether The author gives an introduction to each section with interesting detail on lifestyle and social customs, which was very good The actual recipes are mouth watering, and he has adapted some recipes to make them easier for European cooks, where ingredients used were found in a local area and not in all regions Highly recommend this book, both recipes, commentary and photos.
This is an absolutely super book with the authors personal narrative and insights into the history and culture of morocco, recipes With fabulous rich images throughout this book is a must for anyone who wants to go beyond a Kefta Kebab,nam bread, salad and Mint Chilli sauce and produce truly memorable meals for their friends and family Would be popular with students, and Girl night in folks instead of ordering in Chinese Indian Pizza take away sample the dishes in this book, it will probably workout better economically.
This is a great book , we started with the recipes that were in the times on the Saturday , Sunday evening ordered this book every 2 3 days since Having not known of Gregory smith before all l can say is thank you great book prompted us to clear out all those old jars of spices replace with fresh and get some extra dried beans to make the most of the flavours.
I very rarely write reviews, but felt I had to for this book It s just great Having made only a few dishes so far it s already firmly at the top of the pile of cook books in my kitchen Really easy to follow recipes and so far all absolutely mouth wateringly delicious I already have the author s other books Mighty Spice and Mighty Spice Express so I knew this book was going to be a winner I ve not been disappointed.
Loved this cookbook, although must say I am a fan of North African cooking altogether The author gives an introduction to each section with interesting detail on lifestyle and social customs, which was very good The actual recipes are mouth watering, and he has adapted some recipes to make them easier for European cooks, where ingredients used were found in a local area and not in all regions Highly recommend this book, both recipes, commentary and photos.
This is an absolutely super book with the authors personal narrative and insights into the history and culture of morocco, recipes With fabulous rich images throughout this book is a must for anyone who wants to go beyond a Kefta Kebab,nam bread, salad and Mint Chilli sauce and produce truly memorable meals for their friends and family Would be popular with students, and Girl night in folks instead of ordering in Chinese Indian Pizza take away sample the dishes in this book, it will probably workout better economically.
This is a great book , we started with the recipes that were in the times on the Saturday , Sunday evening ordered this book every 2 3 days since Having not known of Gregory smith before all l can say is thank you great book prompted us to clear out all those old jars of spices replace with fresh and get some extra dried beans to make the most of the flavours.
Orange Blossom forest mushrooms and zaalouk with crispy halloumi All three dishes were simple to make and absolutely delicious.
Lovely book and purchased on the strength of an interview the author did on BBC Radio London with Jo Good He had taken some orange water or some such biscuits in to the studio with him and they sounded fab as did the recipes discussed and the story behind them However, I think I m right in saying the biscuits didn t appear in the book which is mightily disappointing But nonetheless it s a great book.
Orange Blossom Honey takes you on a culinary journey across Morocco, from the souks of Marrakesh, through the Sahara, and onto the wind swept shores of the Atlantic In researching this book, John travelled into the heart of the High Atlas Mountains to learn the secrets of traditional lamb barbecue, then journeyed north, through the city of Fes, where the rich dishes of the Imperial Courts are still prepared in many homes From here he continued on to the Rif Mountains, where rustic recipes are made with the freshest seasonal produce.
From Moroccan style paella, cooked in the painted town of Chefchaouen, to stuffed Berber breads baked in the hot desert sands, John has discovered the real food of the country, learning from the locals to reveal littleknown dishes, which he then gives his modern twist The chapters include Street food, Salads Vegetables, Meat Poultry, Seafood, Tagines and Desserts, plus there is a section of spice mixes and marinades from chermoula to harissa With mouthwatering recipes, breathtaking location photography, and John s infectious enthusiasm, this is an essential addition to every cook s collection The vibrant photographs and stories with each recipe capture the way of life in the remote villages, deserts, and mountains, making this a beautiful coffee table book as well as a cookbook Must try recipe Chermoula spiced chicken BBC A book of excellent authentic Moroccan recipes withe plenty to choose from We cooked every night for a fortnight using this book alone and had superb results with wonderful flavours.
So excited to have John Gregory Smiths 4th book at last We are huge fans of his Mighty Spice books and couldn t wait for this to be delivered As always the recipes are delicious and so easy to follow and the photography, along with his wonderfully written travel tales from Morocco make this his best book yet Lamb shanks on page 94 for all the family tonight can t wait Well done John

Lovely book and purchased on the strength of an interview the author did on BBC Radio London with Jo Good He had taken some orange water or some such biscuits in to the studio with him and they sounded fab as did the recipes discussed and the story behind them However, I think I m right in saying the biscuits didn t appear in the book which is mightily disappointing But nonetheless it s a great book.
Orange Blossom forest mushrooms and zaalouk with crispy halloumi All three dishes were simple to make and absolutely delicious.
A book of excellent authentic Moroccan recipes withe plenty to choose from We cooked every night for a fortnight using this book alone and had superb results with wonderful flavours.
So excited to have John Gregory Smiths 4th book at last We are huge fans of his Mighty Spice books and couldn t wait for this to be delivered As always the recipes are delicious and so easy to follow and the photography, along with his wonderfully written travel tales from Morocco make this his best book yet Lamb shanks on page 94 for all the family tonight can t wait Well done John