This is another post from The Cookbook Guru’s feature cookbook for this month, Saha, by Greg and Lucy Malouf. Before this month, I had made several recipes from Saha and have now tried seven more. I love trying recipes from my cookbooks and I love the fact that The Cookbook Guru encourages me to do so.
One recipe from Saha I haven’t had time to make this month but is one of my favourites is Hummus with spiced marinated lamb and pine nuts. It is to die for. If you have Saha, I highly recommend that recipe to you. Continue reading
As you all know by now, The Cook Book Guru this month is featuring Saha by Greg and Lucy Malouf. At the beginning of the month, I went through and tagged a number of recipes, including this one. Continue reading
This month, The Cookbook Guru is featuring Saha by Greg and Lucy Malouf. One great thing about trying out recipes for the Cookbook Guru is you get to do a post even when the recipe is a dud. Normally, if a recipe is a dud, I write next to it, “Once is enough” and move on. But the Cookbook Guru wants us to critique recipes in the featured cookbook.
This month, The Cook Book Guru is featuring Saha by Greg and Lucy Malouf. Saha was published in 2005. It was my first truly magnificent cookbook. It is a travelogue- cum-cookbook of Lebanon and Syria, with wonderful glossy photos. I remember receiving it as a gift and just loving it. I treated it with great reverence for a long time, gently turning over the pages so as not to mar it. Since my trip to Lebanon, I have revisited the book many times, marvelling at the fact that I have been to a number of the places mentioned. Continue reading