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.
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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 →