Tag Archive: Bookclub

Barazek Sesame Pistachio Biscuits

Originally posted on Sharing The Food We Love:
I’m an unashamed fan of sesame seeds and am always on the lookout for interesting recipes that use them as a key ingredient.  Browsing through…

The Cookbook Guru for October: Saha by Greg and Lucy Malouf

October has us heading back over the Mediterranean waters towards the middle east for the flavour palate that we have dipped into so much this year with Greg and Lucy Malouf’s Saha.  This… Continue reading

Catching Up on Nominations from August’s The Cookbook Guru

In August The Cookbook Guru group went with something a little different.  Instead of us all cooking from the same book for the month everyone was asked to cook from one (or more)… Continue reading

The Cookbook Guru for July: Neil Perry’s The Food I Love

Neil Perry is an icon in the Australian food scene. In an era when chefs worked in kitchens, not in front of TV camera’s he was possibly one of the first I am familiar with to… Continue reading

Chicken Croquettes

Originally posted on Passion Fruit Garden:
‘ Today’s recipe is another from this month’s feature cookbook by The Cook Book Guru, The Book of Household Management by Mrs Isabella Beeton. The recipe is actually called ‘fowl…

Mrs Beeton’s Book of Household Management or Mrs Beeton’s Everyday Cookery

After spending some time exploring the roots of Middle Eastern and Asian cookery I thought it might be fun to turn ourselves to England for a bit.  Not overly known for its food… Continue reading

Spanakopitta

Originally posted on Passion Fruit Garden:
This month, The Cook Book Guru is featuring Claudia Roden’s A New Book of Middle Eastern Food.  I have already posted two recipes from this cookbook, Moroccan Tagine…

“The New Book of Middle Eastern Food” – Rose Scented Rice Pudding

Forget all the bad things you know and think about rice pudding and enliven your senses with this luscious and fragrant rose scented rice pudding from lady red specs. Leah

Kisir: Peppery Bulgur Salad

Originally posted on ALMOST ITALIAN:
In Melbourne, Brunswick is the home of Middle Eastern food, with numerous Lebanese and Turkish restaurants lining the northern end of Sydney Road. Along with Persian sweet shops,…

Tarama

Originally posted on An Evolving Life:
One of the foods I associate most with Greek Lent is taramasalata, a cod’s roe dip. Taramasalata traditionally features on the table for “Clean Monday” (Καθαρά Δευτέρα,…

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