Masters of Middle Eastern cooking and co-writers of Ottolenghi: The Cookbook
, Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi, return with a collection of recipes and anecdotes close to their hearts with Jerusalem.
Born on opposite sides of Jerusalem and eventually meeting when they both settled in London, Ottolenghi and Tamimi meditate on the richness of their cultures and reminisce about the flavours they lost upon emigrating. Jerusalem
, populated with vivid photographs that make the mouth water, is the result of their re-found passion for the cuisine of their hometown.
Whip up a dish of chermoula aubergine with bulgar and yoghurt, a scrumptious shakshuka, or a soul-warming mejadra. You’ll find syrup-soaked sweets, too – mutabbaq, semolina cakes and chocolate krantz cakes, to name but a few.
Beautifully designed with evocative photographs throughout, and an elegant fabric cover, you’ll never stop discovering exotic culinary treasures with Jerusalem
- Written by Yotam Ottolenghi.
- Hardcover - 320 pages.
- Includes a smorgasbord of vibrant recipes from Ottolenghi's home town of Jerusalem.
Glossy, full-colour photography throughout.
- Blue ribbon bookmark to ensure that you never lose your page.
- Includes full index.
Dimensions: 20cm (w) x 28cm (h) x 3cm (d).