“The Melting Pot; A Quick and Easy Blend of Israeli Cuisine”
It is easy to serve exotic Israeli meals when you follow the simple recipes in The Melting Pot. A cookbook designed for home chefs who hate to fuss yet want to make mealtime a savory experience, The Melting Pot appetizingly combines a simple cooking approach with some tasty Israeli dishes.
The Melting Pot Book cookbook is a collection of 36 Israeli recipes “quick and easy to prepare”, from falafel to Jaffa orange chicken, all made with ingredients easily obtainable anywhere in the world. An amusing introduction to Israeli eating habits and holidays. Each recipe is accompanied by a photograph and descriptive background to the dish.
What's new on the Israeli menu? There must be a satiating answer to this question.
As opposed to French, Italian or Chinese cuisine, Israeli cooking cannot be strictly defined aby specific condiments, flavors, or dishes. While Israel's geographic location has provided the country's victuals and a decided Middle Eastern orientation, socially Israel is a state whose population represents 80 countries from both East and West, meeting in the same melting pot. And while it's a nation not yet 50 years old, it boasts a two thousand year old culinary credo which began when the Jews were dispersed to the four corners of the earth.
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Authors: Tami Lehman-Wilzig & Miriam Blum
96 pages, Hardcover – Full Color Photos