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Yallateef! : a spirited celebration of modern Middle Eastern food

by Marwa Makool

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After 14 years of sharing her innovative and delicious recipes with you at Oasis Bakery, Marwa Makool, head chef and owner, has finally launched her first cookbook Yallateef! A beautiful collection of 85 delicious recipes with mouthwateringly vibrant photographs throughout accompanying every recipe. Marwa's cooking inspiration comes from her Lebanese background and her unapologetic love of ingredients. This visually stunning book is divided into five sections: - starters and soups - liquids and leaves - roots and grains - fish and flesh - sweets and sips With this hardcover bound book filled with 168 pages of mouth-watering goodness you will find something for everybody, yes, even vegetarians.… (more)

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