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Food of Morocco: Authentic Recipes from the North African Coast (Food of the World Cookbooks) by Fatema Hal
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Studio: Periplus Editions
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.2" Width: 8" Height: 0.7" Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Release Date May 15, 2002
Publisher Periplus Editions
ISBN 962593992X ISBN13 9789625939926
Availability 0 units.
More About Fatema Hal
Born and raised in Morocco before moving to Paris with her family. Hal hasa degree in Arab literature and is the author of one cookbook in French and numerous articles on food, culture, and women's rights. She is best known in Paris as the owner of Mansouria, the famous and highly successul Moroccan restaurant in the city's bastille district.
Reviews - What do customers think about Food of Morocco: Authentic Recipes from the North African Coast (Food of the World Cookbooks)?
Good first time cooking book Oct 25, 2007
This is a good book to start learning how to cook Moroccan food. Nice pictures to go along with the recipes. But if you are cooking for a Moroccan some of the recipes aren't what they are used to eating.
A bit limited Mar 28, 2007
If you love lamb, this is the cookbook for you. But if you are looking for more, and in particular if you are searching for side dishes or vegetarian recipes, you will be disappointed. Some of the recipes call for ingredients not readily found in the US.
Good recipes, but not well ordered Sep 26, 2005
If you love Moroccan food but have never made it, this is the book for you. The steps for preparation are easy to follow and the food is delicious. However, the recipes are not as well categorized as they should be. Recipes seem to follow a certain indexing, but once you flip through the pages they are all over the place. I want all my main dishes under main dishes ... not the case here.