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A collection of 120 recipes exploring the flavors of Jerusalem from the New York Times bestselling author of Plenty one of the most lauded cookbooks of 2011In  Jerusalem Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi explore  the vibrant cuisine of their home city with i. ongoing review 11 recipes made to date I have a purely personal purely artificial rule that it takes at least 10 recipes to say one has read a cookbook Corollary rule any cookbook not worth making 10 recipes from has no place on your bookshelf The Recipes ongoing 1 Falafel ta amia for my Egyptian friends 122212 My husband is a falafel guru and I was anticipating comments about how they aren t like Mahmouds in ueens weren t crunchy enough yadda yadda Nope They were perfection2 Zhoug 122212 Love this easy to make condiment Reminds me in some ways of chimichurri I think it needed a couple chiles The authors anticipated this saying It should also be very hot so use chiles if yours aren t3 Tahini sauce 122212 Perfect4 Spiced chickpeas 12013 fresh vegetable salad 122212 I made the two parts to this dish on separate dates The veggie salad is easy to make and bursting with freshness The dressing has serious lemony attitude The spiced chickpeas are okay kinda weird I thought they d come out crunchy but they didn t A bit too much allspice if you ask me More of a nibbler item than a side dishUpdate the spiced chickpeas are excellent with a daub of tahini sauceimage error

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Ts diverse Muslim Jewish and Christian communities Both men were born in Jerusalem in the same year Tamimi on the Arab east side and Ottolenghi in the Jewish west This stunning cookbook offers 120 recipes from their uniue cross cultural perspective from inven. This book is magnificent Jerusalem collects the recipes of Jewish Israeli Jerusalem and those of MuslimChristian Arab IsraeliPalestinian Jerusalem One chef is Jewish the other Palestinian The lines blur a fact the writers acknowledge Few of these dishes have a permanent home Many have origins far away Some the most famous falafel hummus belong originally to neither side By now they belong to both Much important is that the diverse ethnic backgrounds of both Jewish and Arab Israelis make the food real interesting Some of the Palestinian dishes are pure Mediterrranea Others clearly would ve come to Palestine with migrant Arab peasants and are reminiscent of food found in Ira for example than Mediterranean food in general On the Jewish side some dishes here come from Ashkenazi origin combining European and Jewish traditions with kashrut reuirements Some dishes come from Central Asian Jewish origin like the simple rice and chicken dish that is one of the highlights of the book Some others come from Mizrahi Jewish origin reflecting a pre Israel combination of Arab and Jewish traditions Still others perhaps some of the best are of Sephardic Jewish origin and taste of Southern Europe and North Africa If this were Chopped the Palestinians would win the dessert round easily And they shouldn t Fucking fenugreek semolina cake helbeh has no goddamn right being any good But it is So so good I know this food I ve eaten a lot of this sorta stuff and it s rarely been as delicious as it is with these recipes as a foundation In a world where it s difficult finding serious food from thisthese cuisines not that there s anything wrong with shawarma that s gotta be one of the most perfect creations known to humanity this book is a godsend And it s kinda necessary Before this came out this sort of food was woefully underexposed It still is But why Politics Racism and anti semitism combined Alright that is admittedly a bit of a tinfoil hat thing to say But it s seriously hard to figure out This is not just good food It s accessible It s easy to make and it s fucking delicious It s not especially demanding like Japanese food or certain sorts of French cooking or whatever this molecular gastronomy thing people are doing are I love Japanese food Everyone does But the average person will never do what the chefs in Japan do and can never do it In North America just finding the ingredients is a huge impediment And it s not challenging to the North American palate like a lot of actual European East Asian and Southeast Asian food is I am not referring to steak frites and green curry here So really I m not a cookbook guy so I don t really know how to judge this relative to other cookbooks I don t have a pile of them I don t consult them very often except to check that I m not fucking shit up when trying to make something new to me But I know that these recipes are authentic and inventive and purely fucking excellentThis is probably the first cookbook I ve read all the way through and made many of the recipes found within It won t be the last because I m beginning to understand the economic stupidity of eating out as often as I do

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Tive vegetable dishes to sweet rich desserts With five bustling restaurants in London and two stellar cookbooks Ottolenghi is one of the most respected chefs in the world; in Jerusalem he and Tamimi have collaborated to produce their most personal cookbook ye. Another fantastic Ottolenghi book made even better by the poignant stories he and Sami Tamimi share about growing up in different communities in the same city The recipes I ve tried so far have all been great This is than just a cookbook It s social anthropology at its best


10 thoughts on “Jerusalem

  1. says:

    ongoing review 11 recipes made to date I have a purely personal purely artificial rule that it takes at least 10 recipes to say one has read a cookbook Corollary rule any cookbook not worth making 10 recipes from

  2. says:

    One Israeli Breaking Breads A New World of Israeli Baking and one Palestinian Palestine on a Plate Memories From My Mother's Kitchen cookbook read now one by an Israeli and a Palestinian Both were born in Jerusalem in the sa

  3. says:

    When this book arrived in the post this morning I had this incredible sense of anticipation I opened the book was entranced by the photos the history of the region and the recipes themselves I'm lost for choice in deciding which one to choose I love cooking and I had never heard of this individual before until I read an article by Theresa May our new PM on how she much preferred him to Delia Smith

  4. says:

    This is another amazing cookbook from the founders of the Ottolenghi chain of restaurants in London Yotam Ottolenghi is an Israeli Jew of Italian and German heritage Sami Tamimi is an Israeli Arab They were both born and

  5. says:

    I just received this magnificent book as a birthday present and I'm loving every single page of it These are the foods I lived on during my year in Israel As I read along I'm tasting every dish on the tip of my tongue So far I've made the Israeli salad the shakshuka and the chicken with caramelized onions and cardamom rice and they're all so good that I want to compose a psalm about themThere are lots of Middle

  6. says:

    This book is magnificent Jerusalem collects the recipes of Jewish Israeli Jerusalem and those of MuslimChristian Arab IsraeliPalestinian Jerusalem One chef is Jewish the other Palestinian The lines blur a fact the writers acknowledge Few of t

  7. says:

    I would have purchased this book based on the cover alone I am completely smitten with baked eggs but after seeing so many recipes f

  8. says:

    This is the kind of cookbook I could reach for again and again There is plenty to read in relation to the food environment and culture as well as ample recipes that I can use on a weekly basis In fact some of the recipes were already familiar to me and show up on the dinner table freuently such as Butternut Pumpkin Haloumi Pine Nut 'hot salad' type recipesLiving in a hot climate myself I found the fresh food

  9. says:

    Another fantastic Ottolenghi book made even better by the poignant stories he and Sami Tamimi share about growing up in different communities in the same city The recipes I've tried so far have all been great This is than just a cookbook It's social anthropology at its best

  10. says:

    I cook a lot and this book is a perfect example of why I still buy cookbooks while everything is within googling range Beautiful pictures engaging short stories amazing recipes combining Jewish and Arabic traditions so you can see and almost feel the East European Tunisian German Morroccan tastes mix Also most recipes ada

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