Some international cookbooks stimulate appetites and others induce wanderlust-this survey of Moroccan cuisine does both. Food writer and photographer Jeff Koehler (Rice Pasta Couscous; La Paella) captures the complexity of his subject matter with the exacting detail of a scholar and the color and sensuality of a spice market.A brief historical overview is followed by regional guides that cover the country's diverse geographic territories, from the Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines to the Sahara desert. Setting the stage for modern cooks, he covers some suggested pantry items (argan oil; 12 different kinds of dates; the spice blend ras el hanout) and equipment (couscoussier; tagine). The more than 70 recipes reflect the variety of cultural traditions carried over from Arab (stuffed phyllo pastry), Berber (blistered flatbread), and Spanish inhabitants (mussels in tomato sauce). Emblematic dishes like tomato-based harira soup, chicken tagine with preserved lemon and olives, and seven-vegetable couscous are included alongside street eats like snails in broth and a contemporary update on lamb tagine featuring oranges, saffron, and candied orange peel.The sumptuous photographs complete the almost-like-being-there experience. - Publishers WeeklyVom Verlag:
In Moroccan Cuisine, author Jeff Koehler reveals the landscape and culinary history, the ingredients, and the dishes that define this intriguing and ancient nation. The 80 recipes here reflect Koehler's wide-ranging travels throughout the country, which led him to such diverse areas as the Rif Mountains, coastal Asilah, the date-filled oasis of Zagora and the culinary capitals of FEs and Marrakech. Illustrated throughout with 80 location photographs of Moroccan markets, people, and food.
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