Summers Under the Tamarind Tree
A contemporary Pakistani cookbook celebrating the varied, exciting and often-overlooked cuisine of a beautiful country. In it, former City lawyer turned food writer and cookery teacher Sumayya Usmani captures the rich and aromatic pleasure of Pakistani cooking through more than 100 recipes. she also celebrates the heritage and traditions of her home country and looks back on a happy childhood spent in the kitchen with her grandmother and mother.
Included as a Best Cookbook of 2015 by Powell's Books
Why wait for a trip to your favorite Ethiopian restaurant? Import the delicious flavors of Ethiopia right to your own kitchen! Kittee Berns explains this cuisine through easy to follow recipes, so you can savor authentic Ethiopian food without ever leaving home. Discover how to source and use the tantalizing seasonings and savory ingredients that are the foundation of these unique dishes.
Easy TagineAn irresistible collection of aromatic recipes for classic Moroccan tagine along with couscous dishes, salads, side dishes, and sweet things. From traditional lamb tagines like lamb tagine with dates, almonds and pistachios to sweet and savoury creations such as duck tagine with pears and cinnamon, from the spicy carrot and chickpea tagine with turmeric to the velvety sweet yogurt and pistachio cake, you are sure to find something to whet your appetite.
Joon: Persian Cooking Made Simple
In Joon, master chef Najmieh Batmanglij distills one of the world's oldest and most influential cuisines to capture its unique flavors in recipes adapted to suit our busy lives. Najmieh's fans have been making meals from her Food of Life for more than 30 years. For Joon she has simplified 75 of her favorite dishes and shows how, with the right ingredients and a few basic tools and techniques, authentic Persian food can easily be prepared at home.
We hope these books inspire you to try something new, get out of your comfort zone, or simply bring some spice to your life. Come in and try them out. Look at their breath-taking photos, pick a nationality or go for something that is simply halal (for those of you non-Muslims out there, that is the Muslim equivalent of Jewish kosher, but much, much simpler to follow). Either way, you are in for a treat.