A selection of authentic Moroccan recipes is found inside this small cookbook with some big, tasty dishes. Enjoy, The Moroccan Cookbook by Irene Day.
Format: Softcover, 155 pages.
Publisher: The Putnam Publishing Group
Author: Irene F. Day
Description: The Moroccan Cookbook is for people with an inquisitive palate; for adventurous cooks who want to expand their culinary repertoire; and for the thousands of tourists who visit Morocco and return with delicious memories of steaming couscous, delicate bastela (pigeon pie) and gazelle's horns (almond-filled pastry).
Even amateur chefs will enjoy using this clear, simple collection of recipes to make all the classic Moroccan dishes. No special pots or utensils are necessary for the creation of any of these fine dishes such as ulk'tban (shish kabob), frackh (baked beans), honey roast lamb, or hareera (a rich, thick soup).
In addition, two charming portraits -- one of the land and people of Morocco, the other of a master Moroccan cook -- create just the right inspiration for sampling this fine, accurate collection of Moroccan cooking.
Condition: The covers have some small spots and corner wear to the covers, including some worn material and creases. Overall, average condition.