Samaritan Cookbook
118 Pages
English

Samaritan Cookbook

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118 Pages
English

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The first-ever Samaritan Cookbook takes you on an adventure into this little-known world of Israelite food and drink. We journey to both halves of the community: in Holon, outside Tel Aviv, and Kiryat Luza, on Mount Gerizim near Nablus. Most people have heard the Parable of the Good Samaritan, but few realize that the community is once again going strong today, much less tasted or prepared any of their cuisine. Despite almost fading from the history books, the Samaritan way of life has survived 3,000 years in the Holy Land. From hummus and avocado sesame salad to lamb meatballs with pine nuts and chicken with za'atar, Samaritan cuisine is a unique blend of Mediterranean traditions, reflecting the flavors and spices of contemporary Arabic and ancient Levantine neighbors.

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Published 29 October 2020
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EAN13 9781725285903
Language English
Document size 62 MB

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S A M A R I TA N C O O K B O O K
By Benyamim Tsedaka
Recipes from Batia bat Yefet Tsedaka & Zippora Sassoni Tsedaka
Edited by Ben Piven & Avishay Zelmanovich
Academic consultant: Steven Fine
Photographer: Yadid Levi
Creative designer: Sharon Yarimi Stein
Graphic designer: Neda Djavaherian
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