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Flavours of Aleppo

Flavours of Aleppo: Celebrating Syrian Cuisine

Dalal Kade-Badra (Author)

Elie Badra (Author)

Nonfiction

Edition published in 2013 in English language

Aleppo is Syria's second largest city and one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Located at the crossroads of some of the world's great historic commercial routes linking Europe and Asia, Aleppo has developed a diverse cuisine that is considered to be one of the best in the Arab world.

Turkey, Greece, Armenia and the rest of the Levant influence Aleppian cuisine but it is its own seasonings and presentation that make Syrian food especially appealing. Flavours of Aleppo celebrates these seasonings and presentations through a heady mix of recipes and gorgeous photographs of the city.

Flavours of Aleppo includes versions of many classic Levantine dishes such as kabob, kibbeh (bulgar,...

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