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April 16, 2015

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kathryn elliott

Far out that sounds good. Love all those spices and the big whack of garlic. Isn't the description "salad" interesting, my Anglo-Australian brain is blocking that word at the moment.

I shall save this for when we potatoes re-start in our veg box. Love a good mash.

Elizabeth

This sounds wonderful. Claudia Roden is one of my cooking godesses.

lucy

k: i shall never forget a lebanese friend telling me about babaganoush, but calling it eggplant salad and me going, "but wait, how, what???". you will love this.

e: oh yes, me too. she's a wonderful writer and collector of ideas and recipes. i like this book even more than the middle eastern one from the late '60's.

Jan

This sounds wonderful -- I love this kind of eating. Thank you, also, for the heads-up of "The Book of Jewish Food"! I'm planning my contribution to a friend's Passover feast for next year already and this will help a lot. :)

Just to say -- I always open your email updates last. Kinda like desert. I enjoy every one.

lucy

hi, j: you're in for a treat with this one! so many great ideas, so many beautiful and inexpensive things to cook. no cheffy nonsense, just interesting and holiday-friendly food. xx

leaf (the indolent cook)

Sounds simple and delicious! Would have loved to see the final dish but I guess I can just imagine it in my mind. ;)

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