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Ripe Figs: Recipes and Stories from the Eastern Mediterranean by Yasmin Khan

Food and travel writer Yasmin Khan travels through Greece, Turkey and Cyprus sharing vibrant recipes and powerful stories from a region that has long-stood as a meeting point between Europe and the Middle East. Featuring more than 80 delicious, easy-to-cook recipes that put vegetables centre stage.

'Food writing at its best, a moving and beautiful book' Nigella Lawson

Hardback, 304 pages
Size: 24.5 x 19cm
ISBN: 9781526609724

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SKU
BFIGS
Special Price £23.00 Regular Price £26.00
 

Illustrated with stunning food and location photography, Ripe Figs is a dazzling collection of recipes and stories that celebrate an ever-diversifying region and imagine a world without borders.

Travelling by boat and land, Yasmin Khan traces recipes that have spread from the time of Ottoman rule, to the influence of recent refugee communities. At the kitchen table, she explores what borders and identity mean in an interconnected world.

Featuring more than 80 delicious, easy-to-cook recipes that put vegetables centre stage and unite around thickets of dill and bunches of oregano, zesty citrus and sour pomegranates, sweet dates and soothing tahini. Dishes include tomato and za'atar salad, courgette and feta fritters, pumpkin and cardamom soup, and pomegranate and sumac chicken.

'Once again, Yasmin Khan invites her readers to the table for both the dishes she serves and the stories she tells' Yotam Ottolenghi

'An inspiring, joyous, celebration of food and migration. Beautifully written and delicious. I love this book' –  Padma Lakshmi,

'A book of hope, sunshine and good food, it also shines a light on the plight of refugees in this diverse region' –  BBC Good Food Magazine

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SKU BFIGS
ISBN 9781526609724
Manufacturer Bloomsbury Publishing Plc.
Values and causes Educational
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