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Abla’s Lebanese Kitchen brings together one hundred authentic Lebanese recipes that have been handed down from one generation to the next. It is a culinary journey on which your family and friends can experience all the colour, energy and tradition of this ancient Middle Eastern cuisine, with time-honoured dishes such as kibbee, tabouleh, vine leaves, kafta and Alba's famous chicken and rice – an aromatic meal of chicken flavoured with spices and almonds. First published in 2001 as The Lebanese Kitchen, this completely revised and updated edition is rich in detail, sumptuously photographed and beautifully designed. Abla’s Lebanese Kitchen is a treasure trove for anyone wanting to experience the joys of authentic Lebanese food at home.
The Moor's Head (named for the head of the arak still) has a simple menu of pizza, pide, salads and antipasti.''We're calling it inauthentic pizza - people will say it's not Turkish and it's not Lebanese but we're fitting them into an Italian format,'' Abboud says.Traditionally eaten as a breakfast or lunch snack in the Middle East, they have been bumped up in size.
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