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Have you ever been transported back in time by a single bite? 
More than a cookbook, The Girl From Tel Aviv is a love song to a city. 
Learn how to make the city's cult dishes yourself at home as author Limi Robinson reveals the recipes for Fasulya, Sami's Bourekas and Snow Ice Cream. Delight in the iconic dishes of the Middle East, Limi's personal favourites and her fresh twists on classic Jewish cuisine. 
It contains over 140 wide-ranging, clearly written, accessible recipes, including brilliant ideas for quick, tasty meals: Ejja, Pitta Pizza and Sweet Rice Cakes, as well as contemporary, easy-to-make versions of Middle Eastern classics such as Sabich, Green Falafel and Kadaif. 
Discover the legendary Kindergarten Fishballs. Indulge in decadent treats like Palooda, a refreshing drink scented with rose water, Smoky Aubergine Cheese Fritters and Peace Cake. Enjoy the wow-factor of impressive balabuste (domestic goddess) cooking, such as mouth-watering Lamb Buns or Iraqi Beetroot Kubeh Soup.
Interwoven throughout this unique recipe collection are Limi's humorous tales and touching memories of her childhood in Tel Aviv. 
Award-winning photographer Manos Chatzikonstantis's stunning photographs of Tel Aviv and London set an evocative, atmospheric context for the enticing recipes.

The Girl from Tel Aviv: Cookbook

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