Palestine On A Plate

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Palestine On A Plate

Author : Joudie Kalla
ISBN : 9780711245297
Genre : Cooking
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Winner 'Best Arab Cuisine Book' - Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2016. Palestinian food is not just found on the streets with the ka’ak (sesame bread) sellers and stalls selling za’atar chicken and mana’eesh (za’atar sesame bread), but in the home too; in the kitchens all across the country, where families cook and eat together every day, in a way that generations before them have always done. Palestine on a Plate is a tribute to family, cooking and home, made with the ingredients that Joudie’s mother and grandmother use, and their grandmothers used before them. – old recipes created with love that bring people together in appreciation of the beauty of this rich heritage. Immerse yourself in the stories and culture and experience the wonderful flavours of Palestine through the food in this book.
Category: Cooking

Baladi

Author : Joudie Kalla
ISBN : 9781911127864
Genre : Cooking
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Following on from her bestselling Palestine on a Plate, Joudie Kalla introduces readers to even more of the Middle East’s best kept secret – Palestinian cuisine. ‘Baladi’ means ‘my home, land and country’ in Farsi and Joudie once again pays homage to her homeland of Palestine by showcasing the wide-ranging, vibrant and truly delicious dishes of this country. Baladi features recipes that are broadly categorized according to the part of the country that they primarily hail from, such as the land, the sea and the forest. Experience the wonderful flavours of Palestine through daoud basha (lamb meatballs cooked in a tamarind and tomato sauce served with caramelised onions and vermicelli rice), fatayer sabanekh (spinach, sumac and onion patties), samak Makli (fried fish selection with courgette mint and yogurt dip), halawet il smeed (buttery semolina and orange blossom dessert), and many more sensational recipes. Dishes are designed to go together and Joudie explains how to approach matching recipes together for a meal, although at the end of the day she takes an entirely flexible approach – choose what you fancy and create your own tasty combinations!
Category: Cooking

Palestine On A Plate

Author : Joudie Kalla
ISBN : 9780711245280
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Winner 'Best Arab Cuisine Book' - Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2016. Palestinian food is not just found on the streets with the ka'ak (sesame bread) sellers and stalls selling za'atar chicken and mana'eesh (za'atar sesame bread), but in the home too; in the kitchens all across the country, where families cook and eat together every day, in a way that generations before them have always done. Palestine on a Plate is a tribute to family, cooking and home, made with the ingredients that Joudie's mother and grandmother use, and their grandmothers used before them. - old recipes created with love that bring people together in appreciation of the beauty of this rich heritage. Immerse yourself in the stories and culture and experience the wonderful flavours of Palestine through the food in this book.
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The Palestinians

Author : Rosemary Sayigh
ISBN : 9781848137479
Genre : History
File Size : 71.1 MB
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As the Israel-Palestine conflict rages on, it is more important now than ever to understand the history of the Palestinian people. Rosemary Sayigh's The Palestinians is a classic of radical history. Through extensive interviews with Palestinians in refugee camps, she provides a deeply-moving, grassroots story of how the Palestinians came to be who they are today. In their own voices, Palestinians tell stories of the Nabka and their flight from their homeland. Sayigh's powerful account of Palestinians' economic marginalisation the social and psychological effects of being uprooted and the political oppression which they have faced continues to resonate today. Reissued with an extensive new foreword by Noam Chomsky, which brings the story that Sayigh tells up-to-date in the context of the Hamas victory and the war in Lebanon, this book is both a fascinating historical document and an essential insight into the situation in the contemporary Middle East.
Category: History

Spice Odyssey

Author : Cariema Isaacs
ISBN : 9781432309954
Genre : Cooking
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From the author and chef of Cooking for my father in My Cape Malay Kitchen, comes a cookbook that chronicles her adulation and reverence for spices. Cariema Isaacs’s affinity for spices emanates from her Cape Malay heritage and time spent cooking and baking in her grandmother’s kitchen in Bo-Kaap, the Cape Malay Quarter in Cape Town. Thus, at a very early age she understood the tastes derived from cumin and coriander, the pungency of fennel, cloves and star anise, and the piquancy of chilli powder, cayenne pepper and masala blends. Spice Odyssey showcases a multitude of beautifully written recipes with some familiar spices from her Cape Malay heritage and fresh aromatics from her travels to India, Turkey, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and the Middle East.
Category: Cooking

Sumac

Author : Anas Atassi
ISBN : 9781761061707
Genre : Cooking
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'With this book, I hope to build a bridge between Syrian culture and the rest of the world, with food as common denominator. But even more, I hope that Sumac will present a positive image of my country, in spite of all of the unfortunate events now taking place in Syria.' - Anas Atassi Sumac is a deep red spice that adds a vibrant lift to all kinds of food, and is a prized ingredient in both traditional and contemporary Syrian cuisine. This book includes over 80 recipes inspired by Anas Atassi's family recipes and travels, as well as the stories, celebrations and memories of loved ones in Syria that inspired the recipes. It includes the wonderful Friday breakfasts he'd eat in his grandmother's garden, his mother's sfeeha, along with the falafel he now loves to make for his friends, along with many other mezze, salads, meats, vegetables, and desserts. Sumac is an evocative and inspiring food journey that offers a glimpse into Syrian food culture's deep historical roots, which through millennia of cultural traditions and neighbouring influences have been shared and shaped to perfection.
Category: Cooking

Palestine Israel In The Print News Media

Author : Luke Peterson
ISBN : 9781317670360
Genre : Political Science
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Israel-Palestine in the Print News Media: Contending Discourses is concerned with conceptions of language, knowledge, and thought about political conflict in the Middle East in two national news media communities: the United States and the United Kingdom. Arguing for the existence of national perspectives which are constructed, distributed, and reinforced in the print news media, this study provides a detailed linguistic analysis of print news media coverage of four recent events in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict in order to examine ideological patterns present in print news media coverage. The two news communities are compared for lexical choices in news stories about the conflict, attribution of agency in the discussion of conflict events, the inclusion or exclusion of historical context in explanations of the conflict, and reliance upon essentialist elements during and within print representations of Palestine-Israel. The book also devotes space to first-hand testimony from journalists with extensive experience covering the conflict from within both news media institutions. Unifying various avenues of academic enquiry reflecting upon the acquisition of information and the development of knowledge, this book will be of interest to those seeking a new approach to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
Category: Political Science

The Pillars Of Solomon

Author : Jon Land
ISBN : 9781429957724
Genre : Fiction
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Ben Kamal hasn't investigated a case since his last assignment with Danielle. But missing children in his native West Bank rekindle his interest in his career, reminding him of his own lost children. Danielle Barnea had put her career on hold as well, until a personal tragedy left her with nothing else to turn to. Her first case is the apparently random murder of a Jerusalem shopkeeper who was also one of Israel's earliest war heroes. What Ben and Danielle don't know, can't know, is that their separate investigations are linked by a secret born of the blood that forged a nation. As decades of white slavery around the world bear their bitter friut, the secret has the power to topple governments and explode the Middle East into a maelstrom of chaos and destruction. To stop history from being rewritten, Ben and Danielle must follow a dangerous path to a truth that no one wants revealed and that someone has already killed to keep hidden behind the Pillars of Solomon. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
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Sightseeing

Author : Edwin M. Woods
ISBN : 0595628206
Genre : Travel
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Travel on six contnents and numerous places on the planet. Travel covers trips from 2005 to 2008 and tells of people, places and cultures through the author's eyes. It will take you on adventures that few people experience. You will be next to glaciers and icebergs and penguins of Antarctica and in the palaces of Russian Tsars. You will travel on the Nile, and cruise the Amazon Rivers. You will experience the depths of the Amazon rainforest on an eco-tour. You will go inside a hut in a Zambian village, to Victoria Falls, and sunset on the Zambezi River. It visits Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Jericho,and other biblical cities. The author travels to the Taj Mahal in India, the bathing ghats of Varanasi and to Katmandu and takes an aerial view of Mount Everest. In turkey you will experience the countryside and see the rock formations and underground city in Cappadocia and you will visit Ephesus and Istanbul. You will be taken on an illusive quest to see the fall colors of New England, USA.
Category: Travel

Resistance Repression And Gender Politics In Occupied Palestine And Jordan

Author : Frances S. Hasso
ISBN : 9781684450237
Genre : History
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This book focuses on the central party apparatus of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP), the Democratic Front (DF) branches established in the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Jordan in the 1970s, and the most influential and innovative of the DF women's organizations: the Palestinian Federation of Women's Action Committees in the occupied territories. Until now, no study of a Palestinian political organization has so thoroughly engaged with internal gender histories. In addition, no other work attempts to systematically compare branches in different regional locations to explain those differences. Students of gender and Middle East studies, especially those with a specialty in Palestinian studies, will find this work to be of critical importance. This book will also be of great interest to those working on political protest movements and factional ties.
Category: History

Seeking Palestine

Author : Penny (ed.) Johnson
ISBN : 9781623710415
Genre : History
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How do Palestinians live, imagine and reflect on home and exile in this period of a stateless and transitory Palestine and a sharp escalation in Israeli state violence and accompanying Palestinian oppression? How can exile and home be written? In this volume of new writing, fifteen innovative and outstanding Palestinian writers—essayists, poets, novelists, critics, artists and memoirists—respond with their reflections, experiences, memories and polemics. Their contributions—poignant, humorous, intimate, reflective, intensely political—make for an offering that is remarkable for the candor and grace with which it explores the many individual and collective experiences of waiting, living for, and seeking Palestine. Contributors include: Lila Abu-Lughod, Susan Abulhawa, Suad Amiry, Rana Barakat, Mourid Barghouti, Beshara Doumani, Sharif S. Elmusa, Rema Hammami, Mischa Hiller, Emily Jacir, Penny Johnson, Fady Joudah, Jean Said Makdisi, Karma Nabulsi, Raeda Sa’adeh, Raja Shehadeh, Adania Shibli.
Category: History

The Athenaeum

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ISBN : WISC:89013032313
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The Cambridge History Of Judaism Volume 2 The Hellenistic Age

Author : W. D. Davies
ISBN : 0521219299
Genre : Religion
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Vol. 4 covers the late Roman period to the rise of Islam. Focuses especially on the growth and development of rabbinic Judaism and of the major classical rabbinic sources such as the Mishnah, Jerusalem Talmud, Babylonian Talmud and various Midrashic collections.
Category: Religion