Ottolenghi: The Cookbook - Sami Tamimi Reviews
Description:ISBN 0091922348 / Author: Sami Tamimi, Yotam Ottolenghi / Hardcover / 304 Pages / Book is published 2008-05-01 by Ebury Press
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by - written on 26/07/09 (Very useful, 438 readings)
INTRODUCTION This is without a doubt the best cookbook I have ever read. I'm afraid this will be rather a long review because I am so passionate about this book I would really like to explain it in the best detail I can. I have made headings so feel free to only read the ones that interest you (for example the first few sections will probably only be of interest to you if you are trying to decide whether or not to buy the book). OTTOLENGHI Mixing styles of cooking and ingredients from all over the world this is not any one 'type' of cuisine. Ottolenghi is perhaps best known for its infamous pastries and meringues that are so proudly displayed in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
This is a great book based on the recipes you see in the window of their wonderfully enticing restaurant in Islington. Ottolenghi the cookbook is a really well designed book with stunning photography, I bought the book for a specific reason which I will come to later, but I have been suprised by the quality of the food i've created from the recipes. With 304 pages the book is thinner than many others and there is a 20 page pre cursor introducing the restaurants concept and the chefs themselves. This is followed by a section for starters, a section for salads which are an Ottolenghi speciality, then main courses, breads and ... Read the complete review
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