Pomegranate Soup - Marsha Mehran Reviews
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by - written on 02/12/09 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I was first attracted to this book by the rich, food orientated cover. I love novels based on gastronomic adventures, and when I read the back cover I realised I had to have this book as it was also set in my homeland, Ireland. The premise of the book is that three beautiful sisters move to a small Irish town and decide to share there passion for cooking with the locals. They decide to open a bistro and serve the traditional Persian food they so love with the initially friendly and warm hearted townspeople. The premise of the book is familiar, but the writing style is almost luxurious in the descriptions of the food and situations, and makes even ... Read the complete review
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