Mediterranean Street FoodBook - 2002
Celebrates the foods of Mediterranean street vendors and simple shopkeepers, offering recipes for soups, salads, snacks, sandwiches, breads, one-pot meals, desserts and sweets, barbecues, and drinks.
Who can resist a chickpea fritter in Nice, a kebab in Athens, an aniseed cookie in Tuscany, hummus in Tel Aviv, stuffed zucchini in Genoa, or a potato omelet in Spain? Cold or hot, sweet or savory, street food is everyone's temptation.
Anissa Helou loves street food. When she travels, she stops at every tea cart, sandwich stand, and candy stall to trade stories with local vendors and learn the recipes that tempt the crowds. Join her on a fascinating adventure around the Mediterranean, where eating on the street is a way of life. Learn the secret ingredients to the perfect Stuffed Mussels sold on the streets of Istanbul. Come along to a Berber woman's Moroccan Bread stall in Marrakech. Buy a sweet, sticky Semolina Cake from a cart in Cairo. From simple salads to fragrant barbecues to irresistible dips and drinks, each dish can be enjoyed on its own, or two or three may be combined to make a meal. With lively black-and-white photographs from Anissa's travels and more than eighty-five fast, flexible, flavorful recipes, Mediterranean Street Food offers home cooks the chance to experience the tastes of distant lands without leaving the kitchen.
Celebrates the foods of Mediterranean street vendors and simple shopkeepers, offering a host of recipes for soups, salads, snacks, sandwiches, breads, one-pot meals, desserts and sweets, barbecues, and drinks, including such fare as Spanish tortilla, Italian panini, Moroccan tagines, Turkish kebabs, Egyptian ful medammes, and French pan bagnat.