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Foods of the World: Middle Eastern Cooking

Some 40 years before Ottolenghi’s Jerusalem,
Time-Life Books introduced American home cooks to the wonders of Middle Eastern cuisine with its Middle Eastern Cooking – Foods Of The World… 222 more words

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A Visit to Ottolenghi in London

Yotam Ottolenghi’s 2010 vegetable-forward cookbook “Plenty” was one of the most talked about releases in past few years, making vegetarian cuisine beautiful and exciting. Now, with the release of the follow-up cookbook, “ 400 more words

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Plenty More Ottolenghi: Cauliflower Cake

The Haute List is a big fan of Yotam Ottolenghi. We often frequent his eponymous restaurants in Notting Hill & Islington for yummy middle-eastern inspired salads and gorgeous baked treats. 446 more words

HAUTE FOOD

Nopi

A long overdue visit to Yotam Ottolenghi’s restaurant Nopi. If you want a fresh, exciting combination of Mediterranean fusion flavours, this is your place. 193 more words

Food

Roast chicken with saffron, hazelnuts and honey.

On Francesca’s (Almost Italian) advice, I went to Big W and bought a couple of Yotam Ottolenghi’s cookbooks.  They were a bargain (on Australian standards) at $34.00 each.    478 more words

What's For Dinner?

Plenty More veg at the Manor

Saturday January 17th 2015

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The food of Yotam Ottolenghi will be making a return to the Manor in the new year! To bring some much needed spice and zest, we’ll be cooking up some delicious vegetarian dishes to wake up the taste buds after a December of excess! 25 more words

Underground Dining

Giant Couscous, with Courgette, Broccoli, Herbs and Pea-shoots

This dish is based very loosely on another Ottolenghi dish from Plenty – in it he combines rocket, onions, couscous and herbs.  It struck me that it’s the perfect sort of dish to adapt based on what you love, or have available.   363 more words

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