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Royal Dishes of Baghdad

A.J. Arberry (Translator)
Synopsis The banquets served at the royal courts of the Caliphs of Baghdad were proverbial for their variety and lavishness. It is therefore most regrettable that the manuals of guidance of these noble art of cooking which was written in the golden age of the Caliphate, none has survive. Most of the recipes that we knew about the composition and preparation of such famous dishes has come from the poetry that had been composed on that subject. The book is a comprehensive guide and reference to cooking.
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Malini Khanna - A collection of Kashmiri Cuisines Jan, 01, 1970

This Book is a compilation of all of the Author's favourite dishes, which have been tested, time and again. Some recipes are humdrum ones, some exotic. However, the common factor is that all the ingredients used are easily available not only in every corner of India but throughout the world. The recipes are authentic and have a flavour of their own. Since each family has its own style of cooking, it retains originality and you may find these dishes a little different from the more common ones!

Bibliographic information

Title Royal Dishes of Baghdad
Author A.J. Arberry
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8187746599
length xviii+120p.