Book Mouneh – Preserving Foods for the Lebanese Pantry by author Barbara Abdeni Massaad. From the same Author Manoushé – Size 25.2 x 20 x 4.8 cm – 592 pages – Hardcover – Weight: 2 Kg. 2018.
Mouneh – Preserving Foods for the Lebanese Pantry
LebanonPostcard presents the book Mouneh – Preserving Foods for the Lebanese Pantry by author Barbara Abdeni Massaad. From the same Author Manoushé – Size 25.2 x 20 x 4.8 cm – 592 pages – Hardcover – Weight: 2 Kg. 2018
Documenting traditions, recipes and rituals to ensure their survival, it is vital to work. Barbara Massaad’s beautiful new book Mouneh goes to the heart of Lebanese life. She is a writer and photographer, but above all, she is a custodian of a wonderfully rich culture. Alice Waters – American Chef, Restaurateur, Activist and Humanitarian
Mouneh, one of our oldest traditions, is all about preserving food. Barbara Massaad’s beautiful book illuminates the essential skills of saving our local foods while preserving stories and traditions of our land and its people.
Kamal Mouzawak – Founder of Souk el Tayeb
Barbara Massaad has made a valuable contribution by introducing Lebanon’s rich culinary heritage to a wide and varied public. It is indeed a treat for the reader to enter these village homes with Barbara and become acquainted with the customs of the past which have endured to this day.
Nina Jidejian – Armenian-Lebanese Author and Archeologist
I loved Barbara Massaad’s Man’oushe, and feel the same way about her latest book, Mouneh.
In both books, she opens up the world of Lebanese gastronomy in a unique way, connecting it to Lebanese culture while providing wonderful mouth-watering recipes. I couldn’t ask for more.
Paula Wolfert – American Cookbook Author, Expert of Mediterranean Cuisine
After twenty-two years of living out my passion as a chef, I am increasingly convinced that people are often too busy looking ahead – they miss the importance and value of what is right in front of them. Barbara Massaad’s books remind us that our local produce and culinary tradition are rich and important. This makes her work exceptional and keeps us waiting for Barbara’s next hit!
Joe Barza – Lebanese Executive Chef, Pioneer of Lebanese Fusion Cuisine
March: Pickling, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Eryngo, Green Almonds, Green Thyme, Green Unripe Pulms Gundelia Tumbleweed, Picking Akub in Times of Turmoil, Romaine Lettuce, Local Food Markets in Lebanon.
April: Honey, Habib Honey, A Family Affair, Goats, A Perfect Match, Ezzat the Goat Herder and Abla the Cheesemaker, Darfieh Cheese Production and Fundamental Lessons of Life, A True Artist, Orange Blossoms, The Orange Blossom Flower Harvest, A Man with a Vision, Loquats, Peas, Rosemary, Sea Fennel, Jam, Jellies, Fruit Syrups and Marmalades, Strawberries.
May: Artichokes, Crabapples, Damascus Rose, La Vie en Rose, Garlic, Green Unripe Walnuts, Roasted Green Wheat.
June: Drying Fruit and Vegetables, Apricots, A Symbol of Faith, Capers, Living and Working with Ethics, Cherries, Chickpeas, Fava Beans, Grape Leaves, Mint, Onions, Pine Nuts, Working Hard to Collect Pine Cones, Watermelon, Wild Flowers, Wild Thyme, A Farmer’s Success Story.
July: Bell peppers; Cucumbers, Mr. Pickle, Corn, Green Cherry Tomatoes, Green Beans, Green Tomatoes, Green Unripe Grapes; A Grandfather’s Food Legacy; Jew’s Mallow, Marjoram, Melon, Mulberries, Plums, Sage, Salt, Wheat, Against All Odds, Wild Cucumbers, Zucchini.
August: Basil, Green Hot Peppers; Lentils, Okra, Peaches, Sesame Seeds, Sumac, Sun-Dried Tomatoes.
September: Apples, Beans, Carob, The Man Behind the Mask, Cows, Eggplant, Figs, Green Olives, A Young Man’s Fate, Raisins, Red Peppers, Spicy Recipes and Shared Friendship, Sheep, Preserving Meat the Traditional Lebanese Way, Walnuts.
October: Bay leaves, Black Olives, Dates, Grapes, Vegetable Garden to a Small Family Business, Myrtle, Pears, Pomegranates, Tomatoes, Personifying Mother Nature.
November: Beetroot, Grapes, Taking Care of Business the Old-Fashioned Way, Quince, Pumpkin
December: Carrots, Grapefruits, Turnips
January: Bread Starter, Mandarin
February: Bitter Orange, The Mymouné Sisters, Lemon, Walid and Maysoon’s Change for the Better
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