Book: Beirut Cooks by Pascale Habis
What differentiates Beirut Cooks from any other cookbook is the wide variety of people it features:
cooks and food enthusiasts who represent the modern, vibrant, happening Beirut.
In this book, people from artistic and creative occupations to entrepreneurs, writers or businessmen and women, all meet to share their homemade, personal recipes. They welcome us into their homes, offering old and new recipes, assembled from every corner of the world.
Beirut Cooks goes beyond just the recipes (no less
than 37 cooks have participated in the project), as it gives us a glimpse into their lives. Great care has been taken in the book's artistic direction, photography, graphic design and writing, so that the final result can be appreciated for both its aesthetic qualities and the recipes it offers.
352 pages. Published in 2014.