What on earth is this women doing calling herself a promoter of Persian cooking??? Rose water in Ghormeh Sabzi??? The book has amazing pictures and stories, but I wanted a good cook book to give a friend as a gift not a tourism pamphlet.
I loved this book. Not complicated at all and easy to follow instructions. I also loved the back ground stories as well as little tidbits about french food (and drinks), its history, and culture. The only issue I had with this book was that it had recipes for food not necessarily French in origin. Since when is tzatziki served at a typical French table? Two thumbs up. Almost as good a being in France.