Modern Israeli recipes influenced by flavors from Southern Spain, North Africa, and the Levant
The Michelin Bib Gourmand-winning London restaurant The Palomar has won fans the world over for its elevated Middle Eastern cooking inspired by the colorful, flavorful cuisines of the region. From Beet Carpaccio with Burnt Goat Cheese and Date Syrup to Pork Belly Tajine with Ras el Hanout and Israeli couscous, these innovative dishes explore delicious ingredients like za’atar, labneh, pomegranate syrup, and tahini in everything from sharable mezze to dessert. Tucked in the middle of the book is a special cocktail section with a selection of stand-out concoctions such as Lion’s Milk and the Drunken Botanist. Brimming over with lively photographs, The Palomar Cookbook shares a new way to explore this acclaimed restaurant and its unique take on the vibrant foods of the Middle East.
About the Author
THE PALOMAR opened in London in the summer of 2014, and was named Best Restaurant by GQ UK, Restaurant of the Year by Tatler, and one of the best restaurants of the year by The Financial Times and others that year. In 2015, it was named Best Restaurant by the Observer Food Monthly Awards. Winner of the Michelin Bib Gourmand, it is situated in the heart of Theatreland and Soho.
I love the method for cured lemons (and cured lemon beurre blanc) in this book. The lemons are preserved with salt but also oil, then pureed with cumin and paprika, and the flavor in the end is awesome.
- Title: The Palomar Cookbook: Modern Israeli Cuisine
- Autor: Layo Paskin
- Publisher (Publication Date): Clarkson Potter (March 21, 2017)
- Language: English
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