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    Sumac & Seven-Spice Roast Chicken Recipe and Book Review

    Hello friends,

    I am a cookbook collector. In fact, I find it hard to resist the urge to purchase more cookbooks even though my collection is quite extensive.

    I rationalize and justify the purchase by imagining all of the delicious recipes that I will cook for my family. Truth be told, my family would rather I keep cooking the same recipes over and over again so I should probably find a better reason for buying yet another book about food.

    Luckily, this book Saffron in the Souks: Vibrant recipes from the heart of Lebanon is a winner!

     

    I loved reading about the author’s adventures in a country I long to visit one day and the recipes are delicious!

    I made the Sumac & 7 spice roast chicken recipe (on page 89) and my family requested that we add it to our rotation menu which is the highest praise I could ever hope to get from them!

    Here is a link to the recipe: sumac & 7 spice roast chicken, which I found online (approved source- no copyright infringement). Click on the forward arrow, 4 times, to arrive at the recipe. 

    However,  I do encourage you to purchase the book because it is spectacular and a joy to read and cook from (if you click on the name of the book, above, it will take you to the Kindle edition on Amazon- affiliate link).

    Here is how our chicken turned out:

     

    Enjoy!

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    After graduating with a Major in Journalism, Mireille’s career path took an unexpected turn away from her beloved pen and paper. It took an equally unexpected turn of events for Mireille to start writing again.After spending many hours (too many!) watching super hero cartoons with her son, she realized that most Christian children are unaware of their superpowers!She set about creating the SuperHolies: the Fruits of the Holy Spirit re-imagined as superpowers to grab the children’s attention and teach them about their faith and its glory.

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