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Despite the volatile situation in Lebanon, Pascale Habis finds herself unable to fall out of love with Beirut.Beirut Cooks features 37 Beirut natives and transplants, professional chefs and amateurs, sharing their favorite recipes.The book, Habis' first, introduces readers to local gourmands and tastemakers, and the foods they do best and enjoy cooking, as if they were standing in the person's own kitchen. Habis explained that even the professional chefs included in the book have participated in an informal way.Hoping that the book would connect with readers of all backgrounds, Habis tested each of the recipes in her own kitchen to ensure that even amateur cooks would be able to recreate them easily and without much fuss.
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