In her book, Ariss adapts traditional recipes for modern life.
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A contemporary take on the Levantine dishWhen she found herself working in a profession that didn't speak to her, Lara Ariss knew that her love for food and cooking couldn't be curbed. Ariss explained that the book, which took around 16 months of preparation, was challenging yet fun.In order to balance this, Ariss uses ingredients that are easily available to speed up the cooking process.In the "Levantine Harvest," Ariss has added a key to highlight seasonal food. Using four small symbols to represent the four seasons, she specifies the best season to enjoy the dish with every recipe she has. Ariss also attempted to simplify the cooking process and decision-making by suggesting menus of dishes that go well together. In this part of the book, she lists appetizers, dishes and desserts that can be served together.
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