♥ Food is the most accessible pleasure. It is nourishing and comforting. ♥★ It connects people and makes them feel good.Eating is what all of us have in common, and we all love to do it well. Plus, food is the easiest way to explore a different culture.★ Do you like to cook? But you are tired of the same old menu?★ Have you been looking for fun recipes for any occasion?★ Are you a fan of an authentic Arabic or African kitchen?♥♥♥ Then you are in luck! This cookbook has it all and more.It will upgrade your cooking routine with one hundred eleven delicious and filling meals from Algeria with love.You will be happy to cook again.Explore new and exciting flavors of authentic Algerian cuisine.You will be delighted with the results. Don’t worry if you are not a chef.★ This comprehensive cooking guide is good for any level.★ It will help tap into your creative side.★ You will love this cookbook because everyone can appreciate a real homemade meal and newness.Surprise yourself, your friends, or your family. It is time to cook something new. Be ready for your taste buds to sing.✓✓✓✓✓Get it now!
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I was born in the Balkans, and I lived in the former Yugoslavia. We never talked about food that much since we were happy and good food was a normal part of our lives. After the fall of communism and dissolution of Yugoslavia, Balkan become (yet again?) a place with negative associations for people around the globe. Some of them barely know where Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia, Kosovo, Bulgaria, or Turkey are, but they know that there is something wrong with that part of the world.Unfortunately, when I ask my friends from around the globe about positive things in the region, they always mention only two things. Very good food and nice people. “I love your sarma,” or, “Your mom is preparing amazing musaka,” is something I have heard so many times. I tried to present only recipes that our mothers have made for decades, without adding “modern food.”I will continue sharing Balkan traditional recipes so please visit www.balkanfood.org and subscribe for free newsletters.