Moroccan Soup Bar : Recipes of a spoken menu and a little bit of spice…
by Hana Assafiri
Editor: Melbourne Books
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By car down St George’s Road, in the north of Fitzroy in the evening the Soup Bar is open and you will find a queue that stretches from the door and around the corner.With its bright colors from the inside, refreshing spoken menu and tasty talk, Moroccan cuisine, Soup to the Bar during the last 16 years, has become a Melbourne institution.More than a simple restaurant, the Moroccan Soup Bar is based on a philosophy, which Hana describes as ” a vision whose main objective is not monetary, where all those who have visited, if a visitor or repeat customer, feel his senses have been stimulated.to share their experiences, and on foot a little modified accordinglyHana, chef and owner, has just brought out a cookbook of wonderful vegetarian dishes served every evening in the restaurant.She devoted the customers have searched the secrets of her recipes, in particular the famous chickpeas cooked in the oven, a dish so delicious, it won awards.Now, the public will have the opportunity to recreate these beautiful, tasty recipes in their own homes.There is even a recipe for the restaurant’s painting of the walls, passed on to Hana from her father.The book reflects the warm, welcoming and colourful atmosphere of Soup Bar.Recipes prove that you don’t need to include meat in a meal to make it taste delicious.Laced with stories of encounters at the Soup Bar, the situation of women, Moroccan culture and the hope of a more inclusive, Hana from the book, you will find a colorful universe, spicy oasis in all enthusiastic cook the recipe of the book collection.
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