Family Circle: Step By Step Lebanese Cooking
The cooking of Lebanon, once so foreign to Western palates, is now very familiar, with pita bread sold in most supermarkets, and kebabs, tabbouleh, hummus and felafel available in take-away shops and delicatessens. The Lebanese emphasis on vegetable, pulse and grain dishes makes it a light and healthy way to eat. Chicken and fish dishes are light too - often flavoured with lime juice and fresh herbs. The favourite meat is lamb and beef features too, especially in koftas and meatballs.
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