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The food of the whole Islamic world, in one crazy-ambitious cookbook

Some cookbooks, to state the obvious, are a lot more ambitious than others. There are the books, stacks of them, that arrive with dismaying frequency - slight kitchen novellas, cheerful recipe boxes - and whose shelf lives are as short as the time it likely

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