The Lebanese Heritage Cookbook

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AuthorHouse, Feb 15, 2012 - Cooking - 120 pages
There is no spectacle on earth more beautiful and appealing than that of a woman in the act of cooking for those she loves. Lou lives and breathes Lebanese cooking! Her home is permeated with the fragrances of the culturally refined Lebanese dishes she prepares from her heritage. What a great neighbor Lou made! Her cookbook will be treasured by all cooks, and make elegant family gifts. A. S. R. Indiana This cookbook would have saved me hundreds of dollars in phone calls to aunts for advice on cooking Lebanese Food. A must have for all those who love the healthy food of the Middle East. Donna A. Shalala, Office of the President, Miami University Knowing Lou for 30 years, I have tasted many of her recipes for Lebanese food. Her tabouli, stuffed grape leaves, and other recipes are delicious and better than most Lebanese restaurants. This is a winner. Dr. Elaine Wangberg-Menchaca, Graduate Dean and V.P. Research (ret.), California State University Over the years I have tasted Louises Lebanese cooking and I am delighted to say her food and recipes are the best. Maybe it is due to all the love she puts into her creations. Sandra Ramsey-Lines, Forensic Document Examiner

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About the author (2012)

Louise Stelma has been documenting the often unwritten and sometimes secret recipes of her Lebanese parents and ancestors for decades. When she’s not preserving the culinary delights of Lebanese food, she tends to her human resources consulting business, Office Management Solutions. She ventured into human resource management more than 20 years ago, and since then, she’s also devoted much of her time to teaching industry-related courses at various universities. Louise lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

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