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Mar 13, 2018 | ISBN 9780451494160

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A celebration of Alon Shaya’s
An Odyssey of Food, My Journey Back to Israel

“A captivating memoir … it may be the first cookbook you read cover to cover. Shaya’s personal journey and path is intriguing and his story is hard to put down.”

–Amy Spiro, The Jerusalem Post

“Alon Shaya’s stunning debut cookbook, with over 100 recipes wrapped in a candid, compelling ‘autobiography’ about his culinary sensibility and how he found his way to becoming an award-winning chef. And we’re the lucky beneficiaries of his unique, very personal take on what it means to meld the best of many food traditions … so many fabulous flavors, so many imaginative combos.”

–Sybil Pratt, Bookpage

“Part cookbook, part memoir, Alon Shaya writes of identity, memory, and the power that food holds in our lives. This is a beautiful cookbook, rich with emotion and recipes filled with spices and herbs and all of the vegetables I am drawn toward.”

–Alice Waters

 “Breathtaking. What makes this book dazzle is that Alon does not discard his food memories but transforms them into the recipes that so many of us have eaten at his restaurants Domenica and Shaya and can now enjoy by making them at home. Bravo!”
—Joan Nathan, author of King Solomon’s Table
“The way Alon weaves his cuisine through different cultures that he has encountered should be an inspiration to all young cooks who strive to create their own style. His book is as refreshing as it is imaginative.”
—Marc Vetri, author of Mastering Pasta
“Alon’s journey is as gripping and as seductive as his cooking: from his safta’s lamb kebabs to his liaisons with drug dealers at fifteen; from his blueberry rugelach or bright green falafel to the 500 crab cakes he lost to hurricane Katrina. Lovely stories, terrific food.”
—Yotam Ottolenghi, author of Jerusalem: A Cookbook

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