Feast with Sababa
Feast with Sababa

Feast with Sababa

Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Food

Photographs By Russell Smith, By Tal Smith

COOKING

231 Pages, 7.5 x 10.75

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $21.95 (US $21.95) (CA $29.95)

Publication Date: October 2017

ISBN 9781431424085

Rights: US, CA, AU & NZ

Jacana Media (Oct 2017)

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Overview

Tal Smith, owner of the popular Sea Point deli, Sababa, is back with new recipes in Feast with Sababa: Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Food. This follows the incredible success of the first Sababa cookbook and the constant request for more recipes. This is a beautiful book full of delectable recipes featuring an array of meze, salads, risottos and meat recipes among others. It also includes easy-to-make recipes for labneh, tabbouleh, auberine parmigiana, lamb couftes and spanakopitas. The book ends off with sweet treats like tiramisu, tahini biscuits and Greek shortbread biscuits. Sababa is all about uncomplicated wholesome food with a Middle Eastern and Mediterranean influence. It is the kind of healthy and affordable food that everyone loves to cook in their homes.

Author Biography

Russell Smith is a passionate professional, inspired by the city that surrounds him. A born Capetonian, he trained as an art director both here and in Paris, before turning his eye to photography. Russell works with either natural light, or with flash, but is always exacting about the details of a shoot. Most recently, he has created strikingly unique portraits by combining a bespoke lighting set-up with post-production techniques. — Russell has shot on location internationally – from Tuscany to Istanbul, from Mauritius to Botswana. But he likes to work in studio as well as on location. Tal Smith opened her first outlet in St John's Piazza, Sea Point, in 2009 and is still based there. Join her for a coffee in the compact shopping centre and your conversation will be interrupted by passers-by, complimenting her catering at a recent Bar Mitzvah or asking whether there is any fried fish for Shabbat dinner. It is not unusual to see someone drop off a cherished Le Creuset casserole only to collect it later, magically filled with the chosen Sababa favorite for a dinner party.