Pros: Amazing photography, authentic recipes, history and holidays of Greece
Cons: Not many. Would love to see photos of techniques not just finished products.
“Food From Many Greek Kitchens” by Tessa Kiros has to be one of the most beautiful cookbooks I have had the pleasure of reading and using. Not only are the recipes authentic the photos that accompany them are absolutely amazing and help set the context for the food. As you cook your way through the recipes it is easy to feel like you are making your way through many different homes in Greece. The book begins with a brief introduction to the Greek alphabet which was difficult to understand the relevance. While it was thoughtful to include it did not lend anything useful to the book. It also includes in the beginning chapters a rudimentary glossary which while more...(read more)