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Reviewed by Kristie Ingerto for Readers' Favorite
If you are looking to experience Nazareth without even leaving your house, look no further! Nazareth – A Fascinating City of Culture and Cuisine, by Sara Prezman and Elinor Rabin, is an amazing collection of recipes, photographs, and information. On the other hand, if you are preparing to visit Nazareth, then this is also the book for you as it has information on where to stay and what to visit while you are there, as well as delving into the history and culture of Nazareth. There are many recipes shared in this book; however, this is more than a cookbook, as there are stories shared about the cooks, the restaurants, and tips for what to see while in Nazareth. There are photographs throughout the book of the recipes and of Nazareth in general.
I could not stop looking through Nazareth – A Fascinating City of Culture and Cuisine. Sara Prezman and Elinor Rabin have done an incredible job with this book, as I could not get enough of it! The photographs by Anatoly Michaello are amazing as well. I drank in every detail of this book, the words, and the pictures. I felt as if I could almost taste and smell the various recipes that are shared, and experience this place just by the pictures and stories. I would love to see other books focusing on other places by these authors and photographer as this is an amazing book and one that will be paged through and enjoyed time and again.