Tal Smith, owner of the much-loved Cape Town deli Sababa, is back with new recipes in Sababa: More Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Food. This follows the incredible success of the first book Sababa: Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Food, and the constant request for more recipes.
The recipes continue to be simple to follow and the ingredients are always easy to find. Sababa encourages home cooking and are all based on family recipes not only for cooking everyday suppers but for celebrations too.
PRAISE FOR SABABA: MORE MIDDLE EASTERN AND MEDITERRANEAN FOOD
“Sababa shares a few delectable recipes, cooking tips and stories from the kitchens of the well-known Cape Town deli by the same name written by the owners, sisters Tal smith and Nirit Saban, this book not only showcases some of their signature dishes, but also delves into the stories behind the food: the saban family, the love of food and the essential sense of togetherness that their culinary successes are built on” – New Living
“Emphasising the use of local ingredients and fresh produce, ‘Sababa’ is full of recipes which anybody can cook at home” – The Next 48 Hours
“Anyone who’s had the pleasure of visiting the bustling, fragrant Sababa delis in Cape Town will want to own this book – and so will anyone else who loves the intense flavours of Mediterranean food” – Sunday Times
ABOUT THE AUTHOR AND PHOTOGRAPHER
Tal Smith a owner of the deli Sababa. Tal opened her first outlet in St. John’s Piazza, Sea Point.
Russell Smith is a professional photographer who has shot