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Discover a playful new take on Middle Eastern cuisine with more than 100 fresh, flavorful recipes. Finally! Eden Grinshpan is letting us in on her secrets of her healthful and deliriously delicious cooking.--Bobby Flay Eden Grinshpan's accessible cooking is full of bright tastes and textures that reflect her Israeli heritage and laid-back but thoughtful style. In Eating Discover a playful new take on Middle Eastern cuisine with more than 100 fresh, flavorful recipes. Finally! Eden Grinshpan is letting us in on her secrets of her healthful and deliriously delicious cooking.--Bobby Flay Eden Grinshpan's accessible cooking is full of bright tastes and textures that reflect her Israeli heritage and laid-back but thoughtful style. In Eating Out Loud, Eden introduces readers to a whirlwind of exciting flavors, mixing and matching simple, traditional ingredients in new ways: roasted whole heads of broccoli topped with herbaceous yogurt and crunchy, spice-infused dukkah; a toasted pita salad full of juicy summer peaches, tomatoes, and a bevy of fresh herbs; and babka that becomes pull-apart morning buns, layered with chocolate and tahini and sticky with a salted sugar glaze, to name a few. For anyone who loves a big, boisterous spirit both on the plate and around the table, Eating Out Loud is the perfect guide to the kind of meal--full of family and friends eating with their hands, double-dipping, and letting loose--that you never want to end.


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Discover a playful new take on Middle Eastern cuisine with more than 100 fresh, flavorful recipes. Finally! Eden Grinshpan is letting us in on her secrets of her healthful and deliriously delicious cooking.--Bobby Flay Eden Grinshpan's accessible cooking is full of bright tastes and textures that reflect her Israeli heritage and laid-back but thoughtful style. In Eating Discover a playful new take on Middle Eastern cuisine with more than 100 fresh, flavorful recipes. Finally! Eden Grinshpan is letting us in on her secrets of her healthful and deliriously delicious cooking.--Bobby Flay Eden Grinshpan's accessible cooking is full of bright tastes and textures that reflect her Israeli heritage and laid-back but thoughtful style. In Eating Out Loud, Eden introduces readers to a whirlwind of exciting flavors, mixing and matching simple, traditional ingredients in new ways: roasted whole heads of broccoli topped with herbaceous yogurt and crunchy, spice-infused dukkah; a toasted pita salad full of juicy summer peaches, tomatoes, and a bevy of fresh herbs; and babka that becomes pull-apart morning buns, layered with chocolate and tahini and sticky with a salted sugar glaze, to name a few. For anyone who loves a big, boisterous spirit both on the plate and around the table, Eating Out Loud is the perfect guide to the kind of meal--full of family and friends eating with their hands, double-dipping, and letting loose--that you never want to end.

30 review for Eating Out Loud: Bold Middle Eastern Flavors for All Day, Every Day

  1. 5 out of 5

    Joanne

    I rarely get excited enough about a cookbook to actually by it, but this one that I borrowed from the library is an absolute keeper. The recipes are accessible and exciting. The vegetable side dishes are reason enough to own the book. I’m cooking from it this weekend. I can’t wait! Postscript: we cooked two recipes from the book for Saturday night dinner and they were outstanding. I never thought I’d be converted into liking eggplant but I do now! So I bought the book today and plan another meal I rarely get excited enough about a cookbook to actually by it, but this one that I borrowed from the library is an absolute keeper. The recipes are accessible and exciting. The vegetable side dishes are reason enough to own the book. I’m cooking from it this weekend. I can’t wait! Postscript: we cooked two recipes from the book for Saturday night dinner and they were outstanding. I never thought I’d be converted into liking eggplant but I do now! So I bought the book today and plan another meal from it really soon.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    When life for the entire universe and planet turns on its end and like everyone else you "have nothing to do" while your place of work is closed and you are in #COVID19 #socialisolation, superspeed readers like me can read 250+ pages/hour, so yes, I have read the book … and many more today. (I AM BORED!!) I requested and received a temporary digital Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley, the publisher and the author in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher, as I do not repe When life for the entire universe and planet turns on its end and like everyone else you "have nothing to do" while your place of work is closed and you are in #COVID19 #socialisolation, superspeed readers like me can read 250+ pages/hour, so yes, I have read the book … and many more today. (I AM BORED!!) I requested and received a temporary digital Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley, the publisher and the author in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it as they do it better than I do 😸. Discover a playful new take on Middle Eastern cuisine with more than 100 fresh, flavorful recipes. "Finally! Eden Grinshpan is letting us in on her secrets of her healthful and deliriously delicious cooking."--Bobby Flay Eden Grinshpan's accessible cooking is full of bright tastes and textures that reflect her Israeli heritage and laid-back but thoughtful style. In Eating Out Loud, Eden introduces readers to a whirlwind of exciting flavours, mixing and matching simple, traditional ingredients in new ways: roasted whole heads of broccoli topped with herbaceous yoghurt and crunchy, spice-infused dukkah; a toasted pita salad full of juicy summer peaches, tomatoes, and a bevvy of fresh herbs; and babka that becomes pull-apart morning buns, layered with chocolate and tahini and sticky with a salted sugar glaze, to name a few. For anyone who loves a big, boisterous spirit both on the plate and around the table, Eating Out Loud is the perfect guide to the kind of meal--full of family and friends eating with their hands, double-dipping, and letting loose--that you never want to end. I LOVED this book as it is food made from ingredients, not boxes of pre-made foods and Frankenfood'ss "chicken" that has 80+ ingredients vs. one - actual chicken from a chicken. The recipes are simple but full of flavours that everyone will like. (except me and the over-use of parsley/cilantro which is a major flavour in Middle Eastern cooking ... sorry, I am so allergic!) If you are looking for some way to shake up your meals with, this book is perfect: I just wish that is was released earlier in the summer when produce is much, much cheaper. As always, I try to find a reason to not rate with stars as I love emojis (outside of their incessant use by "🙏-ed Social Influencer Millennials/#BachelorNation survivors/Tik-Tok and YouTube Millionaires/etc. " on Instagram and Twitter... Get a real job, people!) so let's give it 🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

    Eating Out Loud by Eden Grinshpan is subtitled Bold Middle Eastern Flavors for All Day, Every Day and this book couldn't have a more accurate title. Recipes focus very heavily on spices. In fact, ingredient lists for the recipes often seem very long simply due to this fact. I found this to be a good thing. It meant that I could leave out certain spices like cumin, which my family hates, or spices such as nigella seeds or urfa with which I am unfamiliar and couldn't find, and dishes still remaine Eating Out Loud by Eden Grinshpan is subtitled Bold Middle Eastern Flavors for All Day, Every Day and this book couldn't have a more accurate title. Recipes focus very heavily on spices. In fact, ingredient lists for the recipes often seem very long simply due to this fact. I found this to be a good thing. It meant that I could leave out certain spices like cumin, which my family hates, or spices such as nigella seeds or urfa with which I am unfamiliar and couldn't find, and dishes still remained very flavorful. This is one cookbook from which I think I will cook just about every dish at some point. Recipes are not complicated or overly time-consuming. They are simply healthful recipes for everyday meals with a unique twist. The recipes seem very versatile to me and are easily adaptable to different diets. Proteins can be swapped out, gluten-free items can be substituted, and dairy can be omitted or exchanged for vegan cheese. Photos are provided for most recipes and the book is broken down into nine sections: essentials (sauces and dips), eggs, baked brunch items, salads, handheld meals, vegetables, meat & fish, grains, and desserts. The author absolutely adores tahini and feels that it enhances everything resulting in some very creative recipes especially in the dessert category. However, tahini isn't featured in all recipes and isn't usually a key ingredient, so non-tahini lovers needn't be put off. Disclosure: I've received a free copy from Clarkson Potter in exchange for a free and unbiased review.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Shipshapeeatworthy

    Here in Nova Scotia, we've cycled back into regular weekdays that flow into the weekends. School marking the days and with the return to school, I'm falling back into the pattern of meal planning, prepping, and cooking. On any given night I don't want to spend too much time making a meal and even less time cleaning it up. When my friend and I were discussing Eden Grinshpan's Eating Out Loud, my friend raved "Isn't it so great??? And so accessible...actually weeknight friendly." I really apprecia Here in Nova Scotia, we've cycled back into regular weekdays that flow into the weekends. School marking the days and with the return to school, I'm falling back into the pattern of meal planning, prepping, and cooking. On any given night I don't want to spend too much time making a meal and even less time cleaning it up. When my friend and I were discussing Eden Grinshpan's Eating Out Loud, my friend raved "Isn't it so great??? And so accessible...actually weeknight friendly." I really appreciate a cookbook that I can flip open and cook from and, I think it is because Grinshpan's style reflects her own busy home life. Her recipes are a culmination of all the places she's lived from Toronto to Tel Aviv and she draws upon her Israeli heritage. Grinshpan's a Cordon Bleu-trained chef, television personality as well as a restauranteur -- food is an adventure for her. In the introduction she states: " Ultimately, I learned how to take a small collection of simple and traditional ingredients, mix and match them in new, fresh ways, and create dishes perfect for dunking, picking, dipping, dribbling, schmearing, and getting it all up with your hands. When I changed the way I cooked, I suddenly started having much more fun in the kitchen. I didn't dread the question "What's for dinner?"(14) And it is this question that I think she answers by offering the home cook delicious recipes -- her take on Middle Eastern food. The recipes are organized into 8 chapters: The Essentials, Eggs All Day, Baked at Brunch, Salads and Fresh Bites, Handheld Meals, Making Veg the Star, Meat and Fish, So Delish, Big Bowls of Grains, and Gimme Some Sugah. As a die-hard tomato soup fan, I think my favourite recipe so far is the Harissa-Roasted Tomato + Chickpea Soup w/ Lime Yogurt. The first step to making this soup is to get the tomatoes, onions, and garlic on a sheet pan to roast. As they roast along, the scents of harissa, cumin, smoked paprika, and turmeric fill the kitchen. After roasting, the vegetables get blended smooth then added to a pot with chickpeas, minced ginger, spices, and stock. The resulting soup is so rich and flavourful! And the Lime Yogurt garnish is the perfect tart and citrusy accompaniment to the sweet, smoky tomato flavour. Being a family of vegetarians, I really appreciate the addition of chickpeas which gives the soup heartiness. Needless to say, the soup is a hit with my family and one that I'll keep on rotation as the months grow cooler. I found myself drawn to her recipe for Nan-e Barbari (Persian Flatbread), which I spent time one Saturday making. While the recipe turned out really well, I'm finding that I much prefer baking and bread recipes that provide the ingredients with weighted amounts rather than by volume (I have a feeling that this detail is decided upon by the publisher). After mixing the ingredients together, the dough was much wetter than I'd like so I added more flour. It's with these kinds of by-volume baking/bread recipes that a home cook needs to rely on their instincts. I served the baked Nan-e Barbari with Grinshpan's recipe for Classic Hummus -- my daughter enjoyed it so much that she requested both to be sent in her school lunch! Chocolate Chip cookies are never a hard sell in my house, so when I baked a batch of Salted Halvah Chocolate Chip Cookies from Eating Out Loud, I knew they'd go quickly! Grinshpan has taken a basic chocolate chip cookie and made it even more perfect (who would think that was even possible??) by adding tahini paste to the dough and crumbled halvah to the top. For those new to halvah, as Grinshpan explains it's "a dense, flaky tahini confection" -- it's one of my favourite things to add to my morning oatmeal along with fresh fruit. But adding it on top of a cookie? Next level! As the halvah bakes in the oven it takes on a marshmallow-y texture -- paired with the chocolate it's rocky road but better. Then there are recipes such as the Vinegar and Honey-Roasted Beets w/ Labneh where Grinshpan encourages the home cook to use an ingredient root to tip. In this case the beets are slow roasted with red wine vinegar, honey, orange zest, and coriander seeds, while the beet stems are made into a gremolata (a green sauce made with parsley). This dish offers a multitude of flavours and textures -- it is also the perfect dish to dunk or schmear on flatbread or pita. The recipe notes also tell the home cook to roast extra beets as they can be used in other recipes. Prepping ingredients ahead of time is such a dinner saver for those moments when you're not sure what to make. Eating Out Loud is a true reflection of Grinshpan's personality and culinary experiences, and unlike other chef-penned books, Grinshpan offers the home cook recipes that are both flavourful and approachable. I agree with what my friend said -- this cookbook is actually weeknight friendly. With recipes, like the Harissa-Roasted Tomato + Chickpea Soup, this book has recipes I'll make again. Please note that this is an excerpt of a review posted to www.shipshapeeatworthy.wordpress.com I would like to take this opportunity to thank Penguin Canada for providing me with a free, review copy of this book. I did not receive monetary compensation for my post, and all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    I love, love Middle Eastern food, so this book is perfect. It's filled with delicious recipes with plenty of spice and flavor. The recipe directions are very clear and the photography is great. I love the explanation of the pantry ingredients and the essential sauces and dips in the beginning of the book. As an aside, the photos of Eden's family make my heart happy. Heading out to the spice store.... I've received a free copy from Clarkson Potter in exchange for a free and unbiased review. I love, love Middle Eastern food, so this book is perfect. It's filled with delicious recipes with plenty of spice and flavor. The recipe directions are very clear and the photography is great. I love the explanation of the pantry ingredients and the essential sauces and dips in the beginning of the book. As an aside, the photos of Eden's family make my heart happy. Heading out to the spice store.... I've received a free copy from Clarkson Potter in exchange for a free and unbiased review.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Swetha

    Each recipe will keep you coming back to try another! Favorites include: Hummus, Date Banana Bread, Baklava Crostata and Roasted Beets (actually all the roasted vegetable recipes). Makes for a great gift!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Pinky

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Lip smacking and drool-worthy Middle Eastern recipes to make. Can't wait to try the Tumeric-Black Pepper Malawach, Salted Tahini-Chocolate Babka Buns, and the Pita Grilled Cheese with Gouda and Honey recipes. Lip smacking and drool-worthy Middle Eastern recipes to make. Can't wait to try the Tumeric-Black Pepper Malawach, Salted Tahini-Chocolate Babka Buns, and the Pita Grilled Cheese with Gouda and Honey recipes.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Shelby Cohen

    Brava! I've now read this exuberant tome cover to cover and made a smattering of its dishes (next up is the broccoli), and Im in love. The garlicky tahini recipe aline is worth adding this to your cookbook shelf, and the Israeli breakfast bowl is my new favorite way to start the day. Brava! I've now read this exuberant tome cover to cover and made a smattering of its dishes (next up is the broccoli), and Im in love. The garlicky tahini recipe aline is worth adding this to your cookbook shelf, and the Israeli breakfast bowl is my new favorite way to start the day.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    Love this cookbook! The sauces and the flavors are amazing. Haven't had a dud yet, and have made at least 5 recipes including the homemade pita bread multiple times. Love this cookbook! The sauces and the flavors are amazing. Haven't had a dud yet, and have made at least 5 recipes including the homemade pita bread multiple times.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Genevieve Marie

    I didn’t think any of these recipes were too out-of-the-box but it’s a good base. Maybe more traditional than most cookbooks I gravitate towards.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jody Schwarz

    Need to purchase!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Hannah

    Just wow...cant wait to make it all!!!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mindy Ganz

    What a beautiful cookbook! The food looks delicious. I’m looking forward to making so many of the recipes. This is a great addition to my cookbook collection.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Virginia

    Recipes are easy to follow and beautifully presented.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Ashani

    Love this book !

  16. 5 out of 5

    Margaret Gerberding

    Modern takes on Middle Eastern recipes!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Karsh

    I love hummus and tahini, so this tahini goes on everything philosophy works for me, It’s on salads, fish, deserts and even eggs seems a bit much but it works.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

  19. 5 out of 5

    Laura

  20. 4 out of 5

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  23. 5 out of 5

    Doug

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jess

  25. 5 out of 5

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  26. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Jane

  27. 5 out of 5

    Karen Hogg

  28. 4 out of 5

    christine

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jillian Rajkumar

  30. 4 out of 5

    HSarian

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