This is a well written edifying book that is also pure joy to read.
To find the answer to this question, you will simply have to read "Day of Honey: A Memoir of Food, Love, and War" By Annia Ciezadlo.
I finished the book just in time for getting ready to prepare one of the recipes included at the end of the volume.
I really enjoyed the book because she met many foreign people in different country and discuss on local foods. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Pamela Randol
One of my favorite food memoirs. Annia Ciezaldo writes beautifully, and makes you feel as if you were there with in Lebanon and Iraq, eating homemade stews and mezze platters.Published 2 months ago by Joyti
I gave this to my wife when she commented that she might want to read it and she said that she likes the book so far. That was one of the best purchases I’ve made.Published 2 months ago by Christan Meyers
Share the food and lives of real people in countries ravaged by war. The writing is masterful. I am not a good review writer, but I am telling you to get this book. Read morePublished 3 months ago by marsha finney gibbons
To start, I read this book alongside Anna Badkhen's Middle East cookbook/memoir "Peace Meals: Candy-Wrapped Kalashnikovs and Other War Stories," a remarkably different book... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tyler Johnson
I read Day of Honey not long ago. I wanted to thank Annia for writing it. I am half Lebanese, my father is Lebanese and my mother American. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Not much of a story line and way too much cooking. I found it boring and gave up 3/4 the way through the book.Published 7 months ago by bonnie girl
Maybe I am not enough of a food person to really appreciate this book. I like the way it was written and I enjoyed the characters but it just was not a good fit for me.Published 9 months ago by Tekawitha
I've read many books in the travelogue and food literature genres. I realized after I started this book, that it wasn't quite what I had expected. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Gretchen Schmauder