Of added interest is where the recipes originated from, and accompanying stories.
Apparently the authors never tested the recipe, or were careless in proofreading; either way, I can't recommend it as a reliable source of flatbread recipes.
While the book does contain many recipes for breads, this is more of an international recipe book centered around breads than a book on bread.
I have been paging through this book for a few months now, trying recipes as I get to them. The book is laid out as a selection of flat breads from different regions of the world,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Christopher Ray Brown
Flat breads essential to many silk road cooking experiences. Great reference.Published 1 month ago by F. Parker
You may enjoy reading about the exotic locales in this book, but as far as the bread recipes go, it's a case of buyer beware. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Heisenberg
I saw Jeffrey Alford on Baking with Julia Child. He told of their fascinating finds while traveling in the Middle East. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I got this book because I wanted cracker recipes, but there is so much more. I have tried several of the breads and they turned out fine the first time.Published 8 months ago by OAH
book and I've added it to my many other bread book collections. I wish it had a little better quality and photos.Published 8 months ago by Sylvia
The title is misleading, and quite frankly the recipes, a disappointment. The use of the word "flavors" in the title suggests that there will be flatbread recipes which... Read morePublished 8 months ago by IMNSHO
I have baked bread with Mom's guidance since I was eleven or twelve. The real challenge was to make a flat bread. This book made that problem fade into the past.Published 10 months ago by ROBERT L. QUEBERG