Take a delicious journey through Arab cuisine—a rich story told through recipes, menus, feasts, and traditions—with author May Bsisu.
May Shakhashir Bsisu is a resident of Cincinnati, Ohio. May has lived,
eaten, and cooked in many parts of the world; however, paramount in her
cooking, writing, and teaching is the authentic "old country" food of
her Palestinian heritage. Today, both as a culinary professional and as
an Arab-American woman, she has dedicated herself to preserving and
teaching this healthful and delicious cuisine in the United States. She
is a member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals,
Women Chefs & Restaurateurs, and Chefs Collaborative.
Don George is a travel writer and editor. He has been travel editor at the San Francisco Examiner & Chronicle, founded and edited the Wanderlust section of Salon.com, and most recently was Global Travel Editor at Lonely Planet Publications.
He is the author of The Lonely Planet Guide to Travel Writing and the editor of six literary travel anthologies, including The Kindness of Strangers, Tales from Nowhere, and By the Seat of My Pants.