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JULY 2013
Dining with Scheherazade
In Scheherazade's Feasts: Foods of the Medieval Arab World, Habeeb Salloum and her daughters Leila and Muna present more than a hundred recipes that were once enjoyed by a sophisticated and cosmopolitan medieval Arab society.

This is not only a cookbook that brings medieval Arab recipes back to life but also a study of how the cuisine developed and how it affected the Arab gastronomy and the gastronomic cultures beyond. The dishes are redacted to our modern times and retain their original flavour. Al-Summaqiya (Made of Sumac) is a fabulous chicken recipe from medieval Arab Andalusia that can be relished today as it was in the days of Scheherazade.

No Child Should Go Hungry
Across America, families struggle to feed themselves, and children are hit the hardest. Share Our Strength®, a national nonprofit, is working to end childhood hunger in the U.S. by 2015. The Food Network has partnered with the No Kid Hungry® campaign to help get nutritious food to kids in need — and teach families how to cook healthy, affordable meals.

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