Day of Honey
Ciezadlo presents a beautifully written, fiercely intelligent memoir exploring the heightened meaning of cooking during wartime.
Pt. I. New York. Introduction : the siege -- The quiet assassin -- Afghanistanism -- The bride of the world -- Majaddara -- pt. II. Honeymoon in Baghdad. The benefits of civilization -- "Iraq has no cuisine" -- Becoming human -- The movement of democratic lovers -- The sumer land -- The flavor of freedom -- Iftar alone -- Chicken soup for the Iraqi soul -- The devil's Hijab -- The free one -- Even a strong person can ask for peace -- pt. III. Beirut. Republic of Foul -- The green revolution -- Death in Beirut -- The war of the kitchen -- The operation -- pt. IV. Eat, pray, war. Fear and shopping -- Mighli -- Cooking with Umm Hassane -- Supper of stones -- pt. V. God, Nasrallah, and the suburbs. There are no Shiites in this neighborhood -- My previous experience in warfare
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