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Joon: Persian Cooking Made Simple (Kindle/iPad Version)

Iranian cooking, with its emphasis on fresh, natural ingredients corresponds with the new trend of eating in America. “Join the delicious revolution!” as Alice Waters says; “Eat simply, eat together, eat seasonally, shop at farmers markets. [read more>>]

History of Bread in Iran (Kindle/iPad Version)

Since ancient times, bread has been the staple diet of the peoples living in the Iranian plateau. In History of Bread in Iran, Willem Floor, one of the foremost scholars of Iranian history, describes the beginnings of agriculture and bread-making, and the various grains and other products that were, and are, used to make bread. [read more>>]

Discovering Cyrus: The Persian Conqueror Astride the Ancient World

Discovering Cyrus: The Persian Conqueror Astride the Ancient World (Kindle/iPad Version)

“This is the most comprehensive study to date of the life and times of Cyrus the Great, and it will be welcomed by scholars and the general public alike.” – Dr John Curtis, OBE, FBA, Keeper of Special Middle East Projects, The British Museum. [read more>>]

Tarikh-e Azodi, Life at the Court of the Early Qajar Shahs (Kindle/iPad Version)

This book offers a uniquely intimate look at Soltan Ahmad Mirza, was a prince—the forty-ninth son of Fath Ali Shah Qajar, who ruled Iran from 1797 to 1834. [read more>>]

Garden of the Brave in War: Recollections of Iran

Garden of the Brave in War: Recollections of Iran (Kindle/iPad Version)

“Explains more about the cultural context in which we must understand Iran than any other modern writer. [read more>>]

Borrowed Ware: Medieval Persian Epigrams

Borrowed Ware: Medieval Persian Epigrams (Kindle/iPad Version)

“Dick Davis’s translation of the best of Persia’s medieval short poetry, borrowed ware, is a wonderful book, suffused with love, beautifully produced and with a comprehensive introduction to Persian courtly poetry.” – The Independent. [read more>>]

The Persian Sphinx: Amir Abbas Hoveyda and the Riddle of the Iranian Revolution

The Persian Sphinx: Amir Abbas Hoveyda and the Riddle of the Iranian Revolution (Kindle/iPad Version)

“Candid and revealing[offers] a wealth of insights into Iranian society and culture.” – William Quandt, Foreign Affairs. [read more>>]