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Sepahdar, Fathollah Khan Akbar: A Biography

: January 23, 2024

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Khorshid Khanom: A Study in the Origin and Development of the Shir-o Khorshid Motif

: January 2, 2024

Originally, Khorshid Khanom or “Sun Lady,” was the symbol of the Mother Goddess, but later she became the goddess of fertility and water, and the protector of her believers.[read more>>]

Cooking in Iran:
Regional Recipes & Kitchen Secrets (2nd Edition)

: March 24, 2020

With more than 250 recipes and 400 photographs, Cooking in Iran is packed with inspiring ideas and practical tips—everything you’ll need for recreating these glorious dishes so that you can embark on a culinary journey of your own.[read more>>]

Food of Life: Ancient Persian and Modern Iranian Cooking and Ceremonies

: August 18, 2020

“The goddess of Iranian cooking….One of the most exciting cookbooks I’ve seen in a while…”–Yotam Ottolenghi, The Guardian.[read more>>]

Joon: Persian Cooking Made Simple

: Oct 6, 2015

Iranian cooking, with its emphasis on fresh, natural ingredients corresponds with the new trend of eating in America.[read more>>]

Silk Road Cooking: A Vegetarian Journey

Silk Road Cooking: A Vegetarian Journey

: Nov 1, 2006

“One of the Top Ten Cookbooks of the Year” – THE NEW YORK TIMES[read more>>]

From Persia to Napa: Wine at the Persian Table (New Revised Edition)

: April 2, 2024
: 978-1949445725

“Winner of the World’s Best Wine History Book for 2007”- Gourmand Prize[read more>>]

Happy Nowruz: Cooking With Children to Celebrate the Persian New Year

Happy Nowruz: Cooking With Children to Celebrate the Persian New Year

: October 17, 2015

“Much more than just a recipe collection, this compendium of customs and cookery about a holiday rarely covered in books for youth will be of great value.” – Booklist.[read more>>]

An Encounter with Dylan Thomas

: September 27, 2022

  About the Author   Raised in Iran, Abbas Milani was sent to be educated in California in the 1960s. He became politically active and in 1974 received a PhD in Political Science. He returned to Tehran and taught at the National University but was imprisoned by the Pahlavi regime in 1977. After the revolution he became a professor at Tehran University, but by 1986 his utopian illusions had been shattered and he emigrated to the United States. Dr. Milani is the Hamid and Christina Moghadam Director of Iranian studies at Stanford University and co-director of the Iran Democracy Project at the Hoover Institution.[read more>>]

Persia Portrayed: Envoys to the West, 1600–1842

: May 3, 2022

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