Cooking With Fire

Author: Paula Marcoux
Publisher: Storey Publishing
ISBN: 1603429123
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Revel in the fun of cooking with live fire. This hot collection from food historian and archaeologist Paula Marcoux includes more than 100 fire-cooked recipes that range from cheese on a stick to roasted rabbit and naan bread.

Manual Of Biblical Archaeology

Author: Carl Friedrich Keil
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Or the Tannur is a hole dug in the floor of the room and lined with pottery in which
fire is put, and the dough spread on the sides and so baked ... delicacies and
cakes had, no doubt, become known to the Israelites in Egypt, where baking was
carried to great perfection. ... Vegetables, pulse, and herbs were cooked in pots p'
P, 2 Kings iv. ... The flesh was either roasted on a spit at the fire (jfyf, 1 Sam. ii.

Encyclopaedia Biblica

Author: Thomas Kelly Cheyne
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The ordinary spit, being of iron, — so much we may infer from the demand that a
spit purchased from an idolater must be cleansed in the fire (A6. Zara. ... They
were also cooked by being boiled, alone or mixed with various ingredients —
such as oil and spices. The Hebrew ... 1503), who describes an iron -plated door
in the castle of Hayil : ' the plates (in the indigence of their arts) are the shield-like
iron pans (tannur) upon which the town housewives bake their girdle-bread.

Encyclopaedia Biblica

Author: John Sutherland Black
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The ordinary spit, being of iron, —so much we may infer from the demand that a
spit purchased from an idolater must be cleansed in the fire (48. ... They were
also cooked by being boiled, alone or mixed with various ingredients—such as
oil and spices. ... furnished by Doughty (Ar. Des: 1593), who describes, an iron-
plated door in the castle of Häyil : 'the plates (in the indigence of their arts) are the
shield-like iron pans (tannur) upon which the town housewives bake their girdle-
bread.

Upper Egypt Its People And Its Products

Author: Karl Benjamin Klunzinger
Publisher: London : Blackie
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Saturday is named "the Sabbath of the light," from the celebrated sacred fire,
which on this day bursts forth in the Greek ... At the most-frequented places
sellers of coffee, sherbet, buza, and cooked meats establish themselves. ... lamb
with them, kill it at the rendezvous they have selected, and prepare tanur, that is,
they cut up the meat in several pieces and bake it ... placed on a spit and roasted
at the fire.