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Greg Malouf was born in Melbourne, Australia, to Lebanese parents. He served his formal apprenticeship in several of Australia's finest restaurants before working internationally. He has forged a unique style of cooking that combines Middle Eastern tradition with contemporary flair. He now cooks at Melbourne's MoMo restaurant and is the co-author with partner Lucy Malouf of the multi-award-winning Arabesque and Moorish. Lucy Malouf is a Melbourne-based writer and editor. Lucy regularly contributes to the major Australian newspapers, food magazines and food and wine-based websites. She is also a restaurant reviewer and feature writer for the leading Melbourne food guides.
"Gorgeous photography makes this a coffee-table candidate, but the tour of these Middle Eastern countries, with the personal touch of this chef/writer team, will find you absorbing their words and recipes as well. You might even take this into the kitchen!" --Chicago Tribune "There is no doubt that this is a country and a culinary tradition bursting with possibilities. All that's needed now, is for someone to explore them and share them with the rest of us. Fortunately, Greg and Lucy Malouf have." --Foreword by Anthony Bourdain "I'm sold on him. I don't know of any other chef that can match Greg Malouf's versatility and talent who is working in the medium...I like his swing back and forth between old and new and his sensitivity with spices is brilliant...I say this because I cooked through his latest book. He is a brilliant chef. I like the way his food plays with my head." --Paula Wolfert "Harvey's splendid photography of people and landscapes in addition to food give the book an authentic and lively flair. Experienced cooks intrigued by the rich traditions of cooking and culture will find a solid guide in this book." --Publishers Weekly "No chef has exerted such a singular, widespread and identifiable culinary influene..." --The Australian