Cookbook shares grandmother’s recipes
Miami native Andrea Zaher Cassell returns to her hometown this weekend for the South Florida launch of her cookbook, Nahima’s Hands: Unique Mediterranean Cuisine (Morris, $21.41), an homage to her late, Syrian-born grandmother, Nahima Abouid Albert. Long-time Miamians may recall the grocery store, Tony’s Curb Market, that Albert and her husband ran in Little River. Cassell, who lives in Wichita Falls, Kan., will appear on And the Women Gather on Comcast Channel 88 at 6 p.m. Friday and take part in an invitation-only reception Sunday in Weston. Book-purchase and contact information is at www.nahimashands.com.
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