Dedication by Henrietta W. Romman
"Glory be to God from whom only blessings flow." Amen. By the grace of
God, I dedicate this cookbook to: My husband William. To the fragrant
memory of our oldest son, Tony. To our daughter Magda and family. To our
son Akram and family.
I also dedicate this bounteous cookbook to every good friend whom God has
assigned to welcome and befriend our family, when we moved in 1995 from the
Sudan in Africa to settle here in Missouri. We thank you all for your neat and
genuine interest in our culture and cuisine.
I can recall along the years that during all delicious and hearty meals. my
husband's constant truthful and expressive Middle Eastern prayer has been this
"May God preserve the hands that prepared this meal. "
Recipes include, Bulgur (Cooked Cracked Wheat), Murabit El Ward (Rose Petal Jam), Samaka Harra (Spicy Fish), Daoud Pasha (Syrian Meatballs), Pita Bread
Testimonial by Glenda Burris, Pastor's Wife of Praise Assembly Church, Springfield, Missouri
Be a guest at Henrietta Romman's table: you are in her native city of
Khartoum, capital of the Sudan, in Northeast Africa. Henrietta tempts
you with authentic Middle Eastern cuisine, faithful to the original
texture and taste, but which she has lovingly prepared with modem
conveniences and methods so she has time for her other creative
passions of inspirational poetry and prose. Besides writing a monthly
column for Ozark Senior Living magazine, she teaches courses in
Arabic language and Syrian cooking for Ozarks Technical Community
College in Springfield, Missouri. You will find this cookbook useful and
fun. You'll be serving up impressive and exotic dishes without the
traditional labor-intensive methods...
Just as Henrietta herself is a beautiful blending of cultures, her Ethnic cuisine will certanly bring new flavor to your everyday cooking -- or those special events!
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