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"Pomegranates and Saffron" - Savory Breads Contents

A sneak peek at the Contents page for one of the recipe categories in “Pomegranates and Saffron” – Savory Breads, Pies, and Pastries. Lots of delicious recipes in there!

Annnd the news!

Dear friends of AZ Cookbook in Turkey!

You asked – “Will your cookbook be distributed in Turkey, too?”,  “Where in Turkey can we buy your cookbook since the shipping from U.S to Turkey is high?”  I listened and I have great news for you! 

So, a very limited number of the first edition of “Pomegranates and Saffron” will be available in Turkey to be shipped to those who PRE-ORDER the book. The books will be shipped from Istanbul to any city in Turkey for a very minimal domestic (Turkish) shipping fee. Plus, if you pre-order 3 books now, the shipping will be free! 

Don’t miss out on this exclusive offer. Pre-order your book HERE!

Once again, I won’t be able to stock many copies of the book in Istanbul, so they will be there in a very limited number.

Thank you for your interest in my cookbook and for your support of my project, guys! Hope you enjoy the book!

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Previous posts about “Pomegranates and Saffron”:

My Book is Ready to Pre-Order!

So, What’s in the Book: Part I (book contents)

So, What’s in the Book: Part II

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