“Pomegranates and Saffron” Now an E-Book, Available Worldwide!

 Pomegrantes and Saffron

It’s been a while since I came here with a new update on my projects, as I deviated from writing the blog and focusing on my culinary and cultural tours to the Caucasus. But this time I am back with some exciting news!

It is with great pleasure that I announce the release of my award-winning cookbook “Pomegranates and Saffron: A Culinary Journey to Azerbaijan,” in the E-BOOK format, available WORLDWIDE on multiple platforms, to read on your favorite e-reader, gadget or phone – anytime, anywhere!

This is a great opportunity considering that hard copies of the book were printed as a limited edition and were not available worldwide and sold out quickly. Now you can gain access to my book from anywhere in the world.

The e-book is easy to use, linked throughout for a friendly user interface. And there are many photos, too!

I hope you gift yourself and your loves ones with a delicious virtual journey to Azerbaijan.

Here’s are the links:

Amazon Kindle
Rakuten Kobo


Google Books

Apple Books


PS: Note that the hard copy edition is sold out with no immediate plans to reprint.




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