A graphic designer by trade, Pascale Habis wanted something to control from start to finish: no clients, no constraints, just an unfiltered outlet for her creativity. “All the ingredients were there for the book,” she explains. “I love eating. I can talk about food and watch people eat for hours on end.” Fifteen months later, Beirut Cooks was born. Read more about her cookbook filled with hearty recipes from the kitchens of Beirut’s bourgeoisie here.
Fashion designer Rabih Kayrouz was one of the many creatives who shared a recipe for the book.
Food pornography of the highest caliber, Beirut Cooks offers a glimpse into the vibrant, refined world of modern Beirut.