Aswan: John Torode's Middle East Series
Catalogue Number: BAM991
Producer: Blue Ant Media
Producing Agencies: Blink Films for Blue Ant Media
Subject: Canadian World Studies, Culinary Arts, Documentary, Family Studies/Home Economics, Global Studies, Social Studies, Travel, World History
Grade Level: 9 - 12, Post Secondary, Adult
Country Of Origin: United Kingdom
Copyright Year: 2018
Running Time: 22:00
John is in Aswan, a city where the Middle East and Africa collide; where the food of the local Nubian people has influenced every-day eating. After a morning exploring the local market, John heads out onto the Nile to a Nubian restaurant to sample a traditional and colourful fish dish of Nile Perch Tagine. Next up he gets a lesson in Nubian home cooking with a family before using the many sweet treats he’s sampled in Aswan as inspiration for his own take on a Middle Eastern classic, baklava.
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