Day of Honey: A Memoir of Food, Love, and War

Day of Honey: A Memoir of Food, Love, and War
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A brilliant portrait of life in the Middle East, Day Of Honey weaves history, food and first hand reports of a courageous, intimate exploration of everyday survival. In the fall of 2003 Annia Ciezadlo spent their honeymoon in Baghdad. Over the next six years, whilst living in Baghdad and Beirut, she broke bread with the Shiites and Sunnis, the warlords, and refugees, the matriarchs and the mullahs. Honey is the day of memory of the hunger for food and friendship, a community that nurtures the soul as much as the body in times of war. Reporting from Baghdad occupied Ciezadlo aspire to marriage typical. She finds him in Beirut, the hometown of her husband, a city is slowly recovering from years of civil war. But just as the young couple in a new residence, they fled the bloodshed in Iraq spread to Lebanon and awakens the terrible specter of sectarian violence. Clearly, the fiercely intelligent prose, utilizing Ciezadlo meals and rituals from consuming to highlight the dynamics in the Middle East that most Americans Day of Honey: A Memoir of Food, Adore, and War

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