The Pasha of Cuisine A Novel By Saygin Ersin
 
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For readers of Ken Follett's Kingsbridge series and Richard C. Morais's The Hundred-Foot Journey, a sweeping tale of love and the magic of food set during the Ottoman Empire.

A Pasha of Cuisine is a rare talent in Ottoman lore. Only two, maybe three are born with such a gift every few centuries. A natural master of gastronomy, he is the sovereign genius who reigns over aromas and flavors and can use them to influence the hearts and minds, even the health, of those who taste his creations. In this fabulous novel, one such chef devises a plot bring down the Ottoman Empire—should he need to—in order to rescue the love of his life from the sultan’s harem.

Himself a survivor of the bloodiest massacre ever recorded within the Imperial Palace after the passing of the last sultan, he is spirited away through the palace kitchens, where his potential was recognized. Across the empire, he is apprenticed one by one to the best chefs in all culinary disciplines and trained in related arts, such as the magic of spices, medicine, and the influence of the stars. It is during his journeys that he finds happiness with the beautiful, fiery dancing girl Kamer, and the two make plans to marry. Before they can elope, Kamer is sold into the Imperial Harem, and the young chef must find his way back into the Imperial Kitchens and transform his gift into an unbeatable weapon.

TitleThe Pasha of Cuisine
SubtitleA Novel
AuthorBy Saygin Ersin
PublisherSkyhorse Publishing
ImprintArcade Publishing
Published4 September 2018
FormatHardback
ISBN-139781628729610
Pages300
Dimensions6.00 x 9.00in.

About the author

Saygin Ersin, a former journalist, is a former journalist and the author of two previous novels in Turkish, Judgement of the Emperor and The Storm of Erbain, as well as Retired Police Club, a collection of short detective stories, and the script for the comic Skywind. He lives in Izmir, Turkey.

"Nourishment, which is the strongest link between nature and humans, becomes a magical act in this novel. I believe that those who read it will find a magical new meaning in food."—Posta Kitap (Turkey)

"Through the recipes and words, author makes you feel that each word related to tastes has a visual, auditory, and emotional counterpart in our minds."—Star Kitap (Turkey)
ISBNs: 9781628729627 978-1-62872-962-7 Title: the pasha of cuisine category:FIC ISBNs: 9781628729610 978-1-62872-961-0 Title: the pasha of cuisine category:FIC 
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