Miriam’s Table is an invaluable record of Bukharian dishes, that until now relied on word of mouth.

miriam’s table is proud to announce:

winner of best in the world for silk road, at the gourmand cookbook awards


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Miriam's Table Cookbook

Miriam's Table is the definitive bible on Bukharian home cooking.

It's a culinary journey through the colourful region of Bukhara, mapping over 80 soulful, comforting, family recipes that are easy to prepare and passed down through generations. This cookbook is a fuss free approach to making delicious, wholesome meals that are intended for sharing with the people you love.


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"After meeting Lilian – a remarkable Londoner with a passion for the food of her ancestors” – Ottolenghi was even more fascinated and encouraged her to write Miriam’s Table.


"Last night I made Persian Cheloh. My family absolutely loved it. It was a meal in one course and they have asked me to make it again very soon. It was easy to make and the chicken balls tasted more than delicious. Thanks to Miriam's Table! " - Ros Rogers


"Everybody loves a good cookery book especially when the recipes bring joy and happiness. Miriam's table did just that for my friends and family when I served them Miriam's wonderful food, easy recipes to follow that bring back childhood memories and leave you wanting more and more." - Helen Tyler


"It really is a wonderful book. The recipes are great. I shall definitely try out the sweet samouseh, the bourakas, walnut biscuits and apple tart and that is just a start. My husband has been urging me to do for years but I do not think it would be as professional or colourful as Lilian's. It truly is a joy to behold and so full of love." - Joan Scott


"What a fantastic tribute to your mother and family, it's certainly the most interesting cook book I have seen, just love the involvement of the stories and family connections." -  Sue Freedman