A 68-page full-color book featuring illustrations and photographs, Ramadan Recipes shares ten recipes to break the fast for Ramadan. In a span of five months, the author interviewed ten individuals and watched them cook their families’ classic iftar recipes in front of her. Ramadan Recipes celebrates the cultural diversity of Abu Dhabi and investigates the heart of Islam. Most importantly, the book seeks to teach readers about the value of food and community. It encourages people to gather in the kitchen and around the dining table with their families and friends, regardless of faith. Through recipes and stories, Ramadan Recipes presents food as a giver of life, a gem of family tradition and a place of gathering.