I was really good today and remembered the camera, but when I took it out to take a picture, there was no memory card. So what I was planning today will wait till next week.
So I checked what was on the phone. Turned out there was a really cute photo of my littlest, and this photo of a cookbook cover I took a month or two ago at the nice bookstore in town. Don't think you'd see a cover like this in the US.
Actually, I bet this is an interesting cookbook, even if I wouldn't butcher my own sheep. The author is Turkic, based on his name, and it's called Kazan, Sheep, and Dastarkhan. A qazan is a heavy pot typical of Central Asia. They can be family-sized or monstrously huge and they make great plov, or you can boil a sheep in them over a fire. The dastarkhan is the table setting, usually a tablecloth on the floor or a low table, although it's also much more than that.