Ibn Razīn Al-Tujībī
Ibn Razīn al-Tujībī (1227–1293) was a thirteenth-century Muslim-Andalusi scholar. Born to a wealthy family of scholars living in Murcia, he and his family fled his native town in 1247 following the Christian reconquest of Spain. He first went to Ceuta but after a few years moved on to Béjaïa (in present-day Algeria) before eventually settling in Tunis, where he achieved fame as a scholar. While Al-Tujībī wrote many books, only his cookbook Delicacies from Thirteenth Century Spain and North Africa survives.