Samarkand: Recipes and Stories From Central Asia and the Caucasus (ebok) av Caroline Eden
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Caroline Eden (forfatter), Eleanor Ford (forfatter), Eleanor Smallwood (forfatter)

Samarkand: Recipes and Stories From Central Asia and the Caucasus ebok

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Winner of the Guild of Food Writers Food and Travel Award 2017 'This is a book to delight food lovers, travel hounds and history buffs alike.' The Telegraph 'As an armchair traveler, I was led by Caroline Eden's firsthand account of journeys to the Uzbek city of Samarkand and other exotic destinations, then lured into the kitchen by Eleanor Ford's fine recipes' New York Times 'A particularly expansive and ambitious example of the genre. Imagine a Lonely Planet guide to Uzbekistan and beyond,…

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Forfattere Caroline Eden (forfatter), Eleanor Ford (forfatter), Eleanor Smallwood (forfatter)
Forlag Kyle Books
Utgitt 3 juni 2021
Sjanger Mat og drikke, Dokumentar og fakta, Hobby og fritid
Språk English
Format epub
DRM-beskyttelse LCP
ISBN 9780857839992
Winner of the Guild of Food Writers Food and Travel Award 2017 'This is a book to delight food lovers, travel hounds and history buffs alike.' The Telegraph 'As an armchair traveler, I was led by Caroline Eden's firsthand account of journeys to the Uzbek city of Samarkand and other exotic destinations, then lured into the kitchen by Eleanor Ford's fine recipes' New York Times 'A particularly expansive and ambitious example of the genre. Imagine a Lonely Planet guide to Uzbekistan and beyond, with a hundred recipes.' LA Times 'I am LOVING it! So interesting to see so many familiar but also lesser known recipes! Beautiful pictures too! Love the styling! Love it!' Sabrina Ghayour Over hundreds of years, various ethnic groups have passed through Samarkand, sharing and influencing each other's cuisine and leaving their culinary stamp. This book is a love letter to Central Asia and the Caucasus, containing personal travel essays and recipes little known in the West that have been expertly adapted for the home cook. An array of delicious dishes will introduce the region and its different ethnic groups - Uzbek, Tajik, Russian, Turkish, Korean, Caucasian and Jewish - along with a detailed introduction on the Silk Road and a useful store cupboard of essential ingredients. Chapters are divided into Shared Table, Soups, Roast Meats & Kebabs, Warming Dishes, Pilavs & Plovs, Accompaniments, Breads & Doughs, Drinks and Desserts. 100 recipes are showcased, including Apricot & Red Lentil Soup, Chapli Kebabs with Tomato Relish, Rosh Hashanah Palov with Barberries, Pomegranate and Quince, Curd Pancakes with Red Berry Compote and the all-important breads of the region. And with evocative travel features like On the Road to Samarkand, A Banquet on the Caspian Sea and Shopping for Spices under Solomon's Throne, you will be charmed and enticed by this region and its cuisine, which has remained relatively untouched in centuries.