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India

Author : Prem Kishore
ISBN : 0781812631
Genre : Cooking
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India is a land of contrasts and diversity. This volume succinctly recounts 45,000 years of Indian history, from the earliest Indus valley settlements to the 20th-century struggle against British imperial rule to the challenges facing the country today. Sections on cultural traditions, regional cuisine, dress, and religion bring the varied facets of this nation to life. 50 illustrations.

Menus And Memories From Punjab

Author : Veronica Sidhu
ISBN : 0781812208
Genre : Cooking
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Arranged in a unique menu format, this cookbook takes the reader on a nostalgic culinary journey through Punjab. Featues signature village recipes like Buttermilk Stew with Vegetable Pakoras and the famous Saag and Mukke Di Roti (Stewed Mixed Greens with Corn Flatbread), as well as recipes from a Maharajah's table such as a stunning Roast Leg of Lamb and Royal Bread Pudding. A colourful historical vignette or family anecdote introduces each menu, bringing the culture and cuisine of Pubjab alive for readers.

Flavorful India

Author : Priti Chitnis Gress
ISBN : 0781812070
Genre : Cooking
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The cuisine of Gujarat, a state in western India, is famed for its delicately flavoured vegetarian dishes. This collection of over 80 family recipes introduces readers to some of India's often overlooked culinary offerings. Also included are an introduction to Gujarati culture and cuisine, a section on spices, ingredients and utensils, and a chapter on non-vegetarian specialities. Each recipes is presented in an easy-to-follow format and adapted for the western kitchen. Enchanted drawings throughout the book the flavours of India alive.

Rice Curry

Author : S. H. Fernando
ISBN : 0781812739
Genre : Cooking
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Over 100 easy-to-follow recipes with stunning colour photographs throughout.

The Kerala Kitchen

Author : Lathika George
ISBN : 0781813441
Genre : Cooking
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Since ancient times, seafarers and traders have been drawn by the lure of spices to Kerala, a verdant, tropical state on the Malabar Coast of South India. Saint Thomas also traveled this spice route, converting several Brahmin families who later intermarried with Syrians who had settled here; thus was born the vibrant Syrian Christian community of Kerala. Today, ayurvedic massage resorts and backwater cruises make this scenic land a top tourist destination, and spices still draw both travelers and gourmands to its rich culinary heritage. It is this legacy that The Kerala Kitchen brings us, through 150 delectable recipes and the unforgettable stories that accompany them. Authentic and easy to prepare, these recipes are adapted for the North American kitchen, and accompanied by a guide to spices, herbs, and equipment, as well as a glossary of food terms.

Flavors Of Malaysia

Author : Susheela Raghavan
ISBN : 0781812496
Genre : Cooking
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SUPERANNO Over centuries, seafarers, spice traders and immigrants from many cultures left their mark on Malaysian cuisine, which today is a truly unique mélange of flavors. These 150 recipes celebrate the best of the Malaysian table—sizzling satays, savory stir-fries, fragrant rice and noodle dishes and aromatic curries. A detailed introduction to Malaysia's history and cuisine, a guide to ingredients and cooking techniques and personal stories from the author bring the flavors of Malaysia alive.

Taste Of Nepal

Author : Jyoti Pathak
ISBN : 0781813093
Genre : Cooking
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Explore Nepal in this new paperback edition! The landlocked nation of Nepal is tucked into the Himalayan mountains between India and China (Tibet). The Nepalese are proud of their time-worn temples, sublime scenery, hiking trails, and a rich and vibrant culture. Their cuisine is surprisingly diverse for such a small country, with influences from Chinese and Indian culinary methods and tastes. In this cookbook, the popular staple daal-baat-tarkaari (rice served with lentils and vegetables) is showcased in all its healthful variations, as are a variety of potato, meat, and fish dishes. With more than 350 authentic, easy-to-follow recipes, Taste of Nepal is a complete culinary journey with guides to Nepali ingredients and kitchen equipment and planning traditional meals, a Nepali-English glossary of terms, and delightful illustrations by a Nepali artist.

Cuisines Of The Alps

Author : Kay Shaw Nelson
ISBN : 0781810582
Genre : Cooking
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A majestic mountain system in south-central Europe, the Alps form an arc spanning almost 750 miles from the Mediterranean Sea through northern Italy and southeast France, Switzerland, southern Germany, and Austria and into the northwest part of the Balkan Peninsula. Cuisines of the Alps takes a culinary tour through the region, with stops in Northern Italy for risotto a la Milanese and osso buco; in Austrian for goulash and linzer torte; for dumplings in Bavaria; raclette in Switzerland; French trout au bleu, and in Slovenia for eggplant stew and walnut cake, among many other delights. Cuisines of the Alps will enhance your knowledge of the region's cookery, bringing the snow-capped peaks, with their robust, homey dishes into your kitchen.

A Taste Of Haiti

Author : Mirta Yurnet-Thomas
ISBN : 0781809983
Genre : Cooking
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With African, French, Arabic and Amerindian influences, the food and culture of Haiti are fascinating subjects to explore. From the days of slavery to present times, traditional Haitian cuisine has relied upon staples like root vegetables, pork, fish, and flavour enhancers like Pikliz (picklese, or hot pepper vinegar) and Zepis (ground spices). This cookbook offers over 100 Haitian recipes, including traditional holiday foods and the author's favourite drinks and desserts. Information on Haiti's history, holidays and celebrations, necessary food staples, and cooking methods will guide the home chef on a culinary adventure to this beautiful island. Recipe titles are given in English, Creole, and French.

My Love For Naples

Author : Anna Teresa Callen
ISBN : 0781812054
Genre : Cooking
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This book introduces readers to the cuisine of the author's favourite city. The cuisine of Naples has absorbed and perfected the influences of numerous Mediterranean regions. Neapolitan cuisine is known as the 'cooking of the poor' whose inventiveness with inexpensive local ingredients produced the region's famous mozzarella di bufala along with various soups, legumes, vegetables, rice and pasta. Not to mention the world renowned pizza-napoletana which has 'conquered the world more than the legions of Caesar!'

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