The Couple's Cookbook: Recipes for Newlyweds [EPUB]
12 November 2019, 09:17
2019 | EPUB | ISBN: 9780399581465 | 239.13MB
A beautiful primer for newlyweds starting their first home together, full of achievable, modern recipes for weeknight meals, weekend brunches, and everything in between.
The Couple's Cookbook is an inviting collection of simple and comforting recipes for any food-loving pair who wants to answer the eternal question: what should we eat? Written by a married couple, these recipes are delicious, modern classics such as Grilled Curry Chicken Salad Lettuce Cups, Red Potato Salad with Smoked Bacon and Chives, Spicy Shrimp Tacos with Mexican-Style Slaw, and Caramel Cheesecake Jars. There are photographs for almost every recipe in the book so that new cooks can learn with ease, and the methods are foolproof every time. There's also a section on cocktails and setting up a home bar to help make any of these meals into a dinner party. With tips and tricks for cooking alone or together, and recipes for any occasion, this book will teach any couple how to eat and live well.
Copenhagen Cult Recipes [EPUB]
10 November 2019, 09:06
2019 | EPUB | ISBN: 9781911632313 | 152.47MB
Let Copenhagen Cult Recipes take you on a journey to the heart of Copenhagen's culinary traditions, to find out why the Danes embrace their food heritage so passionately, and why their way of life continues to be adopted enthusiastically around the world. This cuisine centres around 'hygge', the cosy atmosphere for which the Danes are famed - shared tables, outside eating, simple local produce, eaten in company. It's about keeping things simple and tasty, and using space wisely by growing fresh herbs and greens on rooftops, in window boxes and small vegetable patches.
Featuring iconic location shots and food photography that showcases traditional dishes with a modern twist, together with recipes from some of the most influential contemporary restaurants Copenhagen has to offer.
Food: The History of Taste [EPUB]
07 November 2019, 21:09
2019 | EPUB | ISBN: 9780500295373 | 32.75MB
Surveys the history of changing tastes in food and fine dining what was available for people to eat, and how it was prepared and served from prehistory to the present day
Since earliest times food has encompassed so much more than just what we eat whole societies can be revealed and analysed by their cusines. In this wide-ranging book, leading historians from Europe and America piece together from a myriad sources the culinary accomplishments of diverse civilizations, past and present, and the pleasures of dining.
Ten chapters cover the food and taste of the hunter-gatherers and first farmers of Prehistory; the rich Mediterranean cultures of Ancient Greece and Rome; the development of gastronomy in Imperial China; Medieval Islamic cuisine; European food in the Middle Ages; the decisive changes in food fashions after the Renaissance; the effect of the Industrial Revolution on what people ate; the rise to dominance of French cuisine in the 19th and 20th centuries; the evolution of the restaurant; the contemporary situation where everything from slow to fast food vies for our attention. Throughout, the entertaining story of worldwide food traditions provides the ideal backdrop to todays roaming the globe for great gastronomic experiences.