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Culinary Tea

Author : Cynthia Gold
ISBN : 9780762441716
Genre : Cooking
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This cutting-edge tome on one of the world's oldest ingredients and most popular beverages will be an invaluable tool for both home and professional cooks. Gold and Stern offer new ways of looking at tea: the leaves with a history stretching thousands of years is now a secret weapon in the culinary arsenal. Tea in its many forms has been around for thousands of years, and is a burgeoning industry in many countries as the demand for specialty leaves grows. Read all about the picking and drying techniques virtually unchanged for centuries, popular growing regions in the world, and the storied past of trading. Culinary Tea has all this, plus more than 100 recipes using everything from garden-variety black teas to exclusive fresh tea leaves and an in-depth treatment of tea cocktails. The book will include classics, such as the centuries-old Chinese Tea-Smoked Duck and Thousand-Year Old Eggs, as well as recipes the authors have developed and collected, such as Smoked Tea-Brined Capon and Assam Shortbread.
Category: Cooking

Tea Leaf Reading For Beginnners

Author : Caroline Dow
ISBN : 9780738723297
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Indulge in the age old custom of reading tea leaves.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Tea And Tourism

Author : Prof. Lee Jolliffe
ISBN : 1845413245
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 59.18 MB
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The global production, marketing and consumption of tea present a resource for tea-related tourism. Tea and Tourism: Tourists, Traditions and Transformations profiles tea cultures and examines the social, political and developmental contexts of using related traditions for touristic purposes. This volume views tourism related to tea from differing disciplinary perspectives, and from marketing, planning, entrepreneurial and developmental viewpoints. The book examines the transformation of indigenous and imported tea traditions into experiences for tourists. Profiling these tea experiences from around the world including the United Kingdom; Sri Lanka; India; China; Taiwan; Kenya and Canada the volume reveals the ways in which tea’s heritage is adapted for tourism consumption. This is the first definitive work on tea tourism. Global tea tourism trends are identified, while case examples provide fresh perspectives on the ongoing transformation of tea for tourism purposes.
Category: Business & Economics


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ISBN : CORNELL:31924095728774
Genre : Alcohol
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The Essence Of Gastronomy

Author : Peter Klosse
ISBN : 9781482216769
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 77.35 MB
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The Essence of Gastronomy: Understanding the Flavor of Foods and Beverages presents a new comprehensive and unifying theory on flavor, which answers ancient questions and offers new opportunities for solving food-related issues. It presents gastronomy as a holistic concept, focusing not only on the food and its composition but also on the human who eats it. This book defines gastronomy as the science of flavor and tasting, where flavor is a broadly interpreted objective characteristic that refers to product quality, and tasting is defined as the human perception of flavor registered by all the human senses. Understanding tasting and flavor and how humans react to it is not merely hedonistic. It relates to larger societal issues such as nourishing the elderly and the food children eat at school, and it offers a practical advantage to the hospitality industry of comprehending why customers enjoy their food and beverages. The book presents gastronomy as a discipline that combines natural sciences and human-related sciences. Following an introduction that sets the stage for the author’s groundbreaking research on gastronomy, the book describes flavor perception, the sensorial act of tasting, how it works, and what neural systems are involved. It then focuses on understanding flavor, discussing universal flavor factors and the new flavor theory. The book also examines food and beverages from a flavor standpoint, including the effects of ingredients and techniques that are used. It also explores liking, primarily at the flavor level, which includes practical guidelines for matching food and beverages. The final chapter looks at the interpretation of sensorial signals in the brain and addresses issues such as food choice, preferences, and palatability. Offering a new approach, this book provides readers with a roadmap for finding their way into the gastronomic world.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Shaaka Paakam Vegetarian Culinary Culture Of Telugu Andhra Draavida Community Of South India

Author : Meenakshi Ganti
ISBN : 9781848262539
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The purpose of this book is to present the traditional vegetarian recipes of a specific region in the vast Indian subcontinent and thereby illustrate a part of this vast diversity by focusing on the traditional vegetarian cooking practiced in the state of Andhra Pradesh in South India. There are variations even within this region and the presentation here pertains to a specific region in Northern Andhra Pradesh where our ancestors lived for several centuries. Indian food is often identified with curry and the menu is standardized into a set of items and marketed worldwide with minor variations. People are increasingly being forced by circumstances to fit themselves into a lifestyle that is dominated by globally marketed menu. Vegetarian food isregarded worldwide as healthy. In reality, the variety of Indian vegetarian food items alone is as vast as the Subcontinent itself and capturing all its rich diversity in a single book is by no means a simple task. Despite the availability of a gallery of cook books, the absence of a single comprehensive publication on this subject is therefore understandable. One often finds only a broad classification into North- and South-Indian cooking but no further focus on the finer and nicer elements of the vast mosaic of the actual reality. There is no serious attempt in this book to present the nutritional and medicinal values of the various food materials and their use in recipes in this book. The Encyclopedia of life Support Systems (EOLSS) now available online at may be consulted for such information.

Exploring China A Culinary Adventure

Author : Ching-He Huang
ISBN : 9781446417980
Genre : Cooking
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Exploring China: A Culinary Adventure is the delightful companion book to the BBC TV Show featuring their culinary adventure across China Two of the most highly respected authorities on Chinese and Oriental cooking today, Ken Hom and Ching-He Huang, come together in this exciting cookbook and is the result of their journey through China on a culinary and cultural odyssey to find the old, the new and the unexpected as shown in the BBC TV show. They tell the story of China, both old and new, through food. Each recipe in the book features a back story from Ken and Ching so you can learn the secret stories behind all your old favourite recipes and be inspired to find new ones. They cook with local families, en route to discover the influence of Buddhism on vegetarian food and whether the Chinese did actually invent tortellini in remote Kashgar before travelling to Sichuan Province, China's gastronomic capital. Ken is the old-hand who brought the wok to the West and Ching-He is the energetic newcomer. Together they uncover the secrets of Old China and the techniques of the new, fusing them together to create a unique and authoritative perspective on Chinese food that will surprise and inform.
Category: Cooking

The World Of Herbs Spices

Author : James K. McNair
ISBN : WISC:89050726710
Genre : Gardening
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A complete guide to 240 of the best for gardening, cooking and family crafts.
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Uncut The Inside Story Of Culinary School

Author : Patrice Johnson
ISBN : 9781468517224
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 46.4 MB
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These days many people are fascinated with the art of cooking. Some chefs are put up on a pedestal, achieving the fame of actors and there is a love affair with cooking which seems to be relentless. From those who diligently watch the Food TV Network, to the weekend at home gourmet chef, many talk about their dream of going to culinary school one day. When people learn that you are actually planning to attend a cooking school, their appetites are whetted for much more. Everyone says, “Tell us what it is really like at culinary school.” The perception of what it will be like to attend culinary school and what it was really like has not been compared until now. This is a story written by a former culinary student. I have no experience as a celebrity from television and I do not own my own famous restaurant. The story is unique because everyone can relate to this behind the scene look at culinary school from a candid and comical approach. Uncut: The Inside Story of Culinary School shares the educational perspective from a refreshing down to earth and frank approach. You will travel through culinary school as though you were right there in the classroom each and every day. The antics of the students will keep you laughing, as you realize that nobody has ever before shared these behind the scene stories about attending culinary school. From the first day in food history class and sanitation, to first aid, including the first day of using the knives. You will laugh and you will cry at this account of a diligent effort to learn to cook the way the chef instructor’s expect you to. Historical information and facts regarding cooking are also included in the story. In addition, recipes are also included.
Category: Cooking

Green Tea

Author : Mary Heiss
ISBN : 1558322981
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 39.36 MB
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Citing numerous health benefits that have been attributed to the consumption of green tea, a collection of sweet and savory recipes provides for a diverse range of foods and beverages and includes such options as Fruity Green Tea Hot Toddy, Toasted Coconut Iced Green Tea, and White Chocolate-Green Tea Ice Cream.
Category: Cooking