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The Food Cooking Of Germany

Author : Mirko Trenkner
ISBN : 1903141672
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 24.34 MB
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Presents a collection of sixty recipes for appetizers, salads, soups, snacks, main dishes, puddings, desserts, cakes, and breads.
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The Kitchen Food And Cooking In Reformation Germany

Author : Volker Bach
ISBN : 9781442251281
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 45.22 MB
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This work introduces readers to German culinary history in the Reformation era from the perspective of social history, and explores food and eating in terms of their economic, social, and religious ramifications. Food production, preparation, and consumption are in the foreground. Recipes and other relevant sources are provided in translation.
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Classic Recipes Of Germany

Author : Mirko Trenkner
ISBN : 0754828379
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 72.43 MB
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This little cookbook offers a wonderful taste of Germany's culinary heritage with over 25 mouthwatering recipes. Hearty and nourishing, the selected dishes represent the very best that Germany has to offer and each recipe introduction gives a fascinating insight into the background of German cuisine.
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Beyond Bratwurst

Author : Ursula Heinzelmann
ISBN : 9781780233024
Genre : Cooking
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Thanks to Oktoberfest and the popularity of beer gardens, our thoughts on German food are usually relegated to beer, sausage, pretzels, and limburger cheese. But the inhabitants of modern-day Germany do not live exclusively on bratwurst. Defying popular perception of the meat and potatoes diet, Ursula Heinzelmann’s Beyond Bratwurst delves into the history of German cuisine and reveals the country’s long history of culinary innovation. Surveying the many traditions that make up German food today, Heinzelmann shows that regional variations of the country’s food have not only been marked by geographic and climatic differences between north and south, but also by Germany’s political, cultural, and socioeconomic history. She explores the nineteenth century’s back-to-the-land movement, which called for people to grow food on their own land for themselves and others, as well as the development of modern mass-market products, rationing and shortages under the Nazis, postwar hunger, and divisions between the East and West. Throughout, she illustrates how Germans have been receptive to influences from the countries around them and frequently reinvented their cuisine, developing a food culture with remarkable flexibility. Telling the story of beer, stollen, rye bread, lebkuchen, and other German favorites, the recipe-packed Beyond Bratwurst will find a place on the shelves of food historians, chefs, and spätzle lovers alike.
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Exam Prep For The Food And Cooking Of Greece A Classic

Author : David Mason
ISBN : PKEY:QA3694855
Genre : Education
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A civilization is any complex society characterized by urban development, social stratification imposed by a cultural elite, symbolic systems of communication (for example, writing systems), and a perceived separation from and domination over the natural environment. This book provides over 2,000 Exam Prep questions and answers to accompany the text The Food And Cooking Of Greece A Classic ... Items include highly probable exam items: Secularism, Scientific revolution, Abbasid Caliphate, and more.
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Food Culture In Germany

Author : Ursula Heinzelmann
ISBN : 9780313344947
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 60.78 MB
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Up to date and thorough, this is destined to be a classic overview of Germany's revived and invigorated food culture.
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The Food And Cooking Of Estonia Latvia And Lithuania

Author : Silvena Johan Lauta
ISBN : 1903141664
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 25.73 MB
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Explore the delights of the traditional cuisines of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania with this collection of 60 recipes. The book offers a history of the region's culinary traditions, and a guide to the local ingredients, from beetroot and horseradish to black pudding and elderberries.
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The Wurst

Author : Otto Wolff
ISBN : 9781925418415
Genre : Cooking, German
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A book celebrating all the greats of German cuisine--a food culture as rich as any other in Europe. For too long it's been a cuisine undervalued against those other European stalwarts--French and Italian. It is time to put German food into the spotlight! Classic German food is ridiculously delicious and super easy to prepare--from slow-cooked roasts to hearty salads, tasty snacks, enriched breads, and moreish desserts--it has it all. Hot dogs, burgers, pretzels, rye bread, and beer are just some of the hugely popular foods that had their origins in Germany. Even if you think you have no knowledge of German food, you would be surprised how influential this cuisine has been throughout history.
Category: Cooking, German

Spoonfuls Of Germany

Author : Nadia Hassani
ISBN : 0781810574
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 59.13 MB
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This book goes beyond the sauerkraut and knackwurst stereotype to unveil the often overlooked diversity of German cuisine. 170 regional recipes range from classic dishes, such as spaetzle with cheese and sauerbraten to forgotten delicacies like Westfalian pumpernickel pudding. Numerous profiles, anecdotes, and food lore complete the book.
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The German Cookbook

Author : Mimi Sheraton
ISBN : 9780307754578
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 57.9 MB
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Now in a celebratory fiftieth anniversary edition, The German Cookbook is the definitive authority on German cuisine, from delicious soups and entrees to breads, desserts, and the greatest baking specialties in the world. In addition to easy-to-follow recipes, renowned food writer Mimi Sheraton also includes recommendations for restaurants at home and abroad, as well as tips on ordering traditional fare. Historically, German influence on the American diet, from hamburgers and frankfurters to jelly doughnuts and cakes, has been enormous. But, as the author writes in a brand-new Preface, “Americans have begun to realize that Austrian and German cooks have long been adept at preparing foods that are newly fashionable here, whether for reasons of health, seasonality, economy or just pure pleasure.” Many standards foreshadowed the precepts of new cooking, such as pickling, and combining sweet with savory. Alongside old Bavarian favorites, The German Cookbook includes recipes for nose-to-tail pork, wild game, and organ meats; hearty root vegetables and the entire cabbage family; main-course soups and one-pot meals; whole-grain country breads and luscious chocolate confections; and lesser-known dishes worthy of rediscovery, particularly the elegant seafood of Hamburg. Since Mimi Sheraton first began her research more than fifty years ago, she has traveled extensively throughout Germany, returning with one authentic recipe after another to test in her own kitchen. Today, The German Cookbook is a classic in its field, a testament to a lifetime of spectacular meals and gustatory dedication. So Prosit and gut essen: cheers and good eating! From the Hardcover edition.
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