Author : Natalie Oldfield
ISBN : 047330726X
Genre : International cooking
File Size : 33.4 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
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Inspired by her own beloved grandmothers and their collective belief that "food made with love is the best kind of all" Natalie Oldfield has embarked on a very personal journey to collect the stories and culinary wisdom of over 60 grandmothers from Australia and around the world.
This book offers recipes that satisfy the experienced cook while supplying the easy, step-by-step directions that beginners can follow. Included are an extensive cross reference index, and emergency substitutions chart, and an ingredient equivalents chart for shopping convenience. Also includes a diabetic recipe section.
Author : Mabel Dawn Van Niekerk
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 20.50 MB
Format : PDF
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South Africans love their tradional food and love to try out new recipes as well. As a tribute to their beautiful sunny climate a lot of their entertaining is done outdoors. The traditional “Braai” – a barbeque – is the South Africans favorite way of entertaining. Any excuse is good enough to invite friends and family over for a “braai” served with fresh vegetable salads and either pot-bread or "vetkoek". Your family will enjoy the variety of tasty dishes you will be able to add to the family menus. "Melktert", "Koeksisters" and Grandma's saucy lemon pudding are easy to make.
Beautifully produced and laden with at least one gorgeous full page image per recipe, GRAN'S SWEET PANTRY is practical nostalgia: it contains easy- to-follow instructions on how to make Dulcie May's delicious baking and preserves. Continuing the home cook's tradition of sharing recipes, tucked in with Dulcie's recipes are favourites from family and friends, some old, some new.
This book is based on collections passed through generations from my mother, Bea, my grandmother, Honey and my great-great grandmother, Maah. It shares Maah’s journey from the Upcountry of Abbeville, South Carolina to the Lowcountry of Charleston and the sayings and food that fed their lives. My family loved to cook and share their meals with others and this book incorporates Honey Bea’s family’s recipes for simple meals from days gone by and their sayings, and stories for wisdom along with the Gullah Geechie heritage. At the end, I want to encourage you to research, preserve, write and publish your own family’s story.