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The Best Of Ukrainian Cuisine

Author : Bohdan Zahny
ISBN : 0781806542
Genre : Cooking
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Now updated with a complete list of menu terms in Ukrainian and English, this unique cookbook presents both traditional and contemporary Ukrainian cuisine in an easy-to-use menu format. Ukrainian dishes call for a variety of ingredients including natural products such as meat, poultry, fish, mushrooms, eggs, vegetables and fruits. Here is a comprehensive guide to Ukrainian cooking, including favourites like: zakusky (appetisers), ioushky (cabbage soup), kasha (buckwheat groats), pyrizhky (stuffed pastries), and medovyky (honey cakes).
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The Modern Ukrainian Kitchen

Author : Anna Melher
ISBN : 1984268716
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Modern Ukrainian cuisine is a new way to look at your favorite dishes. Such an interpretation of the authentic recipes is the best fit for those who for the first time to meet her

Ukrainian Cuisine With An American Touch And Ingredients

Author : Nadejda Reilly
ISBN : 9781453511862
Genre : Cooking
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It is a unique cookbook with original Ukrainian recipes flavored with Nadejda Reilly’s personal touch. It contains a brief history of Ukraine and cultural and traditional background of its people. In addition, it includes the author’s personal stories of faith as well as her cooking and baking experiences and who influenced them.
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Farms And Foods Of The Garden State

Author : Brian Yarvin
ISBN : 0781810833
Genre : Cooking
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This second in Hippocrene's line of state cookbooks is a comprehensive look at the incredibly diverse and bountiful state of New Jersey. The author captures the essence of the Garden State by profiling some of its most interesting farms, including a vineyard, a buffalo ranch, and a trout hatchery. More than 100 simple easy-to-follow recipes feature products from the profiled farms, making the direct but often overlooked connection between farmers and cooks. Recipes such as Chicken Vindaloo, Italian style stewed Peppers, and Portuguese Kale Soup also reflect New Jersey's ethnic diversity. An ingredients glossary and a shopping guide are also included.
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25 Popular Dishes From Ukraine

Author : Olenka Books
ISBN : 9781310181627
Genre : Cooking
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This is a collection of 25 popular dishes from the Ukrainian cuisine (5 soups, 5 sides, 5 main dishes, 5 salads, and 5 desserts). They are quite healthy, easy enough to make, and very delicious. Perfect for busy people who like to eat nutritious foods. I don’t know about your life, but mine is quite busy with work and different side projects. Besides, to tell you the truth, I am not a big fan of cooking – spending hours in the kitchen every day just doesn’t excite me. At the same time, I like to eat healthy and nutritious food – junk and fast food doesn’t appeal to me at all. You can easily see my dilemma here. Originally from Ukraine, I’ve been living and working in different countries, and although I like trying things from other cuisines when I eat out or travel, I do miss and prefer the daily foods of my own culture. I’ve never considered myself a great cook; in fact, I believed that the things I normally make at home are too simple and wouldn’t impress anyone. However, when I happen to share my dishes with foreign friends who visit my house, to my surprise they always remark how delicious those are and often ask for the recipe. So I decided to put together a number of common recipes from my culture, simplify and even healthify them a little to my own current cooking and eating standards, and share them with anyone interested in trying them out. Hence this first book in my collection of Ukrainian cooking, with more to come soon. Happy tasting!
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Author : Cherie Hamilton
ISBN : 0781810809
Genre : Cooking
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The largest nation in South America, Brazil is home to vast rain forests, pristine tropical beaches, and the world's largest river, the Amazon. This book explores the nation's distinct regional cuisine, and explains how Amerindian, European and African contributions have come together to form modern Brazilian cookery. More than 130 recipes range from Feijoada, the Brazilian national dish, to lesser-known delicacies such as Shrimp and Bread Pudding, Crab Soup and Banana Brittle. Also included are suggested menus, a list of ingredient sources, and a glossary of Brazilian culinary terms. The author has travelled extensively throughout the Portuguese-speaking world. She developed a love for Brazilian cooking when she lived in Brazil in the 1960s.
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A Ligurian Kitchen

Author : Laura Giannatempo
ISBN : 0781811716
Genre : Cooking
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Liguria on the Italian Riviera is home to some of Italy's finest cooking. The Ligurian kitchen is famous for fish, fresh produce and herbs. Tales of loveable uncles and a lyrical account of making pasta in the midst of a storm tantalise just as much as the sumptuous recipe on offer in this book. In these 100 recipes, the specialities of artisan bread bakers and those of the region's 'cucina povera' combine to create a zestful collection that exemplifies 'that extraordinary marriage of land and sea that is Ligurian cuisine'.
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Ukrainian Cuisine With An American Touch And Ingredients Gluten Free

Author : Nadejda Reilly
ISBN : 9781453511893
Genre : Cooking
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It is a unique cookbook with original Ukrainian recipes and use of gluten-free flours and grains flavored with Nadejda Reilly's personal touch. It contains brief history of Ukraine and cultural and traditional background of it's people. In addition, it includes author's personal stories of faith as well as her cooking and baking experiences and who influenced them.
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Author : Andrew Evans
ISBN : 1841623113
Genre : Travel
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Ukraine is something of an enigma for the visitor. The largest country in Europe, it remains one of the least visited, yet it has retained the rustic beauty of old-world eastern Europe, and its place names are heavy with historical significance: Kiev, Crimea, Sevastopol, Odessa, Chernobyl. This fully updated third edition of Bradt’s Ukraine guide keeps visitors up to speed with this rapidly evolving country. Covering everything from the best places for borsch to the best walks along the Black Sea – alongside an in-depth exploration of Ukraine’s history, culture and natural beauty – this is the most comprehensive and practical guide available to a destination as yet undiscovered by the tourist crowds.
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Festive Ukrainian Cooking

Author : Marta Pisetska Farley
ISBN : 080205983X
Genre : Cooking
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In old Ukraine, cuisine was a highly developed art form. Traditional cookery, here evoked in a comprehensive and well-researched assortment of menus and recipes, reflected the productivity of a rich farming and sheepraising region, celebrated the festivals in the church calendar, and marked important family milestones—births, christenings, name days, betrothals, weddings, and commemorations of the dead. In addition to precise instructions designed for the modern kitchen, thirty-eight drawings illustrate the correct technique for filling dumplings and cabbage rolls and the artistry involved in baking the famous Ukrainian Easter paska and fancifully embellished wedding breads. An authoritative reference section and note on sources will be an aid to scholars and all concerned with the preservation of Ukrainian culture. Far more than a cookbook, festive Ukrainian Cooking is also a definitive account of traditional Ukrainian culture as perpetuated in family rituals and lovingly celebrated with elegantly prepared food and drink. Working from original sources in Ukrainian, Russian, and Polish, and drawing on long experience as an accomplished cook herself, Marta Pisetska Parley arranges these recipes as they were enjoyed throughout the year, beginning with the Christmas season and ending with succulent dishes made with wild mushrooms gathered in the fall. Chapter introductions describe the folkways associated with major holidays and family events and the symbolic and celebratory role of food appropriate to each. Devotees of ethnic cuisine, experienced cooks and beginners alike, will find much to choose from in this authoritative collection that encompasses the best of a rich, varied, and healthful culinary tradition.
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