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The Welsh Cake Cookbook

Author : Gilli Davies
ISBN : 1910862029
Genre :
File Size : 54.73 MB
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The Welsh Cake Cookbook features a selection of recipes celebrating one of Wales' best loved dishes - the Welsh cake. These little cakes are peculiar to Wales; the Irish are famous for their potato cakes, the Scots their oatcakes and the Bretons their crepes, but none make a sweet scone-like delicacy with quite the same appeal as the Welsh cake.

The Baking Cookbook

Author : Gilli Davies
ISBN : 1912050366
Genre : Baked products
File Size : 79.1 MB
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The Welsh Baking Cookbook features a selection of recipes for traditional and new Welsh baked dishes. With recipes for traditional Welsh bakes such as the iconic Bara Brith, Aberffraw Shortbread from Anglesey and a delicious glazed Apple Cake from Pembrokeshire. Complemented with tasteful colour photographs.
Category: Baked products

The American Ethnic Cookbook For Students

Author : Mark Zanger
ISBN : 9781573563451
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 21.7 MB
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qrovides 400 recipes that are American adaptions from over 120 ethnic groups including Black Muslims, Australians, Creoles, Dominicans, Filipinos, Koreans, and Persians.
Category: Cooking

Nosh The International Diet Cookbook

Author : LIV Jones
ISBN : 9780578053233
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 81.58 MB
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NOSH (noun) - Food. Inside this book is your chance to change things. Your journey awaits inside the pages to discover what could be the most important kitchen tool you'll ever find. It's more than just a cookbook, it's a survivalist handbook for cooking your favorite foods from around the world with healthy, uniquely original recipes that taste amazing! Liv Jones traveled to over seven countries including Belgium, France, Britain, Wales and Mexico to create this one of a kind cooking resource.
Category: Cooking

The Austin Food Blogger Alliance Cookbook

Author : The Austin Food Blogger Alliance
ISBN : 9781625840349
Genre : History
File Size : 53.35 MB
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As food communities around the world reinvented themselves through social media, some of the savviest online taste buds of one noted food capital banded together in 2010 to form the Austin Food Blogger Alliance. Through their blogs--and now their first-ever cookbook--these culinary enthusiasts share images of favorite dishes, stories of life in Texas and, of course, recipes. From Persian stew to Czech kolaches, Greek phyllo wraps and good old Texas sheet cake, each dish illustrates the diversity of the city and tempts even the most discerning of palates.
Category: History

Argentinian Cookbook Classic Argentinian Recipes

Author : Jose de Silva
ISBN : 9781311316714
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 38.49 MB
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Jose de Silva puts together some of Argentina's favourite recipes in this traditional cookbook that is full of South American flavour. Sample the delights of a classic Argentinian kitchen with dips, sandwiches, steaks and pot roasts. A delightful cookbook to bring the aroma and taste of South American into your home.
Category: Cooking

The Welsh Cook Book

Author : Anon
ISBN : 1445643391
Genre : Cooking, Welsh
File Size : 46.81 MB
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Welsh cooking traditions go back centuries. Beef and dairy cattle are raised widely. Sheep farming is extensive in the country and lamb is the meat traditionally associated with Welsh cooking, particularly in dishes such as roast lamb with fresh mint sauce. The leek, as something of the nation’s ‘national’ vegetable, also features prominently. Welsh cooking often includes seafood, especially close to the coast, where fishing culture is strong and fisheries are common. In this, the quintessential Welsh cook book, the Right Honorable Lady Llanover, following a meeting with ‘the Welsh hermit of the Cell of St Gover’, explores traditional Welsh cuisine from the turn of the century, with an excellent range of homemade recipes such as South Wales Salmon, Welsh Mutton Chops, Welsh Leek Broth and Welsh Cakes.
Category: Cooking, Welsh

The Traditional Aga Cookbook

Author : Louise Walker
ISBN : 9781472961990
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 21.92 MB
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From soups to sauces and breads to bakes and everything in between, Louise Walker provides an essential companion for all Aga owners, packed full of delicious recipes and her invaluable top tips for how to get the best out of your Aga. The book presents a range of classic recipes, showing you how to perfect a soufflé in the Aga, or make the perfect chips. Louise then moves on to recipes showcasing what the Aga does best – slow cooking. With dishes such as braised chicken and chicory, Moroccan lamb cous cous and Boston baked beans, these are trouble-free recipes, full of rich and vibrant flavours. In the final chapter we explore the area of Aga cooking that fills most people with dread – baking. Putting to bed the myth that baking is a problem for the Aga, Louise provides recipes for simple breads, rolls and cakes, and absolute classics such as brownies, scones and Victoria sponge, as well as focaccias, bagels and biscotti. This beautiful book will become your constant go-to in the kitchen.
Category: Cooking