soframiz


No.ISBN : 9781607749196
Author : Ana Sortun
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Ten Speed Press
Copyright Year : 2016-10-11
File Format : PDF, EPUB
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DESCRIPTION : A charming collection of 100 recipes from Cambridge's Sofra Bakery and Cafe, showcasing modern Middle Eastern spices and flavors with exotic yet accessible sweet and savory dishes geared toward everyday cooking and entertaining. Ana Sortun and Maura Kilpatrick have traveled extensively throughout Turkey and the Middle East, researching recipes and gaining inspiration for their uber-popular cafe and bakery, Sofra. In their first cookbook together, the two demystify and explore the flavors of this popular region, creating accessible, fun recipes for everyday eating and entertaining. With a primer on essential ingredients and techniques, and recipes such as Morning Buns with Orange Blossom Glaze, Whipped Feta with Sweet and Hot Peppers, Eggplant Manoushe with Labne and Za'atar, and Sesame Caramel Cashews, Soframiz will transport readers to the markets and kitchens of the Middle East.


No.ISBN : 9781903018996
Author : Mark McWilliams
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Oxford Symposium
Copyright Year : 2013-07-01
File Format : PDF, EPUB
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DESCRIPTION : Contains essays presented at the 2012 Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery


No.ISBN : 9781780239392
Author : Priscilla Mary Isin
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Reaktion Books
Copyright Year : 2018-05-15
File Format : PDF, EPUB
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DESCRIPTION : The Ottoman Empire was one of the largest and longest-lasting empires in history—and one of the most culinarily inclined. In this powerful and complex concoction of politics, culture, and cuisine, the production and consumption of food reflected the lives of the empire’s citizens from sultans to soldiers. Food bound people of different classes and backgrounds together, defining identity and serving symbolic functions in the social, religious, political, and military spheres. In Bountiful Empire, Priscilla Mary Işın examines the changing meanings of the Ottoman Empire’s foodways as they evolved over more than five centuries. Işın begins with the essential ingredients of this fascinating history, examining the earlier culinary traditions in which Ottoman cuisine was rooted, such as those of the Central Asian Turks, Abbasids, Seljuks, and Byzantines. She goes on to explore the diverse aspects of this rich culinary culture, including etiquette, cooks, restaurants, military food, food laws, and food trade. Drawing on everything from archival documents to poetry and featuring more than one hundred delectable illustrations, this meticulously researched, beautiful volume offers fresh and lively insight into an empire and cuisine that until recent decades have been too narrowly viewed through orientalist spectacles.


No.ISBN : 9781848858985
Author : Mary Isin
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : I.B.Tauris
Copyright Year : 2013-01-08
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DESCRIPTION : An engaging tribute to the history and cultural significance of Turkish desserts explores their endless varieties and the stories behind several famous sweets as reflected in royal and everyday venues. 10,000 first printing.


No.ISBN : UOM:39015061140409
Author : Suraiya Faroqhi
Genre : Cooking, Turkish
Publisher :
Copyright Year : 2003
File Format : PDF, EPUB
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