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Balinese Food: The Traditional Cuisine & Food Culture of Bali (Anglais) Broché – 8 mai 2014

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Balinese food is singular among the world's cuisine: dedicated to the gods and fueled by an aromatic array of achingly fresh spices, this culinary art is inextricably bound to Bali's Hindu religion, culture and community life. In Balinese Food: The Traditional Cuisine of Bali, Dr. Vivienne Kruger bears witness to Bali's time-honored and authentic village cuisine and brings it to life for readers. In over 20 detailed chapters, Dr. Kruger explores Bali's creative culinary arts and its unique food culture. From chapters on the traditional Balinese kitchen to snacking at warungs (small cafes) and markets to the much-loved Indonesian satays with a Balinese twist and, of course, the heavenly kopi Bali coffee, this book provides a roadmap into the exotic world of Bali and her foods. With over 40 recipes scattered throughout, Balinese Food is more than an armchair travel book or a cookbook of exotic foods. The recipes, full of exotic aromas, flavors, textures and ingredients, serve to bring to life how important the rituals around food truly are for the Balinese people. In Bali, people cook to eat but, just as importantly, to honor and serve the gods. The sections devoted to ingredients, equipment and a resource guide, along with the narrative of a social and cultural historian who deeply loves Bali, makes Balinese Food a balanced and informative guide to the food of a nation. Welcome to Bali!

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Interesting book 19 novembre 2014
Par SandrasKitchenNook - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
I don't know if I'd necessarily call this a cookbook. It's as much a book on the history and culture of Bali as it is about cooking. There is not a huge number of recipes in this book and, let's be frank, some are more about the culture than what a lot of us would consider cooking--Fried Dragonflies or "Holy Water" anyone? Other recipes are quite delightful such as Mixed Rice, or Grilled Ground Chicken in Balinese Spicy Sauce with Fresh Shredded Coconut and even Banana Fritters.

This is a fascinating read on Balinese culture and I would highly recommend it to anyone interested in or planning on traveling to Bali. If you're just looking for Balinese food, it may or may not be right for you. There are almost no photos of the dishes, and that is very important to me when I'm trying to cook a totally unfamiliar cuisine. I like to be able to see what it's supposed to look like when I'm finished. Some of the recipes aren't as clear as I'd like, either. One recipe says to grill then young coconut for 5 minutes and then chop into cube sized pieces. Young coconut isn't something I typically cook with so I'm a little stumped. Do you grill it whole? Do you cut it in half and grill it? It's not very clear. There are multiple unfamiliar and hard to find ingredients as well, though there is a resource guide in the back of the book for places to buy Indonesian ingredients.

Overall, while this is a fascinating book, it's probably not one I'll be going back to very often.

I received a copy of this book from Tuttle Publishing for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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A return to Bali 3 mai 2014
Par Goldy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
Dr Kruger takes the reader on a journey of discovery in Balinese Food. I have read, enjoyed and learnt more about the history and culture of one of my favourite destinations. I have as yet only tried to make the Nasi Goreng, and of course the taste is not the same as when it is made in Bali.
Balinese Food is not a cook book but a history of the culture and foods of Bali. The author provides the reader with an excellent insight and understanding of the cuisine and cultures of the people and the traditions of Bali.

I recommend this book to those who are looking for more than a recipe book but an insight into this fantastic culture.
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Highly readable and potentially tasty 27 mai 2014
Par VMVaughan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Kruger's book is an important contribution to the current trend in writing about food: setting eating and cooking customs into their broad social, economic, and religious contexts. In fascinating detail, and with abundant recipes, Balinese Food introduces readers to a very different world from the one most Americans know. It makes one want to go to Bali to see the culture and taste the food that Kruger so eloquently describes.
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Take a trip to Bali through food 25 avril 2014
Par Margery Hamai - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Enter Bali through the food, spices and cooking culture of the island. An array of favorite dishes drinks, and desserts for those who's passion is food. Interesting and enjoyable reading and cooking!
A Celebration of Balinese Food! 27 décembre 2014
Par John Dean Alfone - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have known Dr, Vivian Kruger since 1997 and can attest that she is the consummate gentlewoman and a Columbia University scholar like myself. The absolute love of her life is the island of Bali and it shows in every page of her book "Balinese Food."

What sets this work apart from other works on this topic is that for each recipe that she presents from this tropical island she includes a historical context about the particular food. Part history book and part cookbook, this 304-page work gives a birds-eye view of a culture for which very little was known by the Western world until the 20th Century. Known as the country with the nickname "Morning of the World," this fantastical piece of reportage/gastronomical celebration allows you to eat, cook, and pray your way through the last paradise of the world. With the way that the reader gets a tour of various locales in the country where the food is prepared, at times it feels like this piece of exploratory "non-fiction" is also a Lonely Planet guide book.

I hope you enjoy this book as the recipes are quite exotic. Bon apetit!

-John Alfone
Corsair Media Productions
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