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  • Relié: 272 pages
  • Editeur : Phaidon Press Ltd (25 octobre 2012)
  • Collection : FOOD COOK
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0714864706
  • ISBN-13: 978-0714864709
  • Dimensions du produit: 22,2 x 3,2 x 29,8 cm
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Format: Relié Achat vérifié
J'adore la démarche du livre qui va au delà de la recette. Le cuisinier partage ses trouvailles, l'histoire de son plat et ses techniques. Le vinaigre dans le bois brûlé, le fumage de la viande au charbon de bois, sapins, lichens, mousse, feuilles d'automne, vigne aussi, les thés aux feuilles de la forêt, les aromates sauvages, les fermentations... La cuisine est centrée sur la cueillette saisonnière et les produits locaux ou fait maison (il y a d'ailleurs à la fin la carte des menus de chaque mois). Les procédés, la recherche de l’assaisonnement et le lien humain en cuisine sont très inspirants ! Un livre humain entre nature nordique et forestière, les lieux du restaurant, les ingrédients, les saveurs, les textures, les cuisiniers et les hôtes.

Petit bémol, les photo du livre sont extra mais le design culinaire parfois l'emporte sur l'idée du plat (seulement sur la photo; les recettes elles sont bien complètes).
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Beautiful book about a unique place, difficult to find ingredients 17 octobre 2012
Par Naomi Manygoats - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Faviken is a beautiful book about the very unique cuisine served at the remote restaurant of the same name in Sweden. Most of the book consists of text explaining the restaurant, about the meat, fish, and plants used. there are gorgeous pictures as well throughout the book. I appreciate the authors efforts in capturing the unique use of local, sustainable food, and think this would be inspiring to others around the world to do similar things.

As a cookbook however that Americans might want to cook from, even professionally trained chefs will have a problem with it. Not because the ingredients that do have units are given in metric (80g dry-aged blade of beef, cut into a loin), but because the ingredients themselves would be extremely difficult, if not impossible, for most cooks to track down.

Here are some recipes from the book:
'A tiny slice of top blade from a retired dairy cow, dry aged for nine months, crispy reindeer lichen, fermented green gooseberries, fennel salt'
and
'Thrush with drying mushrooms, fresh cucumber, fermented fennel and cottage cheese'
and
Hazelhen, fresh lingonberries, which calls for '3 perfectly shot and matured hazelhens, taken out of the fridge plenty of time in advance, hearts and livers reserved' as well as '6 handfuls very fresh lingonberries, attached with some of the tiny leaves (not the big woody ones).

I started to rather desperately turn to the root vegetables section for something I could cook, and found general methods of preserving them, and the same for vegetables. Recipes in the vegetable section include 'Fermented juice of mushrooms and oats' and 'Vegetables cooked with autumn leaves', both leaves from this year and last year.

So while it is a beautiful book to read and look at, and I am sure dining at the restaurant would be amazing, I doubt that I will ever cook from it. I don't think there is a single recipe I want to jump in the kitchen and make. I would have to do too many substitutions. Still, it is going to be a good historical book documenting very local foraging and game that will no doubt inspire others.
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My mind is blown! 23 octobre 2012
Par Heather F. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I am not the type to write a review of a cook book, not having cooked anything from it...or give it 5 stars, but it is almost impossible to cook any recipe in this book. That doesn't mean it isn't a worthwhile read. I was stunned and amazed at the ideas here. I fancy myself a locavore, but this goes beyond what the average person can do to eat locally...mostly because of where the author lives and the access he has to these unique ingredients and the ability to do his own aging and butchering.

There are things in this book I could never conceive of. There is a recipe for a dish called Kalvdans, and the primary ingredient is a cow's colostrum. Yes...colostrum. He uses pig's blood to make little bowls and turnip leaves that "have never seen the light of day". To make the broth of autumn leaves, you've really got to think ahead...you need some leaves from the current autumn as well as some from last autumn. His ideas and recipes are astounding and beautiful.

So, this is not a cookbook to actually cook from. But, that doesn't mean you shouldn't get it...just don't buy it as a cook book, buy it for the story it tells. It is a new way of thinking about food. It gives you an amazing glimpse of a completely foreign way of life and way of eating. It makes you rethink why we raise and process and then eat products the way we currently do. The author has a love and respect of where food comes from and it really gets you thinking about how things maybe should be different. There's sections on how to butcher...everything. He even teaches you how to properly peel a carrot. In short, this book is magical.

Now...where do you think I can pick up some "perfectly matured grouse, innards reserved"...
17 internautes sur 21 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Inspiring 15 novembre 2012
Par KaytiAnne - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
No, I likely will never cure my own vinegar in a hollowed out birch stump, or learn the Japanese method of butchering whole fish before fermenting them. But the thing that is most stunning about this book is the cooking philosophy shared by Magnus Nilsson. Don't buy this as a cookbook, unless you are a serious cook- he is sharing all his secrets! Buy it for the myriad tips, tricks, and epiphanies you will discover about flavor and sourcing ingredients.
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Faviken 7 janvier 2013
Par corwin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Fäviken is a singular restaurant located in the isolated, little known region of Jämtland, Sweden. Fäviken has a dedicated, local/seasonal approach to every aspect of production and cooking of food. The extreme weather in the region acts not as constraint but as a collaborative element that produces innovation and imaginative food. This demanding dialogue with the land is fore grounded in the dishes, service and overall ethos of Fäviken. Chef Magnus Nilsson questions the nature of the relationship between food production and ambitious cooking and how this dynamic can form a completely new yet developed cuisine.

The book Fäviken, published by Phaidon has done a fantastic job recreating every aspect of the restaurant's life. In a series of introductions where the personality of Magnus Nillson is introduced as well has his own writing; some of the central themes are presented. The essay, "A Wednesday at Faviken- how the restaurant works," uses a precise but candid tone that gives you a point of view perspective on what goes into a single nights service. Sections on meat, fish, plants and dairy break down the idiosyncratic methods used at Faviken. At the end of each section are the recipes. Nilsson's recipes are constructed more as narratives than as precise instructions on how to cook each dish. As he articulates how each dish developed into its current state it becomes clear that change is never forced but a product of necessity, a dish may evolve slowly, quickly change, or stay the same over the course of a season. Nilsson's humble relationship to each ingredient also shines through. He treats every product used in the restaurant as ends unto themselves, not vehicles for the chef's artistry. A good example is his, "Scallops cooked over burning juniper branches," where nothing is used in the dish besides perfect scallops and perfect cooking, no seasoning, no sauce, only the ingredient elevated to its full potential. There is nothing extraneous in any of the dishes, no dripping of brightly colored sauces or abstract plating strategies because for Nilsson, that would only further remove the ingredients from their place in the world, just outside the doors of the restaurant.

There are many practical skills to take out of the book as well. From making lighter broths, diverse preserving techniques, even the simple realization that all ingredients cook evenly if at room temperature, to the whimsical approach of maturing vinegar in a burnt-out trunk of a spruce tree, Nilsson's imagination is irresistible. The urge to incorporate some element of the hyper-local/backyard/foraging sensibility into every thing you make will take hold. Juniper needles will end up in your mushroom sauce, you will be steeping autumn leaves in a tea pot, cooking a simple cut of meat becomes much more involved and you are constantly scanning the forest floor for treats. In the introduction Mattias Kroon writes, " For me, the greatest achievement here is the invention of a style of cooking...If Magnus can do it at Faviken then someone can reinvent cuisine on a mountain in Siberia, or in a valley in Bulgaria, or on the coastline of the Seychelles, and on top of one of the stone sculptures on the Easter Islands..." Through Faviken and Mangus Nilsson we learn that new, regional cuisine, can only achieve its full expression by looking intently within its own structures and traditions. Structures and traditions we all have, that are all around us, if we would only notice them.
4 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Nice book to read when you are home sick (yes, I'm Swedish). 19 décembre 2012
Par Saelj A Nilsson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I bought this book to read for entertainment and help me with some homesickness. The photos are beautiful and reminds me very much of home. The recipes are interesting to read, but probably not something I'll ever make as a home cook, except some of the condiments that would be easy enough to make. It is fun to see what people are paying a lot of money to go and visit in an isolated place and how this small place could make it to the top in the very competitive restaurant world.
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