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Mediterranean: Food of the Sun, a Culinary Tour of Sun-drenched Shores With over 350 Evocative Dishes from Southern Europe (Anglais) Broché – 3 septembre 2012

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This is a culinary tour of sun-drenched shores with over 350 evocative dishes from southern Europe. It offers evocative dishes from Spain, Greece, Italy, France, Portugal, North Africa and the Middle East - a culinary tour of fields of herbs, olive groves, white-washed mountain villages and bountiful seas. A rich variety of grains, beans and breads are covered, from authentic risottos to delicious olive breads, plus mouth-watering desserts and pastries. Recipes include classic dishes such as bouillabaisse, moussaka and risotto alla Milanese as well as more exotic dishes such as brandade de morue, Greek Easter bread and spiced duck with pears. Every recipe is photographed step by step, and is accompanied by a picture of the finished dish, making this stunning collection accessible as well as inspirational. From Spain to the Middle East, and beyond the islands of Greece, the countries of the Mediterranean have each developed distinctive uses for the sun-drenched fruits, vegetables, herbs, fish and shellfish that are so wonderfully abundant in this region. One of the delights of Mediterranean food is its diversity.Each country has its own best-loved ingredients and cooking techniques, and each cuisine has its own unique character, but one thing is common to all - the superb quality of the raw ingredients used. Whether you choose a simple salad or a fabulous fish stew, this rich collection will bring you the true taste of the Mediterranean.

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Useful and beautiful 5 février 2007
Par Bruce Kennett - Publié sur
I have two points of reference for talking about this book: I lived in France and adore French cooking, especially Provençal, and I am a book designer and photographer. This book has turned out to be my favorite go-to resource over the past couple of years (the other one being Rosso and Lukins, The New Basics Cookbook). Of the dozens of recipes I have tried, every single one has been wonderful, not only in taste and appearance, but quantities and directions were also accurate. Finally, the quality of the photographs (beautiful crockery, food styling, lighting) and the ease of reading make this a complete joy to use. Enthusiastically recommended!
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I love this book 25 décembre 2007
Par C. Austin - Publié sur
Amazing recipes, beautiful pictures, this is a wonderful cookbook. The book is very well written, combining excellent recipes with history of the area. I had been looking for new vegetable recipes, and here they are! The recipes I have tried are simple, delicious and on target with measurements and timings. This really does have it all - meat, poultry, fish, shellfish, vegetables and desserts (make sure to try the Lemon Tart - YUMMY). The pictures are step by step to show you the recipe from start to finish. If you are or you know someone that is trying to eliminate processed foods from their lifestyle, this is a great addition to your library.
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Fantastic gift 10 juillet 2009
Par Kevin R. Supak - Publié sur
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I got this cookbook for my wife's birthday and I want to get one for all the cooks in my family now. The pictures are vivid and the instructions are clear. My family likes cookbooks with pictures and this fit the bill. It has over 500 pages of good recipes with good looking food. I haven't had it long enough to make anything from it yet. But I don't have any complaints so far.
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A taste of the Mediterranean 3 septembre 2010
Par Steven A. Peterson - Publié sur
A fine cookbook, exposing the reader to a variety of Mediterranean cuisines. . . .

The book begins with a brief quotation: "The countries bounded by the Mediterranean Sea produce some of the finest food the world has to offer--set sail with us on a culinary tour." For instance, there are some eccentricities such as Iranian recipes (can't figure out how Iran is bounded by the Mediterranean!). Nonetheless a good cookbook featuring a multitude of healthy (and tasty) recipes from the region.

The book begins by outlining some key ingredients--artichokes, asparagus, garlic, mushrooms, fennel, fruits such as figs and dates and grapes), grains, spices, herbs, pasta, and so on. The book is divided into a number of sections to organize recipes--appetizers, soups, vegetables, salads, fish and seafood, meat, poultry and game, grains and pulses, and desserts and pastries.

Some examples:

Appetizers-- Charred artichokes with lemon oil drop. Ingredients: lemon juice, artichokes, garlic cloves, olive oil (of course!), lemon, sea salt, and parsley to garnish. The artichokes are charred, which seems to give a nice taste to them. The Lebanese favorite, Baba ganoush. Ingredients include aubergine (which I've never tried), garlic clove, tabini paste, ground almonds, lemon, cumin, mint leaves, olive oil, pepper, and thyme sprigs for garnish. One can add some flatbread to the feast, too.

Soup-- The classic French dish, Bouillabaisse. Lots of goodies go into the soup mix. Lots of fish (whatever is available that fits; examples in the recipe include a mix of red mullet, John Dory, monkfish, red snapper, whiting, large prawns and clams), tomatoes, saffron, olive oil, onion, leek, celery stick, crushed garlic cloves, orange zest, one bouquet garni, fennel, tomatoes, puree, Pernod, salt and pepper, and parsley.

Other recipes striking my fancy: Almond and broccoli soup, marinated mushrooms, roasted potatoes with red onions (this is a recipe that is a "must try" for me), tomato and feta cheese salad (east to make and tasty!), Tabbouleh, Truffle and lobster risotto, Spiced roast lamb, Corsican beef stew with macaroni, Chicken with red wine, Spiced rice, and Risotto with four cheeses.

Some of these dishes take quite a bit of work; many others are simple to make. All in all, though, a fine cook book. I feel healthier just looking at the recipes. . . .
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The only cook booked I've ever loved 23 mars 2008
Par E. Ellis - Publié sur
Normally not a fan of cookbooks, but this is wonderful. I've tried many of the recipes, and each has been delicious.
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