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The Food and Cooking of Russia & Poland (Anglais) Relié – 15 novembre 2011

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Explore the rich and varied cuisine of Eastern Europe in more than 150 classic step-by-step recipes illustrated with over 600 photographs. In this unique celebration of Russian and Polish food, a fascinating introduction provides an overview of national and regional differences, the festivals that mark the year, and the classic ingredients used in homes throughout the area. Following is a unique collection of recipes gathered from the Baltic Sea in the north to the Black Sea in the south. With more than 600 beautiful photographs showing each recipe in step-by-step detail, this evocative and inspiring book captures the wonderful essence of Russian and Polish cooking, and enables the reader to create wonderfully authentic dishes in the home. Explore the rich and varied delights of traditional Russian and Polish cooking in over 150 authentic traditional recipes. It provides a comprehensive guide to the typical ingredients of the two countries, as well as information on geography, history, festivals and culinary traditions. It features a wide range of distinctive dishes as well as all the favourite Russian and Polish specialities such as Borscht, Bigos, Chicken Kiev, Pierogi, and Pashka. It includes more than 600 photographs with complete nutritional information provided for every recipe.

Biographie de l'auteur

Elena Makhonko was born in Leningrad/St Petersburg and moved to Sweden in the 1980s, where for her first 10 years she worked in the fashion industry before beginning a new career in Stockholm's biggest test kitchen. Elena has cooked food with celebrities including Roger More and Swedish president Goran Persson. She has more recently written for various food magazines and has also published several books about food. Ewa Michalik jointly owns and runs the Patio Restaurant, one of the oldest and most successful Polish restaurants in London. Having been a guest on a recent broadcast on BBC Radio 5's Sunday morning show, Ewa has also spoken about beetroot on BBC Radio 4's Veg Talk and prepared traditional dishes for various BBC programmes on eastern European cooking.

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Beautiful, but with few recipes. 27 octobre 2014
Par Claire - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
- There are only 150 recipes, possibly because so much space is dedicated to the vibrant pictures. Definitely a book you can display and show off!

- Oladi are referred to as blini and blini are referred to as crepes. I was very confused by this, since it's written by a Russian and a Pole, so you'd think they'd know what to call their own food.

- They refer to Georgia as a province of Russia. There is no excuse for this, especially since it was published in 2011.

- A lot of space is dedicated to explaining Russian culture, geography, agriculture, and religious traditions. As someone who studied Russian and Eastern Europe for 9 years, I don't find this necessary, but others might find it fascinating!

All in all, I feel pretty neutral about this book. If not for the two mistakes I mentioned, I would probably give it a much higher rating, but they were such basic mistakes that I couldn't believe it. It kind of ruined the book for me. Aside from that, which I admit is nitpicky, I'd just prefer more recipes.
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