Fire Islands : Recipes from Indonesia

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Author : Eleanor Ford
Detail : “Steep abundant rice terraces, ancient timber and fire-breathing volcanoes produce the landscape of the world’s largest earth. state could be a travellers’ paradise, with cooking as spirited and thrilling as its scenery. For these ar the initial Spice Islands, whose fertile volcanic soil grows ingredients that when modified the flavour of food across the planet. On today’s screaming streets, chilli-spiked sambals ar served with made noodle broths, and salty peanut sauce sweetens chargrilled consume sticks. In homes, shared feasts of creamy coconut curries, stir-fries and spiced rice ar odoriferous with ginger, tamarind, lemongrass and lime. The air hangs with the tang of chili pepper and burnt sugar, citrus and spice. Eleanor Ford offers a private, intimate portrait of a rustic and its preparation, the recipes exotic nonetheless doable, and therefore the food delivered to life by beautiful photography.”

Fire Islands : Recipes from Indonesia

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Author - Eleanor Ford
Publisher - Allen & Unwin
Pages - 240
ISBN - 1760871214


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Detail - Steep verdant rice terraces, ancient rainforest and fire-breathing volcanoes create the landscape of the world's largest archipelago. Indonesia is a travellers' paradise, with cuisine as vibrant and thrilling as its scenery. For these are the original spice islands, whose fertile volcanic soil grows ingredients that once changed the flavour of food across the world. On today's noisy streets, chilli-spiked sambals are served with rich noodle broths, and salty peanut sauce sweetens chargrilled sate sticks. In homes, shared feasts of creamy coconut curries, stir-fries and spiced rice are fragrant with ginger, tamarind, lemongrass and lime. The air hangs with the tang of chilli and burnt sugar, citrus and spice. Eleanor Ford gives a personal, intimate portrait of a country and its cooking, the recipes exotic yet achievable, and the food brought to life by stunning photography.

Fire Islands : Recipes from Indonesia

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Author - Eleanor Ford
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 240
ISBN - 9781948062800


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Detail - From acclaimed food writer and world traveler Eleanor Ford comes a vibrant collection of 100 mouthwatering recipes for Indonesian cuisine--from the refined cooking of Java to the spicy heart of Sumatra and the festival foods of Bali. Indonesian food is the hidden treasure of South East Asian cookery, waiting to be uncovered, and this wondrous cookbook opens an unexplored culinary region to food lovers and travellers. It is an unprecedented culinary celebration of Indonesia, the world's largest archipelago--a land rich with tropical rainforests, smoking volcanoes, and silver sand beaches that was also the beating heart of the spice trade. Today its unforgettable dishes are a celebration of rice and spice--homegrown clove and nutmeg, ginger and chilly, coconut, turmeric, peanuts, and more. Through delightful, easy-to-follow text and instructions, Fire Islands reveals how to set up an Indonesian kitchen and how to create one hundred authentic Indonesian recipes--everything from crunchy snacks and street food to sweet and sticky rice dishes, spicy noodles, fragrant sauces, tangy broths, rich drinks, and much more. This bright, beautifully designed package has mouthwatering photographs of the dishes throughout coupled with original images from the lush, food paradise.

Fire Islands : Recipes from Indonesia

Author - Eleanor Ford
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 240
ISBN - 9781760523886


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Detail - A collection of enchanting, unusual yet accessible dishes ... from the refined cooking of Java to the spicy heart of Sumatra and over the water to the festival foods of Bali.

Samarkand : Recipes & Stories from Central Asia & The Caucasus

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Author - Caroline Eden
Publisher - Kyle Books
Pages - 224
ISBN - 9781909487420


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Detail - Over hundreds of years, various ethnic groups have passed through Samarkand, sharing and influencing each other's cuisine and leaving their culinary stamp. This book is a love letter to Central Asia and the Caucasus, containing personal travel essays and recipes little known in the West that have been expertly adapted for the home cook. An array of delicious dishes introduce the region and its different ethnic groups-Uzbek, Tajik, Russian, Turkish, Korean, Caucasian, and Jewish-along with a detailed introduction to the Silk Road and a useful store cupboard of essential ingredients. Chapters are divided into A Shared Table, Soups, Roast Meats & Kebabs, Warming Food for Long Winters, Plovs & Pilafs, Accompaniments, Breads & Doughs, Drinks, and Desserts & Sweetmeats. One hundred recipes are showcased, including Apricot & Red Lentil Soup, Chapli Kebabs, Rosh Hashanah Plov with Barberries, Pomegranate, & Quince, Kefir Pancakes with Blackberry Syrup, and the all-important regional breads. And with evocative travel features such as Lunch on the Road to Samarkand, A Banquet on the Caspian Sea, and Shopping under Kyrgyzstan's Sacred Mountain, you will be charmed and enticed by this relatively untouched region and its cuisine.

The Island Kitchen : Recipes from Mauritius and the Indian Ocean

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Author - Selina Periampillai
Publisher - Bloomsbury Publishing
Pages - 256
ISBN - 1526612488


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Detail - SHORTLISTED FOR THE JANE GRIGSON TRUST AWARD 2019 'The Island Kitchen has lifted my spirits and made me hungry and happy in equal measure' Nigella Lawson This ravishing cookbook will take you on a journey around the Indian Ocean islands, to taste the flavours of the colourful markets of Mauritius, the aromatic spice gardens of the Seychelles, the fishing coasts of the Maldives, the lagoons of Mayotte and the forests of Madagascar. Selina Periampillai, born in London but of Mauritian descent, celebrates the vibrant home-cooking of the islands, with dishes such as Sticky chicken with garlic & ginger, Mustard- & turmeric-marinated tuna, Seychellois aubergine & chickpea cari, and Pineapple upside-down cake with cardamom cream. With 80 simple recipes for everything from quick mid-week suppers to large rum-fuelled gatherings, and beautiful food photography and illustrations, this book will take you straight to the warm, welcoming kitchens of these beautiful islands.

Indonesian Regional Cooking :

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Author - Sri Owen
Publisher - St Martins Press
Pages - 289
ISBN - 9780312118327


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Detail - Gathers traditional recipes from each region of Indonesia for salads, soups, bread, vegetables, meats, poultry, seafood, side dishes, and desserts

Coconut & Sambal : Recipes from my Indonesian Kitchen

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Author - Lara Lee
Publisher - Bloomsbury Publishing
Pages - 288
ISBN - 1526603527


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Detail - Vibrant and authentic recipes from the bountiful islands of Indonesia Beyond Indonesia's lush rainforests, tropical seas and abundant rice fields lies a country not often seen by visitors. It is one of bustling local markets, lively street food stalls, colourful shops and houses and generous community spirit. From these islands comes one of the most diverse cuisines in the world, weaving flavours of lemongrass, chilli, tamarind and coconut into dishes that are fragrant, colourful and bold. In Coconut & Sambal Australian-born chef Lara Lee takes us on a journey to trace her family's Indonesian roots, and in the kitchens of her grandmother, extended family and welcoming strangers alike, she discovers the secrets to real Indonesian cookery. Now she shares more than 80 authentic, mouth-watering recipes that have been passed down through the generations, so you can recreate dishes such as Nasi goreng, Beef rendang, Chilli prawn satay and Pandan cake. There are also recipes for a variety of sambals: fragrant, spicy relishes – ranging from mild to fiery – that are quick to make and can liven up any dish, making them the soul of every meal. The recipes in Coconut & Sambal use easily accessible ingredients and simple techniques and are interwoven with beguiling tales of life on the islands and vibrant food and travel photography, shining a light on the magnificent but little-known cuisine of Indonesia.

Cradle of Flavor : Home Cooking from the Spice Islands of Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore

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Author - James Oseland
Publisher - W W Norton & Company Incorporated
Pages - 384
ISBN - 9780393054774


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Detail - An illustrated culinary resource based on the author's two-decade exploration of the Spice Islands includes preparation instructions for dishes prepared in home kitchens and diverse markets in Singapore, Malaysia, West Sumatra, and other regions, in a guide complemented by a glossary of terms.

Curry Cuisine :

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Author - David Thompson
Publisher - Dk Pub
Pages - 352
ISBN - 9780756662073


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Detail - From mild to fiery hot, and from Malaysia to Northern India, these recipes provide home cooks with authentic and delicious dishes by some of the world's most celebrated chefs.

The Bali Cookbook :

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Author - Lonny Gerungan
Publisher - Kyle Cathie Limited
Pages - 192
ISBN - 9781904920700


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Detail - Over two million tourists visit the island every year, but its exotic cuisine has remained largely undiscovered, until now! This is the first major international book on authentic Balinese cuisine written by Bali's most famous chef. Lonny Gerungan showcases the most aromatic of recipes, whilst exploring the island's religion, geography, history and culture.

Sri Owen's Indonesian Food :

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Author - Sri Owen
Publisher - Pavilion
Pages - 288
ISBN - 9781910496718


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Detail - 'Indonesian Food' is the most comprehensive account of this ancient, exotic and varied cuisine ever published. Sri Owen, the world's leading authority, provides over 100 mouthwatering recipes, from staples and basics to food for festivals and special occasions. All recipes have fascinating introductions which place them in their regional and cultural settings and are easy to follow. The book is split into two parts - in part one a series of introductory chapters examine the role of food in Sri's life, in Indonesian culture and society, with recipes to accompany. Part two explains the essential ingredients and techniques of Indonesian cookery, with notes on availability and substitutions and discussions of modern developments, again with the relevant recipes and variations to accompany each technique. Painstakingly researched, and complemented by the superb photography of Gus Filgate, this book captures all aspects of this diverse culinary culture.

The Rice Book : The Definitive Book on the Magic of Rice, with Hundreds of Exotic Recipes from Around the World

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Author - Sri Owen
Publisher - Saint Martin's Griffin
Pages - 402
ISBN - 9780312141325


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Detail - Looks at the history of rice, offers advice on cooking rice, and shares recipes for soups, appetizers, main dishes, side dishes, and desserts that feature rice

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