Samarkand

Recipes & Stories from Central Asia & The Caucasus

Author: Caroline Eden

Publisher: Kyle Books

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Category: Cooking

Page: 224

View: 866

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.

Fire Islands

Recipes from Indonesia

Author: Eleanor Ford

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 240

View: 394

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.

Russian Arms Transfers to East Asia in the 1990s

Author: Aleksandr Anatolʹevich Sergunin

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN:

Category: Political Science

Page: 146

View: 838

The transfer of arms and military technology is one of the main instruments of Russia's security strategy in East Asia. This research report documents Russia's arms exports to these countries and examines the motivations behind its policies and decisions.

Anderson's Travel Companion

A Guide to the Best Non-fiction and Fiction for Travelling

Author: Sarah Anderson

Publisher: Scolar Press

ISBN:

Category: Travel

Page: 552

View: 507

For those who want to find out about and read the literature of the countries of their choice, this reference is the author's personal selection, covering guidebooks, books about food, history, art and architecture, religion, outdoor activities, illustrated books, autobiographies and biographies, no