Flavours Of Greece

Author: Rosemary Barron
Publisher: Grub Street Cookery
ISBN: 1909808997
Size: 79.90 MB
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Rosemary BarronÕs Flavours of Greece was first published in 1991 and has never gone out of print. It is now generally regarded as the most authentic and authoritative collection of Greek recipes. It was chosen as an Editor's Choice in The New York Times in the year of its publication and it is the only recipe book listed in The Rough Guide to Greece and The Rough Guide to the Greek Islands. Rosemary is about to open an international cookery on Kythira teaching traditional Greek cuisine and to coincide with this event Grub Street is issuing a new full color edition of this wonderful book. In this celebration of Greek food Rosemary provides over 250 regional and national specialties, from the olives, feta and seafood of mezes, to delicate lemon broths, hearty bean soups, grilled meats and fish, baked vegetables and pilafs, to fragrant, gooey honey pastries. Greek cooking offers seasonal food perfect for informal eating with family, friends and entertaining. In the 80s Rosemary owned a cooking school based in a 450 year-old village house on the island of Crete. This was the first of its kind in Greece, and described by Vogue magazine in 1982 as Ôone of the best cooking schools in EuropeÕ. Her recent courses on Santorini, exploring the foods and flavors of Greek antiquity, have been described by Conde Nast Traveller as Ôone of the top ten cookery courses in EuropeÕ. For nearly three decades, Rosemary has organized programs and presented lectures and workshops on culinary matters to a wide variety of audiences.

Smashing Plates

Author: Maria Elia
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780857831712
Size: 10.17 MB
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Greek cuisine has a long history and now Maria Elia brings the traditional flavours and ingredients of Greece into the 21st century with her thoroughly modern take on classic dishes. This is not a book for traditionalists, but adventurers ready to explore exciting new flavour combinations and discover what Greek cuisine has to offer.

Modern Greek

Author: Andy Harris
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9780811834803
Size: 28.21 MB
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Delicious and healthy dishes that burst with the flavours of Greece are showcased in the 170 contemporary recipes of Modern Greek. Readily available ingredients such as cheese, yogurt, rice, vegetables, seafood, lamb, pasta and olives can be easily transformed into exciting dishes such as savoury pies stuffed with greens and herbs or braised lamb with baby vegetables.

Regional Greek Cooking

Author: Dean Karayanis
Publisher: Hippocrene Books
ISBN: 9780781811460
Size: 44.96 MB
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Throughout history, Greek cooking has drawn upon influences ranging from the Arabic flavors of North Africa to the cuisine of the Sephardic Jews of Spain, resulting in a rich, diverse culinary tradition. This family cookbook showcases dishes from the key regions of mainland Greece as well as the islands. The recipes are accompanied by fascinated historical notes and family anecdotes which bring to life the community spirit of Greek cuisine.

The Islands Of Greece

Author: Rebecca Seal
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781742707693
Size: 48.55 MB
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Rebecca Seal and Steven Joyce have been travelling to the Greek Islands on holiday for years. What draws them back time and time again is the glorious weather, transparent sea, atmospheric villages and delicious cuisine. In The Islands of Greece, Rebecca shares her favourite recipes from their travels, ruly celebrating Greece's regional specialties. Simple yet delicious, she captures the very essence of the islands, using fresh produce and classic Greek flavours in remarkable combinations. Feast on classics like stuffed calamari or chargrilled aubergine salad, or experiment with a more modern pork souvlaki with apples and pancetta. For a sweet treat, Rebecca's polenta cake with figs and pine nuts is too hard to resist. Beautiful photographs compliment the delicious recipes in the book, capturing the magic and glitz of these stunning islands, from Crete to Mykonos, Santorini to Rhodes.

A Taste Of Greece

Author: Hrh Princess Tatiana
Publisher: Te Neues Publishing Company
ISBN: 9783832733377
Size: 75.65 MB
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NOT JUST ANOTHER COOKBOOK, A Taste of Greece could have been called For the Love of Greece, as it became a project that brought together well-known personalities from across the world who all share a special bond with this ever fascinating Mediterranean country. They gave us their favorite recipes, told us of their much-loved foods, and opened their hearts as they shared their memories and revealed what Greece means to them. A Taste of Greece represents a collaborative effort between HRH Princess Tatiana, who has made Athens her home since 2013; Diana Farr Louis, a New Yorker who first came to Greece in 1963; and the Athens-based NGO BOROUME ("We Can"). Founded in 2011, BOROUME is the only nonprofit organization in Greece dedicated to reducing food waste and fighting malnutrition at the same time, by creating networks of food donors and receivers throughout the country. Through this book, you will see, feel, and taste a Greece that may be new to you. Most importantly, you will join a global community of active citizens who are eager to support the country they love. All proceeds from this book's sale will support BOROUME in supplying meals for still more families and building a closer sense of community and solidarity. Food. It fuels our body and nourishes our soul. Shared, it fosters a mysterious sense of intimacy, even among strangers. Universal, it remains unique to each country, an essential element of the cultural heritage that links present and past through traditions and memories. A single bite can transport us both round the world and back in time. What else but food can awaken and create such lasting memories and deep emotions? It is not by chance that, for A Taste of Greece, over 30 well-known international personalities have chosen to share their favorite local food recipes to give life to their personal connection with this beautiful Mediterranean country and shed light on its multifaceted appeal. Their stories and recipes illustrated by stunning photos will give you a real appreciation of Greek cuisine, age-old traditions, and a fascinating contemporary culture. We trust that you will become as enamored of the country and its people as they are!