First published in 1950, Il Cucchiaio d'Argento , or its English-language offspring The Silver Spoon , is the ultimate compilation of traditional home-cooking Italian dishes. In this all-new luxurious book, The Silver Spoon Classic features 170 of the very best-of-the-best recipes from Italy's incredibly diverse regions. Carefully selected from Phaidon's Silver Spoon cookbooks, which have sold more than one million copies worldwide, this new collection features exquisite photography of the dishes, is replete with elegant double ribbons for easy reference, and a sumptuous design and package, which makes for an ideal gift or keepsake for the amateur and serious chef. With dishes for all tastes and seasons, The Silver Spoon Classic is the definitive guide to preparing the most important, authentic, and delicious Italian recipes.
Everyday eating with special occasion energy - from the Ottolenghi protege shaking up the food world. In Spanish, mezcla means mix, mixture or blend , and is used to describe music and art as well as cooking. In her first solo book, Ixta Belfrage - loved for her foolproof techniques and inventive ingredient combinations - shares her favourite mezcla of flavours. These are impactful, fuss-free dishes to entertain your friends or treat yourself. Includes quick, flavourful recipes, such as Chilli Roasted Oyster Mushroom Skewers and Giant Cheese on Toast with Urfa Butter , as well as dishes to spend more time over: Whole Roast Chicken Curry with Crispy Curry Leaves and Prawn Lasagne with Habanero Oil .
The all-new collection of more than 100 fuss-free, crowd-pleasing recipes for everyday eating from the author of the award-winning, Sunday Times bestselling cookbook Persiana . Designed to ensure maximum flavour with the greatest of ease - including no-cook, quick-prep, quick-cook and one-pot dishes, Persiana Everyday is full of generous, inviting and delicious recipes to cook again and again for family and friends. PRAISE FOR SABRINA GHAYOUR ''Sabrina Ghayour''s Middle-Eastern plus food is all flavour, no fuss - and makes me very, very happy'' - Nigella Lawson ''I don''t think she could write a dull recipe if she tried. Every one an elegantly spiced delight.'' - Tom Parker Bowles ''The golden girl of Persian cookery'' - Observer CONTENTS INCLUDES Small Plates Including My Muhammara; Fried feta parcels with honey; My flavour bomb beans on toast Salads for All Seasons Including Chicken & cucumber salad with pul biber & tahini lime dressing; Courgette, apple, peanut & feta salad with basil and pul biber; Jewelled tomato salad Poultry & Meat Including Bloody Mary spatchcocked chicken; Halloumi fatteh; Speedy lamb shawarma Fish & Seafood Including Fragrant roasted haddock; Spicy orange & harissa-glazed cod; Marmalade prawns with barberry, chilli & chive butter Vegetable Love Including Ash-e-Reshteh; Pomegranate & harissa roasted aubergine steak; Sticky tamarind, garlic & tomato green beans Carbs of All Kinds Including Super-quick smoky tomato couscous; Lazy Manti; Tangy bulgur wheat bake with roasted onions Something Sweet Including Rhubarb, rose & pistachio trifle pots; Orange & dark chocolate rubble cake; Cardamom & mocha rice pudding
B>b>Explore and experiment with the spices and flavors of Nepal with this range of recipes, perfect for both the beginner and experienced home cook./b> br>;br>;/b>br>br>The big flavors of Nepal have often been overshadowed by the noise of cuisines from neighboring countries, India and China. Popular chef and Masterchef: The Professionals finalist, Santosh Shah, is here to set the record straight with his new cookbook, Ayla. In this, his first cookbook, he shares 60 simple but flavorsome recipes alongside stories from his personal experience and the history of certain foods.br>;br>Whether you are a cooking novice with limited cooking experience or an advanced chef looking to experiment with new flavors, you can now bring Nepalese flavors into your kitchen. Ayla offers plenty of recipe ideas and inspiration to fill your plate. With easy-to-follow instructions, stunning imagery, and Santoshs culinary wisdom, you will begin an adventure from your own kitchen, cooking your way through the recipes in this cookbook in no time.;br>;br>So sharpen your kitchen skills and experience a taste of Nepal.br>;
A fresh, fun take on Middle Eastern cooking, from Canadian-Egyptian chef and television host, Shahir Massoud. Discover innovative, flavor-packed recipes for Middle Eastern dishes, inspired by author Shahir Massoud''s Egyptian upbringing. From home-friendly adaptations of street foods and casual everyday staples, to new interpretations of traditional recipes, Eat, Habibi, Eat! (eat, my love, eat!) encourages you to explore delicious new dishes at home. Shahir shares his personal connections to the recipes in his warm and playful voice--from his dad''s request that friends fill their suitcases with food when they come home from Egypt, to his mother''s insistence that he mustn''t dare alter his great uncle''s favorite breakfast recipe. The recipes themselves are simple, straightforward, and easy to follow. Shahir guides readers how to build a Middle Eastern pantry with a few special items, but mostly uses ingredients that are easily available at supermarkets or bulk stores. ;;;; Combining his Egyptian upbringing with his classical chef training, Shahir has included 100 original, authentic recipes in Eat, Habibi, Eat! , including: ;; ;; Breakfasts : Egg in a Cloud Shakshuka; Egyptian Rice Pudding with Fall Spices and Orange ;; ;; Snacks : Chickpea Fries with Harissa Mayo; Middle Eastern Steak Tartare ;; ;; Soups : Spinach and Kale "Mulukhiyah"; Chickpea and Tomato Halabissa ;; ;; Sandwiches : Beef Hawashi; Five-Hour ''Shortcut'' Basturma ;; ;; Salads : Heirloom Tomato Fattoush; Halloumi and Orange-Glazed Beet ;; ;; Mains : Coffee and Coriander Beef Ribs with Pomegranate BBQ Sauce; Chicken Sharkaseya with Walnut Sauce ;; ;; Sweets : Classic Konafa with Wine and Cherry Compote; Stuffed Arabic Pancakes with Maple Roasted Apples Packed with sumptuous, color-rich photography, this cookbook is a feast for the eyes and the tastebuds. Whether you are already an aficionado of Middle Eastern cuisine, or have never heard of sumac before, this book will inspire you to try something new in the kitchen, and have fun doing it. Come on--eat, habibi, eat!
A celebration of modern African cookery, full of cultural and culinary diversity Africana is a cookbook from the heart, full of cultural and culinary diversity.
With recipes passed down the generations, but adding her own modern twists, as well as exploring the multiplicity of the rich African continent, Lerato Umah-Shaylor has created sumptuous cooking to try at home. Recipes include fragrant Spice Island Coconut Fish Curry from East Africa, Chicken Yassa from Senegal, luxurious Lobster in Vanilla from Comoros, Tunisian Tagine, and South African Sticky Apricot Pudding (Malva).
Rich in flavour, tradition and offering a sense of wanderlust, Africana will bring the continent right to your kitchen.