Thu, 01/25/2018 – 15:36
It’s the age-old dinnertime debate: What should we cook? Dig into our selection of books on food for fresh insights into the edible world alongside tasty recipes that span the world of culinary innovation. See what’s for menu in these mouth-watering morsels.
There’s no reason that the most important meal of the day shouldn’t be the most creative as well: Stay for Breakfast presents a far-spanning survey of cultures and geographies to showcase the best breakfasts as photographed and transcribed by Simone Hawlisch. This title is also available in German.
There’s a rich tradition of food and dining that lives across cultural borders in Israel and Palestine. Author David Haliva traveled the region, documenting the meals that are as flavorful as they are flavorful, presenting the fruits of his research in Divine Foods. Browse the book for a taste of what the area has to offer. The book is also available in German as Abrahams Küche.
A fresh baked ham. A warm, spicy sausage. A medium-rare steak. Meat done right is hard to match. Parse apart the details in Crafted Meat with the help of culinary curator Hendrik Haase, who is at the helm of a new culture of respecting and enjoying meats of many kinds. The book is also full of recipes for broths, pastes, and sausages to try out at home. (Available in U.K., U.S., and German editions).
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