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eBook Balkan Cookbook, The download ISBN: 0882897381
Author: Vladimir Mirodan
Publisher: Pelican Publishing; 1st Pelican ed edition (January 31, 1989)
Language: English
Pages: 208
ePub: 1788 kb
Fb2: 1494 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Cooking
Subcategory: Cooking Education and Reference

Balkan Cookbook, The by Vladimir Mirodan (1989-01-31) Hardcover – 1757.

Balkan Cookbook, The by Vladimir Mirodan (1989-01-31) Hardcover – 1757.

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How would one begin to prepare such Balkan delights as chorba, cashcaval, borsh, ghiveci, and papanashi? Vladimir Mirodan, a native Romanian, introduces the reader to a world of cooking primarily unknown to the West.

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Vladimir Mirodan, a native Romanian, introduces the reader to a world of cooking primarily unknown to the West. The cuisine of Romania, Bulgaria, and Yugoslavia is derived from a culture that evolved along the Danube River-at a crossroads where French, Russian, and Eastern influences meet. It is a tantalizingly unique cuisine, as the authordemonstrates through 180 authentic recipes based on traditional Balkan ingredients. Actor-director Mirodan is a lifelong gourmet committed to the promotion of his native region's imaginative cooking.

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To complement the full array of recipes, Mirodan provides a brief history of Balkan cooking

Vladimir Mirodan, a native Romanian, introduces the reader to a world of cooking primarily unknown to the West. To complement the full array of recipes, Mirodan provides a brief history of Balkan cooking. He is dedicated to its preservation, but notes that changes in Balkan society could mean the eventual extinction of this cuisine.

ISBN10 : 9781607744191, ISBN13 : 1607744198.

How would one begin to prepare such Balkan delights as chorba, cashcaval, borsh, ghiveci, and papanashi? Vladimir Mirodan, a native Romanian, introduces the reader to a world of cooking primarily unknown to the West.The cuisine of Romania, Bulgaria, and Yugoslavia is derived from a culture that evolved along the Danube River--at a crossroads where French, Russian, and Eastern influences meet. It is a tantalizingly unique cuisine, as the authordemonstrates through 180 authentic recipes based on traditional Balkan ingredients.Actor-director Mirodan is a lifelong gourmet committed to the promotion of his native region's imaginative cooking. He has drawn recipes from family and friends, as well as from a well-established personal collection, and offers such delicacies as: Peppers Filled with Aubergine Caviar; Mushrooms with Fetta Cheese and Herbs; Salads with Bulgarian Yoghurt Dressing; Chorba with Meat Balls; Chicken Terrine in Garlic Aspic; Marinaded Trout; Braised Lamb withSpinach; and Beef Stew with Quinces. To complement the full array of recipes, Mirodan provides a brief history ofBalkan cooking. He is dedicated to its preservation, but notes that changes in Balkan society could mean the eventual extinction of this cuisine. His emphasis is understandably on his native Romania, which he describes as "an enclaveof Latin indulgence in a sea of Slav earthiness."In this complete entertaining guide, Mirodan also offers full Balkan menus, along with an index of appropriate wines and spirits.

Comments: (4)
Golkree
Not what I expected, mostly Romanian. Wanted Bosnian.
bass
why would you throw other countries in the mix( Yugoslavia and Bulgaria) if you are going to write a book on Romanian cooking.. This author is lost.. The food in the neighboring countries tastes different form Romanian food.. Romania is not even a Balkan country. very misleading
RuTGamer
ok
Iarim
I just spent some time in the Balkans (which DOES include Romania)and found that this cookbook is very authentic and captures the tastes of the great food I experienced there. The author is Romanian but there are many Serbian and Bulgarian recipes along with some from Bosnia, Macedonia and other areas. Every recipe I've tried has turned out well.