Download or Read eBook The Best of Ukrainian Cuisine PDF written by Bohdan Zahny and published by Hippocrene International Cookb. This book was released on 1998 with total page 0 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Book Synopsis The Best of Ukrainian Cuisine by : Bohdan Zahny
Now updated with a complete list of menu terms in Ukrainian and English, this unique cookbook presents both traditional and contemporary Ukrainian cuisine in an easy-to-use menu format. Ukrainian dishes call for a variety of ingredients including natural products such as meat, poultry, fish, mushrooms, eggs, vegetables and fruits. Here is a comprehensive guide to Ukrainian cooking, including favourites like: zakusky (appetisers), ioushky (cabbage soup), kasha (buckwheat groats), pyrizhky (stuffed pastries), and medovyky (honey cakes).
Download or Read eBook Meal Time Favourites : the Best in Ukrainian Cuisine PDF written by Rosie Olenick and published by Calgary : R. Olenick. This book was released on 1998 with total page 94 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Download or Read eBook Ukrainian Cuisine with an American Touch and Ingredients-Gluten Free PDF written by Nadejda Reilly and published by Xlibris Corporation. This book was released on 2010-07-31 with total page 2705 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Book Synopsis Ukrainian Cuisine with an American Touch and Ingredients-Gluten Free by : Nadejda Reilly
It is a unique cookbook with original Ukrainian recipes and use of gluten-free flours and grains flavored with Nadejda Reilly's personal touch. It contains brief history of Ukraine and cultural and traditional background of it's people. In addition, it includes author's personal stories of faith as well as her cooking and baking experiences and who influenced them.
Download or Read eBook Ukrainian Cuisine with an American Touch and Ingredients PDF written by Nadejda Reilly and published by Xlibris Corporation. This book was released on 2010-07-31 with total page 760 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Book Synopsis Ukrainian Cuisine with an American Touch and Ingredients by : Nadejda Reilly
It is a unique cookbook with original Ukrainian recipes flavored with Nadejda Reilly’s personal touch. It contains a brief history of Ukraine and cultural and traditional background of its people. In addition, it includes the author’s personal stories of faith as well as her cooking and baking experiences and who influenced them.
Download or Read eBook The Best of Ukrainian Cuisine PDF written by Bohdan Zahny and published by Hippocrene Books. This book was released on 1996-01 with total page 295 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Download or Read eBook Recipes from Ukraine PDF written by Heston Brown and published by Independently Published. This book was released on 2019-05-06 with total page 92 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Book Synopsis Recipes from Ukraine by : Heston Brown
Ukrainian food is really one of a kind. The perfect combination of the ingredients results into an inviting aroma, and more importantly, a delicious taste - that is a known fact. Therefore, it is really no surprise that you are seeking a good Ukrainian cookbook out. You are in luck because this book is exactly what you need. This book features some of the best recipes to come out of Ukraine. These recipes have been put to quality and taste tests, and they have proven to be worth the hype. Don't worry about how to make sure that your efforts using these recipes come out great; that has been sorted for you. How? Well, the instructions that accompany every recipe are easy to follow - there is a very minimal risk that you will miss any of the steps. The Ukrainian recipes in this book include Cabbage buns, Ukrainian Meatballs, Ukrainian Scuffles, Honey spiced cookies and a whole lot more. This cookbook and its recipes will be useful for you if you are planning a Ukrainian themed party, and if you are not, it is still going to be of equal use for you or your family meals schedule; it is probably time you took a break from the regular dishes that feature in your meal schedule. This is all exciting, isn't it? Do not stop now, grab this book and make this even more exciting.
Download or Read eBook Polish Holiday Cookery PDF written by Robert Strybel and published by Hippocrene Books. This book was released on 2003 with total page 296 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Book Synopsis Polish Holiday Cookery by : Robert Strybel
This book acquaints readers with traditional Polish foods associated with various occasions and furnished countless cooking tips and serving suggestions. The clearly written recipes facilitate the preparation of the dishes and their incorporation in the Polish-American mainstream culture. Calendar of Polish Festivities is devoted to those holidays and events connected to a specific time of year. Polish Rites of Passage focuses on life's milestones -- the family occasions that take place at various times of year. This "instruction manual for the culturally aware Polish American" offers over 400 recipes, along with a lexicon of basic foods and culinary concepts, ingredients and procedures, and sample menus.
Download or Read eBook The Best of Polish Cooking PDF written by Karen West and published by Hippocrene Books. This book was released on 2000 with total page 252 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Book Synopsis The Best of Polish Cooking by : Karen West
First published in 1983, this classic resource for Polish cuisine has been a favourite with home chefs for many years. The new edition includes a chapter of Light Polish Fare with Ingenious tips for reducing fat, calories and cholesterol, without compromising the flavour of fine Polish cuisine. Fragrant herbal rubs and vinegars add panache without calories. Alternatives and conversion table for butter, sour cream and milk will help readers lighten other recipes as well. In an easy-to-use menu format, the author arranges complementary and harmonious foods together -- all organised in seasonal cycles. Inside are recipes for Braised Spring Lamb with Cabbage, Frosty Artichoke Salad, Apple Raisin Cake, and Hunter's Stew. The new Light Polish Fare chapter includes low fat recipes for treats like Roasted Garlic and Mushroom Soup and Twelve-Fruit Brandied Compote.
Book Synopsis Festive Ukrainian Cooking by : Marta Pisetska Farley
In old Ukraine, cuisine was a highly developed art form. Traditional cookery, here evoked in a comprehensive and well-researched assortment of menus and recipes, reflected the productivity of a rich farming and sheepraising region, celebrated the festivals in the church calendar, and marked important family milestones—births, christenings, name days, betrothals, weddings, and commemorations of the dead. In addition to precise instructions designed for the modern kitchen, thirty-eight drawings illustrate the correct technique for filling dumplings and cabbage rolls and the artistry involved in baking the famous Ukrainian Easter paska and fancifully embellished wedding breads. An authoritative reference section and note on sources will be an aid to scholars and all concerned with the preservation of Ukrainian culture. Far more than a cookbook, festive Ukrainian Cooking is also a definitive account of traditional Ukrainian culture as perpetuated in family rituals and lovingly celebrated with elegantly prepared food and drink. Working from original sources in Ukrainian, Russian, and Polish, and drawing on long experience as an accomplished cook herself, Marta Pisetska Parley arranges these recipes as they were enjoyed throughout the year, beginning with the Christmas season and ending with succulent dishes made with wild mushrooms gathered in the fall. Chapter introductions describe the folkways associated with major holidays and family events and the symbolic and celebratory role of food appropriate to each. Devotees of ethnic cuisine, experienced cooks and beginners alike, will find much to choose from in this authoritative collection that encompasses the best of a rich, varied, and healthful culinary tradition.
Download or Read eBook Cooking with Cajun Women PDF written by Nicole Denée Fontenot and published by Hippocrene Books. This book was released on 2002 with total page 396 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Book Synopsis Cooking with Cajun Women by : Nicole Denée Fontenot
In this treasury of Cajun heritage, the author allows the people who are the very foundations of Cajun culture to tell their own stories. Nicole Denée Fontenot visited Cajun women in their homes and kitchens and gathered over 300 recipes as well as thousands of narrative accounts. Most of these women were raised on small farms and remember times when everything (except coffee, sugar and flour) was home-made. They shared traditional recipes made with modern and simple ingredients.