Livres de cuisine en anglais
Quick, easy veggie curries for everyday.
Need a tasty dinner in a hurry? Look no further than this mouth-watering collection of veggie curries from across the globe. Exploring vegetarian curries of the world, from his native India to the Far East, via Africa and the Middle East and beyond, Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar turns his hand to an incredible range of delectable vegetarian dishes to form this sensational collection of everyday recipes.
Mango curry from Cambodia Vegan pad Thai from Thailand Aubergine katsu from Japan Shakshuka from Algeria Masala chips from Kenya Bunny chow from South Africa Scrambled paneer, corn and peas from North India Bengali daal from East India Veg momo from Nepal Egg curry from Sri Lanka White bean stew from Iraq Lentil soup from Yemen and many, many more.
This book sees Atul go beyond his roots on a gastronomic journey to showcase recipes from around the world. With recipes ranging from quick and easy dishes to more elaborate feasts guaranteed to wow friends and family, there is something in this book for everyone.
Simple and accessible, this collection of inspiring, spiced dishes from all corners of the globe promises to be a book you will cook from again and again.>
B>A natural follow-up to Rizzoli''s many successful Italian cookbooks, this book offers a more authentic take on Italian vegetarian cooking than almost any cookbook in the category. It will appeal to fans of Lidia Bastianich and Mario Batali who seek a more direct insight into Italian cooking, straight from the source--with the impressive bona fides that only the Slow Food snail symbol can provide./b>br>br>This celebration of vegetarian Italian cooking is unmatched in authenticity and scope, and draws on traditional recipes from every region--from Aosta and the Veneto to the tip of the boot and the islands.
Art meets food in this sublime celebration of thirty years of cooking and hosting at The Arniano Painting School in Tuscany.
'A peculiar attribute of the landscape surrounding Arniano is the ever-changing light. Early in the morning, there is an extraordinary mist that sits in the valley and interweaves through the hills, allowing just the tops to show above the smoky clouds. These changes bring with them new moods and shadows, drawing our painters to different views and areas of the garden throughout the day. By the evening, everything has altered again, and there are often intense sunsets, bringing silhouettes from the trees and much darker, richer, olive colours.'