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French Cuisine: Recipes d'Amour - What’s the Most Delicious Food in the World? Delicious French Recipes for Romance & Entertaining By R. D. Dalen
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In France, romance usually begins with French food, whether a baguette or a once in a lifetime gourmet meal in a fine French restaurant. French cuisine offers a rich experience that ranges from... More > simple, rustic country dishes to elaborate gastronomic feats. Based in a complex history of cultural influences and a wide array of ingredients, it is limited only by the imagination of the cook preparing it. With basic cooking techniques and a little practice, you can begin enjoying authentic French cuisine in your own kitchen in no time! We hope you enjoy this selection of fine French recipes! French dishes you may have heard about for years but have not yet sampled… here’s your chance with these French recipes. Bon Apetit!< Less
Delicious Caribbean Cuisine By R. D. Dalen
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Food plays a central role in family life and traditions in the islands. Cooks spend days preparing menu offerings for holidays, festivals, and special family gatherings. The cuisine of the Caribbean... More > is a cultural patchwork quilt representing the bounty of the islands' lush tropical vegetation, combined with the one or more diverse groups of people that have lived there, including the original Carib and Arawak Indians, followed by the Spanish, British, French, and Dutch settlers, as well as Africans, who have had a profound influence on the food and cultural traditions of the islands. Later followed Indian and Chinese settlers, and travelers from the United States. As a result, Caribean cuisine is diverse and delicious-- no matter which variety or island specialty one tries. The best Pina Coladss in the world and great for outside parties! Try these recipes!!  < Less
Philippines Recipes: Really Different & Delicious By R. D. Dalen
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Filipino cuisine is a blend of the exotic and familiar. Just as the Filipino people are part Malay, Chinese and Spanish, so is the cooking of the Philippines. The cuisine of the Philippines contains... More > many foods and delicacies which are alien to U.S. tastes. Probably all the more reason to try some really new dishes! Chances are, for some of the more unusual recipes, you will not find the ingredients in your local supermarket. So you may have to find what you need via on and offline specialty food stores that can help supply you with the out of the mainstream ingredients you may need. Go ahead, try something new-- like Banana Blossom Ginataan! Enjoy the recipes!< Less
Hearty Russian Recipes By R. D. Dalen
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Russian Cuisine. It’s not just about Borscht and Stroganoff. Or recipes for how to prepare Bear any more! Russian cuisine derives its rich and varied character from the vast and multi-cultural... More > expanse of Russia. Its foundations were laid by the peasant food of the rural population in an often harsh climate, with a combination of plentiful fish, poultry, game, mushrooms, berries, and honey. Crops of grains provided a plethora of breads, beers and vodka. Flavorful soups and stews are centered on seasonal or storable produce, fish, and meats. This wholly native food remained the staple for the vast majority of Russians well into the 20th century. A unique cuisine, these authentic Russian recipes are delicious!  < Less
India's Cuisine: A Synthesis of Flavors By R. D. Dalen
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AUTHENTIC, DELICIOUS INDIAN FOOD - The dozens of recipes found in this book are AUTHENTIC Indian recipes-- provided to us by people who actually live in India. Indian Cuisine consists of thousands of... More > regional cuisines which date back thousands of years. The cuisine of India is often characterized by the use of various spices, herbs, and other vegetables and also for the widespread practice of vegetarianism across many sections of its society. Indian food can be quite hot for those not accustomed to it, but thankfully the preparer can control how hot it is. Each family of Indian cuisine represents a wide assortment of dishes and cooking techniques. As a consequence, foods vary from region to region. India's religious beliefs and culture have also played an influential role in the evolution of its cuisine. Enjoy something a little different! Have some tasty Indian food with just the right amount of spice!  < Less
Lucky Irish Recipes By R. D. Dalen
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Irish food is known for the quality and freshness of its ingredients. Most cooking is done without herbs or spices, except for salt and pepper. Foods are usually served without sauce or gravy. The... More > staples of the Irish diet have traditionally been potatoes, grains (especially oats), and dairy products. Potatoes still appear at most Irish meals, with potato scones, similar to biscuits or muffins, a specialty in the North. The Irish have also been accomplished cheese makers for centuries. Ireland Authenticates about fifty types of homemade "farmhouse" cheeses, which are considered delicacies. The Irish appear to have invented corned beef. Irish beers have worldwide renown. Try some of our recipes for famous Irish imbuements.< Less
Ancient Food & Recipes of the Ages: Ancient China By R. D. Dalen
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DELICIOUS CHINESE FOOD - "It is not an exaggeration to say that most Chinese, rich and poor alike are gourmets, at least in the sense that they really enjoy good food ." As a traveler in... More > China, you will understand why this nation of gourmets loves food - they have concocted dishes to please in a network of delicious regional cuisine Cooking traditions in china can be traced to the imperial court and the poor. The emperor's dishes became legacies to the whole country. Such dishes might portray legends or mythical symbols in the cut and arrangement of the ingredients. But it was to feed the poor that rice became the country's staple and that bean curd was developed as the cheapest way of providing protein to a billion bellies. Check out many delicious, authentic regional Chinese recipes in Chapter 5.< Less
Authentic German Recipes: Hearty and Scrumptious By R. D. Dalen
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German Food -- from the folks who brought you the Hamburger! (And maybe the hotdog.) Germans, (in addition to sauerkraut and hamburgers!) tend to eat heavy and hearty meals that include ample... More > portions of meat and bread. Potatoes are a staple food, and each region has its own favorite ways of preparing them. Some Germans eat potatoes with pears, bacon, and beans. Germans from the capital city of Berlin eat potatoes with bacon and spicy sausage. Sauerbraten is a large roast made of pork, beef, or veal that is popular throughout Germany, and is flavored in different ways depending on the region. In the Rhine River area, it is flavored with raisins, but is usually cooked with a variety of savory spices and vinegar. Fruit (instead of vegetables) is often combined with meat dishes to add a sweet and sour taste to the meal. Throughout Germany desserts made with apples are very popular. Enjoy the recipes we have included in this book!< Less
Ancient Foods & Recipes of the Ages: Early American Pilgrims By R. D. Dalen
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What did the pilgrims eat? Following the example of Columbus, European colonists came to the Americas hoping for opportunity, but still expecting the European food that they were used to. They were... More > not to receive it, however. Wheat, which they loved, did not grow well on the East Coast. Corn, a native species that was totally foreign to the colonists, had to be integrated into the diet, along with beans. The sweet potato was even popular in Europe when it was sent there, and it was included in numerous recipes. See chapter 5 for many examples of early American and pilgrim foods.< Less
Middle Eastern Recipes: a Synthesis of History By R. D. Dalen
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The Middle East was where wheat was first cultivated, followed by barley, pistachios, figs, pomegranates, dates and other regional staples. Fermentation was also discovered to leaven bread and make... More > beer. As a crossroads between Europe, Asia and Africa, the Middle East has long been a hub of food and recipe exchange. During the Persian Empire (ca. 550–330 BCE) the foundation was laid for Middle Eastern food when rice, poultry, and fruits were incorporated into their diets. Today, the contribution of many different cultures and time have resulted in a Middle Eastern cuisine that is diverse and delicious Enjoy dozens of delicious recipes-- like Turkish spicy eggs, baked guavas,Yemen meatloaf, vegetable stews, and much more!< Less

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