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Eastern European Food By Lev Well
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This ebook gives you 119 recipes from the East European cuisines: Hungarian, Czech, Polish, Rumanian, Russian, Ukrainian ... It includes classic, traditional meals like Hungarian goulash, chicken... More > paprikash, plus many other less known delicacies. There are also step-by-step cooking instructions for all the recipes.< Less
European Journal By Waswo X. Waswo
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Writer and photographer Waswo X. Waswo started sending a weekly journal to a select group of friends during his stay in Florence and Venice over the winter of the Millennium. What evolved was more... More > than just a personal narrative. The "European Journal" became a humorous collection of cross-cultural anecdotes, political observations, and artistic adventure. It is an intimate guide to expatriate life in Europe, providing casual insights into everything from history to cooking.< Less
Forty European Recipes By Comenius Schools
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This is a book of 40 recipes from four European countries. Enjoy a range of starters, main courses and desserts from France, Italy, Scotland and Spain. The A4 book version of this book includes a... More > glossary, the A5 lite version has no glossary.< Less
Inside the European Bioeconomy By Mario Bonaccorso
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What is the bioeconomy? It is an economy that uses biological resources from the land and sea, as well as waste, as inputs to food and feed, industrial and energy production. It also covers the use... More > of bio-based processes for sustainable industries. Bio-waste for example has considerable potential as an alternative to chemical fertilizers or for conversion into bio-energy, and can meet 2% of the EU renewable energy target. This book brings together a series of interviews on the bioeconomy with the main European players in the field. From Germany to Ireland, from Portugal to Denmark, Netherlands and Italy, the picture that emerges is of a ferment which invests the business world, universities and research centers, ready to face the challenges that this millennium just begun presents us: the increasing world population and its aging, with the resulting increase in global demand for food, climate change, the depletion of fossil resources and the better use of water resources.< Less
Inside the European Bioeconomy By Mario Bonaccorso
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What is Bioeconomy? It is an economy that uses biological resources from the land and sea, as well as waste, as inputs to food and feed, industrial and energy production. It also covers the use of... More > bio-based processes for sustainable industries. Bio-waste for example has considerable potential as an alternative to chemical fertilizers or for conversion into bio-energy, and can meet 2% of the EU renewable energy target. This book brings together a series of interviews on the bioeconomy with the main European players in the field. From Germany to Ireland, from Portugal to Denmark, Netherlands and Italy, the picture that emerges is of a ferment which invests the business world, universities and research centers, ready to face the challenges that this millennium just begun presents us: the increasing world population and its aging, with the resulting increase in global demand for food, climate change, the depletion of fossil resources and the better use of water resources.< Less
Take A European Breakfast Tour By Richard Calhoun
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The cookbook is a breaskfast lovers dream. In most European countries, breakfast starts with bread, coffee, cheese, and cold cuts. Unlike the United State, Europeans use a lot of vegetables in their... More > breakfast recipes. Almost every country has some sort of a pancake, however, most are eaten for dessert. Every country has several different kids of bread.< Less
Frenching Food Italian Style By Nate Cianciola
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For thirty years, from 1967 to 1997, Nate’s Brown Derby Restaurant was one of Rochester, New York’s hidden treasures. It was the semi-secret haunt of entertainers and politicians of both... More > national and international repute. Now the Brown Derby’s owner, Nate Cianciola, and his brother Chef Vincenzo Cianciola, have gathered 73 of the recipes that made them famous into one volume: Frenching Food Italian Style. It’s all here, from the award-winning Veal French to Linguine Mangione.< Less
Zupa, Soppa, Soup: A Book of European Soup By Christopher Smith
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A cookbook with a difference. Soup recipes, foreign tales and beautiful illustrations inspired by a trip through Europe.
Grits to Guacamole: And Everything Else We Love- Generations of Southern Recipes- Plus Our Favorite Grilled & Barbecued Foods- Mexican, European, & Seafood Dishes By Drick Perry
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E-Book edition - Over 1200 time-honored recipes featuring southern dishes, seafood and shellfish, Mexican and International favorites, and Cajun and Creole recipes. Includes an array of grilling and... More > barbecue recipes from southern Alabama. Recipes from my family and friends, some going back three generations and all are wonderfully, down-home good. These are the ones we cook and serve everyday.< Less
Armenian Food: Fact, Fiction & Folklore By Irina Petrosian, David Underwood
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Food is a portal to Armenia’s past and present-day culture. This culinary journey across the land called Hayastan presents the rich history, wondrous legends, and fact-filled stories of... More > Armenian cuisine. Authors Irina Petrosian and David Underwood take readers on a memorable tour of Armenia by way of the kitchen. What ancient Armenian fable warned against genetically-altered food? What little-known Armenian fruit may have helped Noah on the ark? What was the diet of David of Sassoun, the legendary Armenian Hercules? What was the influence of the Soviet Union on the food ways of Armenia? What strange and exotic fruits and herbs are sold in Armenia’s markets? Why do Armenians go to cemeteries to “feed” the dead? What role did coffee play in Armenian marriage rituals? If you are curious about one of the world’s most ancient cultures, or are contemplating a trip to Armenia, don’t miss the chance to read this fascinating book.< Less