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Brazilian Cuisine By James Newton
eBook (PDF): $3.07
Classic Brazilian Recipes has a good selection of the most loved dishes from Brazil. A mixture of Portuguese, African and South American flavours to dance on your taste buds. Truly irresistible... More > cuisine from the calypso region of the Americas:< Less
Art of Brazilian Cooking By Goce Nikolovski
eBook (ePub): $3.49
Brazil has a wonderful variety of traditional foods. Brazilian cuisine is a result of a combination of key ingredients brought by different cultures that arrived into our country. It all started with... More > the colonisation by the Portuguese in the 16th century. During our history many other different nationalities introduced a variety of elements and dishes for example the Italians (pizza, pasta), the Spanish (empanadillas - empadinhas), the Arabs (spiha, lamb, kibbeh), the Chinese and Japanese (wontons – pastels). This Brazilian Cookbook contains over 370 authentic Brazilian recipes, which will bring to your table some of the best and the tastiest dishes from the authentic Brazilian cuisine. You will enjoy preparing and tasting every one of the meals! I have included recipes that are quick and easy to prepare whilst others are time consuming but well worth the effort. Choose and enjoy your own adventure from this book. Enjoy and Bon appetite !< Less
Taste of Brazilian Cuisine By Goce Nikolovski
eBook (ePub): $2.99
Brazil is the largest country in both South America and Latin America. The cuisine of a nation is determined largely by the societies, customs and traditions within that culture as well as by... More > accessibility and availability to certain foods and ingredients. Because Brazil is such a melting pot of colours, languages and customs, its cuisine is similarly varied. Brazilian food is an exuberant, colourful mix of Portuguese, African, European and native foods, including some from the Amazon. On this book you will find over 200 the best classic Brazilian food recipes all of which will open up a whole new world of culinary delight to anyone not yet familiar with the delicious eats coming out of this beautiful South American country. Enjoy and Bon appetite - Bom apetite !!!< Less
Healthy Sweet Treats By Ronaldo Fulieri, Cristiana Feldens
eBook (PDF): $3.99
Nutritious and delicious healthy sweet treats to make at home. All the recipes are simple, quick and easy to do. This is a book designed to cater to all sorts of people, especially those with dietary... More > restrictions and looking for a healthy alternative to the sweets out there on the market. All the recipes in this ebook are: Dairy Free Gluten Free And free from refined sugars, trans-fat and artificial flavours Enjoy the pleasures of a delicious healthy sweet treat.< Less
Magical Pitanga Cherry By Luiz Grossman
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Pitanga cherry, also known as Brazilian Cherry, is one of the most popular fruit in Brazil. No one dislikes it. The Pitanga Cherry takes us back to childhood, it brings up memories of other times,... More > the pranks, Grandma's desserts and folk remedy for stomach ache. Indeed, Pitanga cherry is much more than that: the most Brazilian of all fruits has many secrets that are slowly revealed in this book, in all sensory dimensions. Pitanga cherry, the Plant explains what the source of all its richness is and how you can grow it. Pitanga cherry Health explains how the unique properties of the plant can be used to improve your health. Pitanga cherry Beauty tells the secrets of the Pitanga cherry in cosmetics. Pitanga cherry Perfume is about its deep and unique scent, which is the gateway to emotions, and finally, Pitanga cherry Flavor allows you to experience every nuance of the flavor of this magnificent fruit through recipes for main courses, sauces and desserts that you can easily prepare.< Less
Magical Pitanga Cherry By Luiz Grossman
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Pitanga cherry, also known as Brazilian Cherry, is one of the most popular fruit in Brazil. No one dislikes it. The Pitanga Cherry takes us back to childhood, it brings up memories of other times,... More > the pranks, Grandma's desserts and folk remedy for stomach ache. Indeed, Pitanga cherry is much more than that: the most Brazilian of all fruits has many secrets that are slowly revealed in this book, in all sensory dimensions. Pitanga cherry, the Plant explains what the source of all its richness is and how you can grow it. Pitanga cherry Health explains how the unique properties of the plant can be used to improve your health. Pitanga cherry Beauty tells the secrets of the Pitanga cherry in cosmetics. Pitanga cherry Perfume is about its deep and unique scent, which is the gateway to emotions, and finally, Pitanga cherry Flavor allows you to experience every nuance of the flavor of this magnificent fruit through recipes for main courses, sauces and desserts that you can easily prepare.< Less
Ronaldo’s Kitchen: The Superpower of Nutrition By Ronaldo Fulieri
eBook (ePub): $6.95
1. Easy, simple and quick recipes with high-energy foods like Acai an Chia seeds, raw cacau, maca and many other superfoods. 2. Nutrition and fitness tips and ideas to improve health and lose... More > weight. 3. 50 gluten free and dairy free recipes. Plus, 4. Acid and alkaline food list. 5. Healthy and simple lunch and dinner meal recipes. 6. Fresh food shopping advice and seasonal food list. 7. How to use fresh superfoods wisely and save money on your shopping.< Less
Hugh's Who: The Name-Dropper's Cookbook By Hugh Millais
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An adventurer in the classic sense, Hugh Millais has made a career of being in the right place at the right time. Now, in his 78th year, Millais has chosen to release a unique memoir, the Name... More > Dropper’s Cookbook. The great grandson of painter John Everett Millais, Hugh Millais is the sort of well connected Epicure we’d all like to have round for dinner. In the process of building Salvador Dali’s house, living with Orson Welles for a year, sleeping between Ava Gardner and Marlene Dietrich and seeing his great friend Hemingway cry giving away his last bottle of vodka, Hugh picked up his friends’ favourite recipes along the way. Spanning countless countries and with an outrageous anecdote for every dish, The Name Dropper’s Cookbook is an ingenious look at the life and times of Hugh Millais and his notorious friends.< Less