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Flatbreads & Flavors: A Baker's Atlas Paperback – August 26, 2008
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These people have really gone and done it! They've brought the real excitement of these flavors and textures back home. -- Nancy Harmon Jenkins, author of The Mediterranean Diet Cookbook --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Also recommended: "Recipes and Remembrances from an Eastern Mediterranean Kitchen," by Sonia Uvezian. This is by far the best volume in its subject area and one of the greatest ethnic cookbooks ever written, offering fascinating text and hundreds of splendid recipes. The illuminating essays on the region's flatbreads as well as recipes for flavor-packed dishes that utilize them are reason enough to purchase this book.
While Alford and Duguid seem to have inherited the style of the great culinary travelogue, `Honey from a Weed' by Patience Gray, they have their own twists on this style which makes it all their own. One difference is that while Gray does a fair amount of reflection on the whys of local techniques, her observations are not systematic. They are more in the line of archeological observations. Since Alford and Duguid in this book, are dealing with the single technique of baking flatbreads, this focus give them the opportunity to give us an excellent tutorial on bread baking technique, including the use of modern appliances in the making of traditional flatbread recipes.
The authors take their `Atlas' approach seriously, as each chapter addresses a particular geographical region and opens with a map locating the center of traditional production for each type of bread. The eight regions are:
Central Asia, primarily Iran, the `...stans', and Tibet with lots of yoghurt and kebabs.
China, Vietnam, and Malaysia with dipping sauces, pancakes, and roll-ups.
India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka with chutneys, curries, and lentils galore.Read more ›
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Let me say right away that as far as a bread baking book goes, this one is interesting, but somewhat limited in scope. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Dale
great resource for all kinds of breads...love the stories that go with recipes.....Published 12 months ago by Janine Chevalier
This is a combination travelog and cookbook. Recipes are easily followed. A lot of good lore for cooking wholegrain flatbreads, which is what I prefer. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Susan
MERCHANDISE RECIEVED AS DESCRIBED, AND IN EXCELENT CONDITION. THANK YOU FOR THE BARGIN.Published 17 months ago by James K. Ford