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- Publication Date: May 1, 2019
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- Language: English
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The Heritage Cookbook: 300+ Recipes to Help You Connect with Your Ancestry Kindle Edition
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I am a fan of Ancestral Table and Paleo Takeout, and I can't wait to dig in to all the recipes featured here! I am especially excited to try my hand at recipes from cuisines I don't know that much about, including Africa and the Middle East. It means a lot to me that the concept of American heritage has been expanded in this book to include other nations besides Europe. I think that says a lot in today's current political climate.
The book is divided into two major volumes: Who We Are and What We Eat (Volume 1) and The Heritage Cookbook, Volume II. From nutritional genomics & cultural history...to delicious international cuisine - what an amazing journey Russ takes the reader through! As a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, what I learn from this book can be applied to how I practice and work with clients. Win-win all around.
Congratulations, Russ, well done!
And then, there are the recipes! We have already tried several - with great success - and have the book studded with sticky notes of other recipes we are excited to try. (In fact, we have chicken simmering on the stove as we speak so we can make Avgolemono - a chicken & rice soup originating in the Balkans!)
The cookbook is big, and that may be off-putting to some, but it is very well organized, and the book lays flat when open for easy reading & reference. This is the kind of reference/cookbook that one can refer to time and time again - for specific recipes, for information, for foundation sauces, spice blends, side dishes, etc.