A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations , on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place.
- Spain: Tortilla español.
- Weekly Meal Plan: June 17–21.
- The Cracks Between What We Are and What We Are Supposed to Be: Essays and Interviews (Modern & Contemporary Poetics).
- A Collection of Recipes from around the World.
- Veggie pizza is not on the menu tonight..
- International Vegetarian Recipes • Curious Cuisiniere?
Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification eg. Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.
Series: Easy Menu Ethnic Cookbooks
This Egyptian classic is a broke students dream.
This is your ultimate carb-laden bowl of comfort food. No matter how empty your cupboards are, you will likely have the basic ingredients to throw together this authentic Middle Eastern dish.
Kushari is the national dish of Egypt, you can find it served in every restaurant, home and at many street food stalls. Kushari involves a mixture of rice, macaroni noodles, and lentils topped with a spicy tomato sauce and crispy onions. Sound like the dinner you threw together during midterm season?
It is commonly known as a "poor man's dish " but loved by all. Coffee Tea Perfect for when you're An entertaining, thorough examination of the science of cooking — not surprisingly Heston Blumenthal's choice of book on Desert Island Discs. The Independent writer who tragically died aged Round wrote beautifully and passionately about British seasonal cookery and was feted by food lovers from Elizabeth David to Marco Pierre White.
The first book by the brilliant British diplomat and chronicler of all things food-related whose writing was discovered by Elizabeth David when he documented how to cook the fish he saw on the Tunis dockside. Published when pasta still considered outlandish, with illustrations by the great David Gentleman. One of Jane Grigson's favourites. Will restart your relationship with your local butcher — everything you need and should know about the slaughter, preparation and cooking of animals.
Out of print, but you'll find secondhand copies online.
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The fundamentals of Japanese food — including 16 pages on preparing sashimi - from a man who ran the country's largest cookery school and owned one of the world's largest private collections of Bach recordings. Revolutionised vegetarian cooking. Key dish: black bean chili. Passionate, meticulous 1,page encyclopaedia from Australia's one-woman answer to Delia, Jamie and Hugh.
Includes her famous take on Queen of Puddings. A celebration of all things pig, rooted in Reynaud's upbringing in the Ardeche. Starts with a slaughter — the author attended his first at the age of seven — which puts the cute illustrations in their proper context. Accurately subtitled "a fresh look at classic cooking" the clear, concise recipes show why Little is still lovingly referenced as the godfather of modern British cooking.
Classic Mediterranean cooking from husband and wife team behind award-winning east London restaurant. Full of useful touches, such as an index of suppliers. Revered by Bill Buford, Eugenie Brazier was the first woman chef to win three Michelin stars and the first to win two sets of three. Bill Buford. Born in Guangdong province but raised in Hong Kong, before living in India and then London, the late Yan Kit-So was as much cultural historian as cook - she was involved in the oriental antiquities department of the British Museum.
Series by cover
This was her first book, an award-winning run through the essentials of authentic Chinese cookery that still stands today. Journalist Mendel is an American who has lived in southern Spain for more than 30 years, immersing herself in the country's culture and cooking. This is an authoritative blend of both, with little asides — crema catalana is the Father's Day dessert of choice, apparently — making it more than just a thorough compendium of recipes.
Exhaustive, 5,recipe guide from the father of French food, whose translators, suitably enough, met while working at the Savoy itself, where Escoffier, head of restaurant services, invented the peach melba. Everything is here, from sauces to game, salads to jam, but it's not for novices, and is as much reference book as cookbook. The book that took Henderson's waste-nothing take on meat-eating worldwide. The philosophy is simple — "If you're going to kill the animal it seems only polite to use the whole thing" — but has proved revolutionary, introducing a generation to rough but beautiful cuts they'd never previously considered, or might even have been a little scared of.
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