Multcolib My Librarian Diana: Great International Cookbooks
Annotation:Two chefs from Jerusalem, a Jew and a Palestinian, present recipes from their native city that are extraordinarily vivid.
Annotation:Jaffrey has the knack of taking exotic, ingredients-laden recipes and making them seem utterlyly doable in your home kitchen.
Annotation:Psilakis's presents great personal essays and recipes for Greek food that are healthful, affordable, and satisfying.
Annotation:Lidia takes us on a gastronomic journey from Piemonte to Puglia exploring ten different regions that have informed her cooking and helped to make her the fabulous cook that she is today.
Annotation:Dorie Greenspan captures all the excitement of French home cooking, sharing disarmingly simple dishes she has gathered over years of living in France
Annotation:I love how Duguid presents recipes along with gorgeous photographs of the countries she explores and personal stories about her travels. I want her job.
Annotation:Expertly blending history with travel narrative and memoir, Presilla brings Latin American food culture to life.
Annotation:In this very seasonal cookbook, drawing from his travels around the world, Tanis teaches how to think clearly about conceiving, preparing and enjoying simple but delicious meals.
Annotation:Kennedy has been called "The Julia Child of Mexican cuisine," and in this book she shares her vast knowledge and careful, step-by-step instructions with you.
Annotation:This book is impressively researched and beautifully written. The recipes are intriguing and painstakingly detailed. I especially love some of the chopped salads.
Annotation:The authors of this book traveled all over the rice-loving world, and they have the recipes and photographs to prove it. I use this one a lot.