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The Food of the World, a Journey for Food Lovers
Murdoch Books


The Food of the World is a sumptuous collection of the world's best recipes. Each dish is beautifully photographed and double tested in our kitchens for authenticity and accuracy.
There are everyday snacks, staple fare for regular meals and elegant dinner menus with delicious desserts. Recipes come from the very heart of China, the smallest village in France and the busy streets of India. Prepare home-cooking straight from Southern Italian kitchens and learn about the produce and night market food of Thailand.
With cooking tips and step-by-step photographs for more challenging techniques, every cook can create these amazing recipes. You can try quail masala wrapped in banana leaves, longevity noodles from China, traditional French tarte tatin and hot and sour grilled fish salad from Thailand.
This is a complete visual and culinary feast for the senses. The Food of the World is an exotic journey, complete with details about recipe origins and food culture, fuelled by recipes that you can easily create in your own kitchen.


It's a really big book. A Food Bible!

Gordon Ramsey, Recipes from a 3 Stars Chef
Quadrille


Gordon Ramsay has become almost more famous for his award-winning TV shows "Kitchen Nightmares" and "The F Word", than for his expertise as an awardwinning chef and restaurateur. However, at the heart of his talent is a passion for good food and an eye for perfection that has consistently seen him receive three coveted Michelin stars. He has been called the best chef of his generation, and this book sees Gordon at his day job - running a three-star kitchen and producing food often described as 'sublime'. Getting right to the heart of why Gordon is such a celebrated chef, the first part of the book shows 50 classic Gordon Ramsay recipes presented as they would be in one of his restaurants. The second part of the book shows the dishes presented in a domestic situation with full recipes and step-by-step instructions to recreate them yourself. Dishes include Gordon's signature Lobster Ravioli, Corn Reared Beef Fillet with Marrow Crust, Ginger Mousse and a Bitter Chocolate Cylinder with Coffee Granite.

Another BIG book at Bloom to please our tummies...
Have a happy cooking day!

2 Comments:

  1. Anonymous said...
    WHERE IS RING?????
    The Management said...
    Ring is on Mars!

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