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Winner IACP Cookbook Award for Culinary Travel 2013Naomi Duguid’s heralded cookbooks have always transcended the category to become “something larger andimportant” Los Angeles Times Each in its own way is “a breakthrough booka major contribution” The New York Times And as Burma opens up after a half century of seclusion who better than Duguid—the esteemed author of Hot Sour Salty Sweet—to introduce the country and its food and flavors to the WestLocated at the crossroads between China India and the nations of Southeast Asia Burma has long been a land that absorbed outside influences into its everyday life from the Buddhist religion to foodstuffs like the potato In the process the people of the country now known as Myanmar have developed a rich complex cuisine that mekes inventive use of easily available ingredients to create exciting flavor combinationsSalads are one of the best entry points into the glories of this cuisine with sparkling flavors—crispy fried shallots a sueeze of fresh lime juice a dash of garlic oil a pinch of turmeric some crunchy roast peanuts—balanced with a light hand The salad tradition is flexible; Burmese cooks transform all kinds of foods into salads from chicken and roasted eggplant to spinach and tomato And the enticing Tea Leaf Salad is a signature dish in central Burma and in the eastern hills that are home to the Shan peopleMohinga a delicious blend of rice noodles and fish broth adds up to comfort food at its best Wherever you go in Burma you get a slightly different version because as Duguid explains each region layers its own touches into the dishTasty sauces chutneys and relishes—essential elements of Burmese cuisine—will become mainstays in your kitchen as will a chicken roasted with potatoes turmeric and lemongrass; a seafood noodle stir fry with shrimp and mussels; Shan khaut swei an astonishing noodle dish made with pea tendrils and pork; a hearty chicken rice soup seasoned with ginger and soy sauce; and a breathtakingly simple dessert composed of just sticky rice coconut and palm sugarInterspersed throughout the 125 recipes are intriguing tales from the author’s many trips to this fascinating but little known land One such captivating essay shows how Burmese women adorn themselves with thanaka a white paste used to protect and decorate the skin Buddhism is a central fact of Burmese life we meet barefoot monks on their morning uest for alms as well as nuns with shaved heads; and Duguid takes us on tours of Shwedagon the amazingly grand temple complex on a hill in Rangoon the former capital She takes boats up Burma’s huge rivers highways to places inaccessible by road; spends time in village markets and home kitchens; and takes us to the farthest reaches of the country along the way introducing us to the fascinating people she encounters on her travelsThe best way to learn about an unfamiliar culture is through its food and in Burma Rivers of Flavor readers will be transfixed by the splendors of an ancient and wonderful country untouched by the outside world for generations whose simple recipes delight and satisfy and whose people are among the most gracious on earth.

burma pdf rivers free flavor mobile Burma Rivers book Burma Rivers of Flavor EpubWinner IACP Cookbook Award for Culinary Travel 2013Naomi Duguid’s heralded cookbooks have always transcended the category to become “something larger andimportant” Los Angeles Times Each in its own way is “a breakthrough booka major contribution” The New York Times And as Burma opens up after a half century of seclusion who better than Duguid—the esteemed author of Hot Sour Salty Sweet—to introduce the country and its food and flavors to the WestLocated at the crossroads between China India and the nations of Southeast Asia Burma has long been a land that absorbed outside influences into its everyday life from the Buddhist religion to foodstuffs like the potato In the process the people of the country now known as Myanmar have developed a rich complex cuisine that mekes inventive use of easily available ingredients to create exciting flavor combinationsSalads are one of the best entry points into the glories of this cuisine with sparkling flavors—crispy fried shallots a sueeze of fresh lime juice a dash of garlic oil a pinch of turmeric some crunchy roast peanuts—balanced with a light hand The salad tradition is flexible; Burmese cooks transform all kinds of foods into salads from chicken and roasted eggplant to spinach and tomato And the enticing Tea Leaf Salad is a signature dish in central Burma and in the eastern hills that are home to the Shan peopleMohinga a delicious blend of rice noodles and fish broth adds up to comfort food at its best Wherever you go in Burma you get a slightly different version because as Duguid explains each region layers its own touches into the dishTasty sauces chutneys and relishes—essential elements of Burmese cuisine—will become mainstays in your kitchen as will a chicken roasted with potatoes turmeric and lemongrass; a seafood noodle stir fry with shrimp and mussels; Shan khaut swei an astonishing noodle dish made with pea tendrils and pork; a hearty chicken rice soup seasoned with ginger and soy sauce; and a breathtakingly simple dessert composed of just sticky rice coconut and palm sugarInterspersed throughout the 125 recipes are intriguing tales from the author’s many trips to this fascinating but little known land One such captivating essay shows how Burmese women adorn themselves with thanaka a white paste used to protect and decorate the skin Buddhism is a central fact of Burmese life we meet barefoot monks on their morning uest for alms as well as nuns with shaved heads; and Duguid takes us on tours of Shwedagon the amazingly grand temple complex on a hill in Rangoon the former capital She takes boats up Burma’s huge rivers highways to places inaccessible by road; spends time in village markets and home kitchens; and takes us to the farthest reaches of the country along the way introducing us to the fascinating people she encounters on her travelsThe best way to learn about an unfamiliar culture is through its food and in Burma Rivers of Flavor readers will be transfixed by the splendors of an ancient and wonderful country untouched by the outside world for generations whose simple recipes delight and satisfy and whose people are among the most gracious on earth.

❮Download❯ ➹ Burma Rivers of Flavor ➾ Author Naomi Duguid – Comics-books.co Winner IACP Cookbook Award for Culinary Travel 2013Naomi Duguid’s heralded cookbooks have always transcended the category to become “something larger andimportant” Los Angeles Times Each in its ownWinner IACP Cookbook Award for Culinary Travel 2013Naomi Duguid’s heralded cookbooks have always transcended the category to become “something larger andimportant” Los Angeles Times Each in its own way is “a breakthrough booka major contribution” The New York Times And as Burma opens up after a half century of seclusion who better than Duguid—the esteemed author of Hot Sour Salty Sweet—to introduce the country and its food and flavors to the WestLocated at the crossroads between China India and the nations of Southeast Asia Burma has long been a land that absorbed outside influences into its everyday life from the Buddhist religion to foodstuffs like the potato In the process the people of the country now known as Myanmar have developed a rich complex cuisine that mekes inventive use of easily available ingredients to create exciting flavor combinationsSalads are one of the best entry points into the glories of this cuisine with sparkling flavors—crispy fried shallots a sueeze of fresh lime juice a dash of garlic oil a pinch of turmeric some crunchy roast peanuts—balanced with a light hand The salad tradition is flexible; Burmese cooks transform all kinds of foods into salads from chicken and roasted eggplant to spinach and tomato And the enticing Tea Leaf Salad is a signature dish in central Burma and in the eastern hills that are home to the Shan peopleMohinga a delicious blend of rice noodles and fish broth adds up to comfort food at its best Wherever you go in Burma you get a slightly different version because as Duguid explains each region layers its own touches into the dishTasty sauces chutneys and relishes—essential elements of Burmese cuisine—will become mainstays in your kitchen as will a chicken roasted with potatoes turmeric and lemongrass; a seafood noodle stir fry with shrimp and mussels; Shan khaut swei an astonishing noodle dish made with pea tendrils and pork; a hearty chicken rice soup seasoned with ginger and soy sauce; and a breathtakingly simple dessert composed of just sticky rice coconut and palm sugarInterspersed throughout the 125 recipes are intriguing tales from the author’s many trips to this fascinating but little known land One such captivating essay shows how Burmese women adorn themselves with thanaka a white paste used to protect and decorate the skin Buddhism is a central fact of Burmese life we meet barefoot monks on their morning uest for alms as well as nuns with shaved heads; and Duguid takes us on tours of Shwedagon the amazingly grand temple complex on a hill in Rangoon the former capital She takes boats up Burma’s huge rivers highways to places inaccessible by road; spends time in village markets and home kitchens; and takes us to the farthest reaches of the country along the way introducing us to the fascinating people she encounters on her travelsThe best way to learn about an unfamiliar culture is through its food and in Burma Rivers of Flavor readers will be transfixed by the splendors of an ancient and wonderful country untouched by the outside world for generations whose simple recipes delight and satisfy and whose people are among the most gracious on earth.

Burma Rivers of Flavor Epub Þ Burma Rivers  Epub / ë Epub comics books.co

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