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To this day, Sachertorte continues to be baked to the original, well-guarded recipe. Return to Book Page.
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Jan 08, Kelly is currently reading it. Oct 20, Steve Morse rated it it was amazing. When Metternich ordered a grand dessert for distinguished guests and the head chef was taken ill, Sacher stepped in to create a splendid chocolate cake.
Personally I wish there were more descriptions and photos but overall it’s a great companion to any foodie out there. Absolutely fascinating so far I was shocked at how much there was that I had never heard of before. Well worth owning for any gourmand or adventure eater.
The book explains many facts about preparing food which you might always have had wondered about before! I liked looking at some of the unusual veg Okay, I’ll admit – I did not read every word of this very, very long book.
In any case, entertaining, but I am quite sure there are more useful reference works on world ingredients that would provide more useful information on these consumables. An interesting effort at bridging the multiplicity of wonderfully diverse ingredients.
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I already want to eat a finger lime and a rambutan and some ackee! Angela rated it really liked it Jun 15, Apr 04, Simon rated it liked it. I liked looking at some of the unusual vegetables and fruit. Names of foods cross referenced in other languages. The cake was invented in by Franz Sacher, a sixteen-year-old apprentice working in the kitchens of Prince Metternich, the legendary Austrian diplomat. Of anything, I really want to try a moon-cake or dragon-fruit.
Dinamarie rated it it provr amazing May 24, IT has two glorious conidas of rich, intensely flavored chocolate sponge, sandwiched together with apricot jam, and swathed in a glossy chocolate coating.
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Oct 08, Manybooks rated it it was ok Shelves: May 26, John Hinton rated it liked it. It is always a mammoth task to catalogue a finite list comidass infinite ingredients they left out some truly fantastic ingredients from China but then hey, from what they have covered, they have done in an interesting and well researched manner.
Dec 08, Teguh Sudarisman rated it really cpmidas it. Feb 03, Crystal rated it it was amazing Shelves: Mar 31, Patty R. Time to get cooking! Jan 05, Geoff rated it liked it.
For starters I’m happy that this was not a compilation focused on a American and major European food items, and b food items from provvar food pegs such as Thai, Chinese, Japanese or Mexican culinary cultures. Sep 07, Kim rated it really liked it Shelves: Laura rated it really liked it Nov 12, Mar 15, Jack marked it as to-read. It also made me a bit sad – I will probably never go to these foreign countries to eat some fomidas this food.
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It’s nice to see, too, that it’s not all about truffles and other exotic items but include things as common as bananas and nuts. Lori rated it liked it May 08, The book is divided into sections based on food type meats, dairy products, fruits, vegetables, sweets and confections, etc. Liked that there were pictures, yet some of the pictures should have included the whole item before peeling, slaughter, cleaning, etc; as both whole item pictures and then prepared views would have provided a fuller sense of the items being described.
Each entry features authoritative yet opinionated descriptions as well as anecdotes about the producers or the region ensuring that this book will have wide appeal to connoisseurs and novices alike. Generally, the list concentrates on edible ingredients, rather than any type of specific dishes or recipes in world cuisine, though this comes to be more debatable, especially in the bakery and confections sections which are the smallest in the book.
It’s really oara a book of ingredients. I haven’t had a chance to finish it yet, but it’s a nice way to see how far one has gone as a gourmand.