Maison Kayser s French Pastry Workshop

Author: Eric Kayser
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0316473642
Format: PDF, ePub
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Master the art of French pastry with step-by-step instructions from one of Paris's best bakers and founder of the renowned Maison Kayser. Soon after Maison Kayser opened its first shop in New York City in 2012, USA Today named it one of America's best bakeries. Not surprising considering Eric Kayser is recognized as one of the most talented artisan bakers in the world. One of the draws to this ever-growing chain is the dozens of colorful and delicate pastries found in the window every day. And now you can make them at home. Originally published in France, Maison Kayser's French Pastry Workshop provides step-by-step instruction for making dozens of classic desserts. From festive creations to simple but sophisticated fare, Kayser provides clearly written recipes and his expert insight so you can replicate his delectable creations. More than 70 recipes include his bakery bestsellers, such as raspberry macaroons, lemon meringue tartlets, Epiphany cake, Yule logs, financiers, chocolate hazelnut tarts, among others. Hundreds of full-color photos show the beautiful pastries, as well as provide visual instructions for anything tricky.

Fodor s Morocco

Author: Fodor's Travel Guides
Publisher: Fodor's Travel
ISBN: 1101878657
Format: PDF, ePub
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Written by locals, Fodor's travel guides have been offering expert advice for all tastes and budgets for 80 years. Thanks to a prime location linking Europe and North Africa, as well as a vibrant culture and stable government, Morocco has seen a huge influx of tourists in recent years. Sophisticated new hotels and resorts are popping up everywhere, including in booming cities such as Marrakesh, Fez, and Tangier. From its southern deserts to the Atlas Mountains to the wave-swept Atlantic coast, Morocco continues to draw travelers eager to experience this gorgeous and diverse country. This travel guide includes: · Dozens of full-color maps · Hundreds of hotel and restaurant recommendations, with Fodor's Choice designating our top picks · Multiple itineraries to explore the top attractions and what’s off the beaten path · Coverage of Tangier and the Mediterranean, The Northern Atlantic Coast, Fez and the Middle Atlas, Marrakesh, The High Atlas, The Great Oasis Valleys, and The Southern Atlantic Coast

Food Lovers Guide to Manhattan

Author: Alexis Lipsitz Flippin
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493010379
Format: PDF, Mobi
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The ultimate guide to Manhattan's food scene provides the inside scoop on the best places to find, enjoy, and celebrate local culinary offerings. Written for residents and visitors alike to find producers and purveyors of tasty local specialties, as well as a rich array of other, indispensable food-related information including: food festivals and culinary events; specialty food shops; farmers’ markets and farm stands; trendy restaurants and time-tested iconic landmarks; and recipes using local ingredients and traditions.

Good Bread Is Back

Author: Steven Laurence Kaplan
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 0822388286
Format: PDF, Docs
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In Good Bread Is Back, historian and leading French bread expert Steven Laurence Kaplan takes readers into aromatic Parisian bakeries as he explains how good bread began to reappear in France in the 1990s, following almost a century of decline in quality. Kaplan describes how, while bread comprised the bulk of the French diet during the eighteenth century, by the twentieth, per capita consumption had dropped off precipitously. This was largely due to social and economic modernization and the availability of a wider choice of foods. But part of the problem was that the bread did not taste good. In a culture in which bread is sacrosanct, bad bread was more than a gastronomical disappointment; it was a threat to France's sense of itself. By the mid-1990s bakers rallied, and bread officially designated as "bread of the French tradition" was in demand throughout Paris. Kaplan meticulously describes good bread's ideal crust and crumb (interior), mouth feel, aroma, and taste. He discusses the breadmaking process in extraordinary detail, from the ingredients to the kneading, shaping, and baking, and even the sound bread should make when it comes out of the oven. Kaplan does more than tell the story of the revival of good bread in France. He makes the reader see, smell, taste, feel, and even hear why it is so very wonderful that good bread is back.

Quo Vadis

Author: Генрик Сенкевич
Publisher: Litres
ISBN: 5040852614
Format: PDF, ePub
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France 2005

Author: Robert I. C. Fisher
Publisher: Fodors Travel Publications
ISBN: 9781400014118
Format: PDF, Docs
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Provides information on French history and culture, and shares advice on sightseeing, shopping, and entertainment

Finding the Flavors We Lost

Author: Patric Kuh
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062219561
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The multiple-James Beard Award–winning restaurant critic for Los Angeles Magazine delivers an arresting exploration of our cultural demand for “artisanal” foods in a world dominated by corporate agribusiness. We hear the word “artisanal” all the time—attached to cheese, chocolate, coffee, even fast-food chain sandwiches—but what does it actually mean? We take “farm to table” and “handcrafted food” for granted now but how did we get here? In Finding the Flavors We Lost, acclaimed food writer Patric Kuh profiles major figures in the so-called “artisanal” food movement who brought exceptional taste back to food and inspired chefs and restaurateurs to redefine and rethink the way we eat. Kuh begins by narrating the entertaining stories of countercultural “radicals” who taught themselves the forgotten crafts of bread, cheese, and beer-making in reaction to the ever-present marketing of bland, mass-produced food, and how these people became the inspiration for today’s crop of young chefs and artisans. Finding the Flavors We Lost also analyzes how population growth, speedier transportation, and the societal shifts and economic progress of the twentieth century led to the rise of supermarkets and giant food corporations, which encouraged the general desire to swap effort and quality for convenience and quantity. Kuh examines how a rediscovery of the value of craft and individual effort has fueled today’s popularity and appreciation for artisanal food and the transformations this has effected on both the restaurant menu and the dinner table. Throughout the book, he raises a host of critical questions. How big of an operation is too big for a food company to still call themselves “artisanal”? Does the high cost of handcrafted goods unintentionally make them unaffordable for many Americans? Does technological progress have to quash flavor? Eye-opening, informative, and entertaining, Finding the Flavors We Lost is a fresh look into the culture of artisan food as we know it today—and what its future may be.

Misterioso

Author: Arne Dahl
Publisher: Metaichmio Publications
ISBN: 6180303703
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Πανικός καταλαμβάνει τη σουηδική κοινωνία όταν ο ένας μετά τον άλλο δολοφονούνται οι μεγαλοεπιχειρηματίες της χώρας. Προκειμένου να διαλευκανθεί η υπόθεση το ταχύτερο δυνατόν και χωρίς άλλες απώλειες, ο Αρχηγός της Αστυνομίας συστήνει την επίλεκτη Ομάδα Άλφα. Αν και ετερόκλητο σύνολο, η ομάδα καλείται να συλλάβει τον «Δολοφόνο των Ισχυρών», που τρυπώνει στα σαλόνια τους χωρίς να αφήνει ίχνη, ακούει τζαζ παραμονεύοντας στο σκοτάδι και σκοτώνει πάντα με δύο πυροβολισμούς στο κεφάλι. Οι έρευνες οδηγούν σε διαφορετικούς δρόμους· από τις τράπεζες και την ιστιοπλοΐα ως τη ρώσικη μαφία και έναν θρυλικό αυτοσχεδιασμό του τζαζίστα Τελόνιους Μονκ … Misterioso Με χειρουργική ακρίβεια ο Άρνε Νταλ ανατέμνει τη σύγχρονη κοινωνική πραγματικότητα και γράφει ένα σφιχτό και συναρπαστικό αστυνομικό μυθιστόρημα, το οποίο αγαπήθηκε από εκατομμύρια αναγνώστες σε όλο τον κόσμο.