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"...thrilling, enjoyable and essential reading." -Anthony Bourdain "This book is a masterpiece, a feast for the senses, a tribute to the traditional authentic flavors that are synonymous with the Indonesian archipelago ... An essential reference for enthusiastic cooks everywhere who are keen to learn more about this vibrant cuisine." -Christine Manfield Chef, author, food and travel writer "William Wongso's name is well-known all over Indonesia and abroad: in Southeast Asia and the USA. He is an expert in many aspects of Indonesian cuisine. He has extensive knowledge of the regional foods of Indonesia. This book is his attempt to make public his knowledge of a subject he loves and is very passionate about." -Sri Owen, author of Noodles: The New Way, and The Indonesian Kitchen "If Indonesian food culture has a voice, it would be spoken through Pak Wiliam and inked here..." -KF Seetooh, Makansutra Singapore "Food is culture and the best cookbooks are those that combine culinary culture with excellent recipes, which is exactly what William Wongso's Flavors of Indonesia does. Add to this tremendous photography of markets, produce and each of the recipes, and you have a beautiful cookbook that offers the reader a perfect introduction to Indonesia's culinary riches." -Anissa Helou Food writer & chef "Flavors of Indonesia is essential for any food lover wishing to learn, understand and cook authentic Indonesian cuisine. Recipes include long-forgotten dishes from obscure villages across the vast culinary landscape of the archipelago of Indonesia. William is the perfect culinary guide whose knowledge and passion are evident on every page." -Bobby Chinn, Chef restaurateur & TV presenter "William Wongso invites you to his homeland and provides us with a deeper understanding of the authentic foods of Indonesia u traditional recipes and modern interpretations both with detailed, yet concise recipes." -Chef Robert Danhi, Award Winning Author of Southeast Asian Flavors, and TV Show Host of Taste of Vietnam "William Wongso's cookbook, Flavors of Indonesia, is no less than a tour de force. In addition to it being an amazing collection of authentic recipes from throughout the immense Indonesian Archipelagouand gorgeously illustrateduit is laced with fascinating and extensive narrative. -Joan Peterson, President of Ginkgo Press, and author of Eat Smart in IndonesiaReseña del editor:
"...thrilling, enjoyable and essential reading" -Anthony BourdainThe quintessential tastes of Indonesia are rich yet subtle, complex yet elegant. Each region of Indonesia is home to a distinctive cuisine, many of which trace back to the marvelous, abundant history of these islands. In this great nation, food is about creating a harmonious melange of diverse flavors, passions, beliefs, and traditions. Flavors of Indonesia is a beautifully illustrated Indonesian cookbook, culinary guide and cultural exploration that introduces readers to the specialties and characteristics of the world's largest archipelago. Celebrated chef and Indonesian TV personality William Wongso takes you on a journey through Indonesia, retracing the religious, architectural, and culinary history of Java as seen through the island's royal cuisine. You'll learn about spices and fresh ingredients as you visit local markets in Sumatra and sample the zesty dishes of Sulawesi. As elsewhere across Southeast Asia, some of Indonesia's most appetizing treats are to be found in its streets and back lanes, and Wongso shares his must-have street food and snack recipes in a special chapter. Experience the true flavors of Indonesia through William Wongso's expertly detailed descriptions of the most widely used ingredients and spices, along with recipes and techniques designed for preparation in modern kitchens.
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Descripción BAB Publishing Indonesia. Hardcover. Condición: New. 198 pages. and hellipi;thrilling, enjoyable and essential reading Anthony BourdainFor Indonesians, plats du jour come in perhaps far too many choices. But Rendang Padang is an absolute favorite. Its sheer goodness comes from a thick, caramelized beef curry that churns out the aroma of spiced coconut milk and the molten sugar of ripe coconuts. The final look is somewhat blackened, but not burnt. In this heavenly dish lies the quintessential taste of Indonesiaurich yet subtle, both complex and elegant. However, that is not to say that the vastness of Indonesias culinary treasures can be reduced to one single dish. Each region in Indonesia is home to distinctive cuisine, many of which can be traced back through an exciting history. In this great nation, food is about a harmonious mTlange of diverse flavors, passions, religious, believes and tradition. At home, Indonesians customarily put all the dishes on the table at the same time. Sambal (hot sauce) or kecap manis (sweet soy sauce) are set apart as an option to add according to personal preference. Fresh green leaves serve as a salad to accompany the meal. The rest is a combination of different kinds of cooking: deep-fried crispy, boiled, curried, grilled or stewed (the harmonious of sweet, sour, hot, salty and aromatic). This book introduces readers to the regional specialties and characteristics of the worlds largest archipelago. Connoisseurs and foodies, as well as those with a general interest, will appreciate the detailed descriptions of the culinary treasures in each region, complemented by their historical backgrounds. William Wongso will take you on a journey from the enchanting West to the mysterious East of Indonesia. YouAEll retrace the religious, architectural and culinary ascendancy of royal Java as seen through the islands royal cuisine. Learn more about old spices and fresh ingredients as you tread through local markets in Sumatra. Devour the zesty food of Sulawesi, and more. As elsewhere across Southeast Asia, some of Indonesias most appetizing treats are to be found on its streets and in its back alleys. Wongso shares his picks of the must-haves of street food and snacks in a dedicated chapter. Detailed descriptions of the most widely used ingredients and spices are provided. He then follows through with recipes and techniques applicable to modern kitchens. The reader can go beyond the predictable nasi goreng and sate and recreate some of Indonesias tastiest and most daring dishes in their original forms, but using contemporary presentations. Experience the true flavors of Indonesia. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Hardcover. Nº de ref. del artículo: 9789798926327
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