As more and more people search for a healthy lifestyle and diet they are discovering the refreshingly simple cuisine of the Mediterranean. Depending on fresh produce, such as tomatoes, aubergines and garlic, combined with olive oil and herbs such basil, coriander and mint, the food of this region is exuberant, colourful and intensely beneficial to good health. From her extensive travels, Claudia Roden has collected over 150 of her favourite recipes, each one capturing the essential qualities of the region. The Mediterranean diet - high in fibre and low in saturated fats and sugars - emphasizes the use of a wide range of vegetables, grains and pulses. Claudia Roden's vegetarian recipes will satisfy every palate, while a chapter on Fish and Seafood will appeal to those who are not completely vegetarian. All Claudia Roden's recipes are infused with her lifelong passion for Mediterranean cooking - her selection of fruit desserts completes this inspired collection.
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Invitation to Mediterranean Cooking
As more and more people adopt a healthy lifestyle and diet, they are discovering the refreshingly simple cuisine of the Mediterranean. Claudia Roden is one of the culinary world's greatest experts on the genuine food and flavors of the region, and in this beautifully illustrated book she extends an Invitation to Mediterranean Cooking with over 150 recipes that capture the essential qualities of this vibrant cuisine.
The high-fiber, low-fat Mediterranean diet emphasizes the use of a wide range of vegetables and grains, fresh fish and seafood. Here, Claudia Roden has selected a range of main courses, desserts, and side dishes from her extensive travels not only in Europe, but in Mediterranean Africa and the Middle East as well. The recipes include established dishes from Italy, Spain, and France, such as Linguine with Spinach and Pine Nuts, Gazpacho, and Provençal Mushroom Tart, as well as more unusual dishes such as Tunisian Eggplant Omelette and Spicy Walnut Paste from Turkey. In her engaging style, Roden thoroughly explains techniques and ingredients to enable home cooks of every skill-level to prepare these intriguing dishes.
Beautifully complemented by Gus Filgate's evocative photographs, these recipes extend an irresistible welcome to the warming flavors and life-affirming principles of the bright, fresh Mediterranean.
Claudia Roden was born and grew up in Cairo, and was educated in Paris before moving to London. From the publication in 1968 of her first book, A New Book of Middle Eastern Food, to her more recent titles, including The Food of Italy and A Book of Jewish Food, she has established a reputation as one of the most distinguished culinary authors and food writers. She has won four Glenfiddich awards, among other accolades, for her enthusiastic and well researched books.
Also published by Rizzoli, New York:
Carluccio's Complete Italian Food
Antonio and Priscilla Carluccio
A Celebration of the Culture, Lifestyle and Food of the Italian Riviera
Photographs by Alison Harris
The Foods of Sicily and Sardinia and the Smaller Islands
Photographs by John Dominis
Jacket design by Janet James
Jacket photograph: Gus Filgate
Author photograph: Martin Brigdale
"Claudia Roden is a cookbook writer who does not write cookbooks. Rather, she follows the tendrils of memory that bind people and families. Hers is an impassioned quest to stitch together the fabric of a culture."--Molly O'Neill, The New York Times Magazine
"Roden has done extensive footwork, traveling the area and visiting the private kitchens in Greece, Italy, France, Spain, North Africa, and the Middle East.... With Roden we get the region's most flavorful fare."--Bon Appetit
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Descrizione libro Pan Books, 2002. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110330391690