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40 Years in One Night - Hilarious True Adventures of a Restaurant Chef

40 Years in One Night - Hilarious True Adventures of a Restaurant Chef Lowest new price: $12.94
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Author: Greg Easter
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If you're already a fan of his many professional cooking videos, just wait until you get to know the guy behind the camera! Here's an autobiography like nothing you've ever seen before. After having started out as one of the pioneers of the computer revolution in Silicon Valley, he left to follow his destiny of becoming a chef, eventually working in top restaurants on three continents. Fascinating stories from a lifetime of travels reveal the inner politics in restaurant kitchens, hilarious encounters with Hollywood celebrities and, just as his YouTube viewers have came to expect, some insightful lessons in molecular food chemistry. He also explains some little-known aspects of life in modern Russia, where he has been living for the last few years. There's never a dull moment and laughs galore!

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Classic French Cooking (Time Life Foods of the World series)

Classic French Cooking (Time Life Foods of the World series) Lowest new price: $35.95
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Author: Craig; Franey, Pierre Claiborne
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The True Joy of Cooking as Seen by a Professional Chef

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The Food and Cooking of Eastern Europe: Discover The Cuisine Of Russia, Poland, Ukraine, Germany, Austria, The Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria And The Balkans

The Food and Cooking of Eastern Europe: Discover The Cuisine Of Russia, Poland, Ukraine, Germany, Austria, The Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria And The Balkans Lowest new price: $8.69
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Author: Lesley Chamberlain

Over 185 recipes offer a cook's tour of a region that stretches from the Baltic Sea in the north to the Black Sea in the south, with a culinary history, guide to ingredients and over 750 inspiring photographs.

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Classic Recipes of Russia: Traditional Food and Cooking in 25 Authentic Dishes

Classic Recipes of Russia: Traditional Food and Cooking in 25 Authentic Dishes Lowest new price: $5.53
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Author: Elena Makhonko
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This wonderful collection of recipes features some of the varied delights of Russian cuisine, from warming soups, filling dumplings and spicy pastries to irresistible stroganoffs and desserts. Tempting photographs of every finished dish are sure to inspire.

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T-Bone Whacks and Caviar Snacks: Cooking with Two Texans in Siberia and the Russian Far East (Great American Cooking Series)

T-Bone Whacks and Caviar Snacks: Cooking with Two Texans in Siberia and the Russian Far East (Great American Cooking Series) Lowest new price: $28.96
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Author: Sharon Hudgins

You can eat very well in Siberia. That's right. Forget the stereotypes of seal blubber and reindeer balls in Russia's icy north. People living in Siberian cities today have a wide range of food products available—and know how to turn them into delectable dishes, from colorful soups and salads to sophisticated desserts.
 
T-Bone Whacks and Caviar Snacks is the first cookbook in America to focus on the foods of the Asian side of Russia, a vast area covering eight time zones and encompassing both Siberia and Russia's Far East. It's also a land of contrasts—from modern cities to log-cabin villages, from dense forests to treeless tundra, arid steppes to snow-capped mountains, steamy swamps to fuming volcanoes, rugged seacoasts to legendary Lake Baikal.
 
This unique cookbook is filled with fascinating food history, cultural insights, and personal stories about the culinary adventures of two intrepid Texans who lived, worked, traveled in—and ate their way around—the Asian side of Russia. The author vividly describes the memorable meals that she and her husband enjoyed at the apartments of Russian friends in Soviet-era high-rises, at new restaurants and ancient festivals, on boats and on picnics, at remote little dachas in the lush green forests near the Russian-Chinese border, with the Buryat-Mongolians living in southern Siberia, and along thousands of miles of the Trans-Siberian Railroad tracks.
 
Featuring 140 traditional and modern recipes, T-Bone Whacks and Caviar Snacks includes dozens of regional recipes from cooks in Asian Russia, along with recipes for the European and Tex-Mex dishes that the author and her husband cooked on the "Stoves-from-Hell" in their three Russian apartments, for intimate candlelight dinners during the dark Siberian winter and for lavish parties throughout the year.
 
You'll find recipes for classic Russian New Year's fare, spring festival foods, traditional Russian Easter desserts, and the East Asian dishes adopted by Russians living in that part of the world. You'll learn how to make fresh seafood dishes from Russia's Far East, venison-blueberry dumplings from Siberia, "The Captain's Meat" from Vladivostok, pine nut meringues and frozen cranberry cream from Irkutsk, enticing appetizers from the dining car of a Trans-Siberian luxury train, and flaming "Baked Siberia" (the Russian twist on Baked Alaska) from "the land of fire and ice." And here's the bonus: All of these recipes can be made with ingredients from your local supermarket or your nearest delicatessen.
 
So join these two Texans on a culinary adventure through the Asian side of Russia—and discover how well you can eat in Siberia and the Russian Far East.


Russian Cooking (Foods of the World)

Russian Cooking (Foods of the World) Lowest new price: $37.74
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Author: Helen Waite Papashvily

Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. 100% Money Back Guarantee.

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Pelmeni: How to have a great day with your friends and cook delicious Russian dumplings

Pelmeni: How to have a great day with your friends and cook delicious Russian dumplings Lowest new price: $9.85
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Author: Anna Pantsireva

This is a no-nonsense instruction on how to cook pelmeni — the unique and delicious Russian dumplings — using very simple ingredients. The book provides step-by-step instructions with photos of each step, as well as tips and tricks to make the dish stunningly good and tasty. For professional and amateur cooks.


The Art of Russian Cuisine

The Art of Russian Cuisine Lowest new price: $33.92
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Author: Anne Volokh

Explains special Russian cooking techniques and provides recipes for traditional hor d'oeuvres, soups, dumplings, fish, meat, poultry, game, vegetables, pickles, preserves, breads, desserts, and beverages

The Art of Russian Cuisine is almost as immense as the vast expanses of Mother Russia. Filled with 500 recipes for classic Russian dishes, it also provides a history of Russian food and culinary life. Anne Volokh, a Russian food writer who eventually emigrated to the U.S., enlivens her work by including passages from Russian literature and historical works. She concentrates on authentic cooking, often drawing recipes from A Gift to Young Housewives written by Ellena Molokhovets in the 1870s. The result brings to life how Russians ate when their rivers ran thick with fish and aristocrats had French chefs invent elaborate dishes like Veal Orloff, made with two creamy sauces.

Naturally, Volokh starts with zakuski, the antipasto-like ceremony that can constitute a meal in itself; including herring, caviar, salads, even suckling pig in aspic. For soups, there are peasant-hearty borschts--which are actually Ukrainian, not Russian--and spicy Selianka, an example of upper-class cooking. In Russia, each soup has a proper garnish or accompaniment; Volokh provides them all, from sliced eggs in cold borscht to yeasty garlic rolls with the hot kind. Dishes such as Beef Stroganoff, Stuffed Cabbage, proper Bliny and Pashka (the sweetened cheese dessert), require culinary expertise, great patience, or both to make. But dishes such as Roasted Chicken with Raisin-Studded Stuffing and Baked Trout with Walnut-Based Satsivi Sauce are simple but rich.

If Russian food interests you, The Art of Russian Cuisine is worth having for its traditional recipes and the enlightening exploration of their origins. --Dana Jacobi

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The Russian Heritage Cookbook: A Culinary Heritage Preserved in 360 Authentic Recipes

The Russian Heritage Cookbook: A Culinary Heritage Preserved in 360 Authentic Recipes Lowest new price: $28.95
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Author: Lynn Vission
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Revised and updated, this cookbook brings together recipes for classic Russian entrees like Chicken Kiev, Beef Stroganoff, and Borscht, along with hundreds of new ones, all representative of the culinary heritage passed down through generations of Russian families. 17,500 first printing.

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The Eastern and Central European Kitchen: Contemporary & Classic Recipes

The Eastern and Central European Kitchen: Contemporary & Classic Recipes Lowest new price: $24.36
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Author: Silvena Rowe
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The fresh ingredients and unfamiliar flavor combinations of Central and Eastern Europe are capturing the imaginations of gourmet stores and restaurants in the West today. We're enjoying dishes such as goulash, stroganoff, pierogi and borscht as we feast on a wealth of culinary traditions that stretches back for generations. Silvena Rowe turns to countries such as Hungary, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Poland, Georgia, Russia, and the Ukraine for her inspiration. She cooks game with sweet-and-sour stuffing, sauces and marinades; smoked fish; wild mushrooms; fruits such as quince, figs and pomegranates; and seeds and grains such as lentils, pearl barley and poppy seeds. She plunders the traditions of the poor and wealthy alike in her quest to bring us a taste of what is put upon the tables in these countries. The food is untamed and the flavors are strong. Alongside Silvena's recipes are photographs of the food markets, farms, homes, grand cafes and restaurants of Eastern and Central Europe by renowned photographer Jonathan Lovekin.

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