The Eastern and Central European Kitchen: Contemporary & Classic Recipes

  • Title: The Eastern and Central European Kitchen: Contemporary & Classic Recipes
  • Author: Silvena Rowe
  • ISBN: 9781566566704
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Hardcover
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    About Silvena Rowe


    1. Silvena Rowe born in Plovdiv, Bulgaria is a British chef, food writer, television personality and restaurateur.Rowe was born in Plovdiv, Bulgaria to a Bulgarian mother and a Turkish father Rowe s father, who was a newspaper editor, Bulgarianised his name due to Bulgaria s communist government He instilled in Rowe a love of cooking, and he passed down the traditions of the Ottoman cuisine In 1986, at the age of 19, she moved to London where she married Malcolm Rowe She cooked in the kitchen of the Notting Hill bookshop Books for Cooks, which led her to cook for Princess Michael of Kent, Ruby Wax and Tina Turner She also met Malcolm Gluck and the two began to write a regular food column for The Guardian newspaper In 2007, she was the food consultant on David Cronenberg s 2007 film Eastern Promises She has become a regular guest on the BBC s Saturday Kitchen and ITV s This Morning In 2007, her book Feasts won the Glenfiddich Food and Drink Award After her fathers death she wanted to rediscover her heritage so she travelled through Turkey, Syria, Lebanon and Jordan tracing her Ottoman roots this resulted in her cookbook Purple Citrus and Sweet Perfume.On 1st June 2011, her restaurant Quince opened at The May Fair Hotel in Mayfair, London Her restaurant is influenced by her Turkish heritage homage to her grandfather Mehmed, who used to cook the dishes for her father.


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    1. The cuisines of Central and Eastern Europe are often over looked Most of the dishes are hearty and basic designed for the working class This book contains recipes from different ethnic groups of the region and the photographs are helpful There are some surprising recipes here.

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    2. An excellent go to book for Eastern and Central European cuisine one of my favorites The dishes are updated, less labor intensive versions of their traditional counterparts and incorporate ingredients that are easy to source I ve made some of these recipes time and again for myself or for others the instructions are easy to follow and the results are always delicious.The photos and the way Rowe personalizes the recipes are to the book s advantage Images of recipes and ingredients are appetizing, [...]

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