By David Dale, Somer Sivrioglu
Anatolia is a richly illustrated, wonderful and informative exploration of the neighborhood cooking tradition of Turkey. Turkish-born chef Somer Sivrioglu and co-author David Dale re-imagine the traditions of Turkish cooking, proposing recipes starting from the grand banquets of the Ottoman empire to the highly spiced snacks of Istanbul's road stalls. In doing in order that they clarify their tackle the classics and demonstrate the encircling rituals, myths, jokes and folks knowledge of either the outdated and new Turkey.
More than a hundred and fifty dishes are featured, and photographs of the recipes are complemented via in particular commissioned photos shot on position in Turkey. characteristic spreads on neighborhood Turkish cooks and manufacturers and their specialities upload a desirable layer of curiosity and flavour.
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