- Uitgever:Meze Publishing
- Afmetingen:15,0 x 21,0 x 2,2 cm
- Gewicht:480 gram
- Aantal Pagina's:170
Amsterdam Cook Book
There's so much to digest when it comes to History - how do you know where to begin? These incredible short introductions are just the thing for readers who are beginning to explore ancient history. Get to know the basics on Ancient Rome from gladiators to day to day life, with easy-to-digest, humorous text that is reminiscent of the bestselling Horrible Histories series. James Davies' stunning artwork and infographics provideSizzling with the tastes, sounds and smells of cooking from across the globe, the food scene in Amsterdam is undergoing an almighty revolution. It's clear from the exquisite recipes in this book that the city is a place ahead of its time, cultivating a new kind of culinary landscape which celebrates multi-cultural heritage, contrasting flavours and inspiring dishes. Its quaint, narrow streets and slender townhouses paint a distinctive backdrop for its food scene. Take a bicycle ride along cobbled streets and rolling bridges, past glassy canals and marketplaces, and you don't have to go far to find high quality food. From Moroccan-inspired family recipes, to romantic French dining and Thai-style dishes, this book captures the life that so many of Amsterdam's talented chefs continue to breathe into their city's sustenance. Featuring fresh produce, which is locally-sourced and rightly championed, this book explores a range of recipes to allow everyone to take a little bit of Amsterdam home. Roll up your sleeves and get stuck in!a fresh nonfiction approach that is sure to captivate young readers.