Sugared orange recipes and stories from a winter in poland

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Sugared Orange: Recipes Stories from a Winter in Poland by Beata Zatorska

The seasonal focus of this stunning memoir cookbook brings to life the food, festivals, and traditions of the long, cold winters spent through a rural Polish childhood. From St. Nicholas Day to the vigil of Christmas Eve and the mid-winter revelry of a Sylwester New Years Eve Ball, the touching story picks up where its predecessor, the award-winning Rose Petal Jam, leaves off. Featuring 47 new recipes, the lush design and lavish visuals provide inspiration and nostalgia along a winter journey that takes in the cities of Lublin, Warsaw, Krakow, and Lodz, as well as some of Europes oldest forests and the frozen Mazury Lakes. Part armchair travel but mostly a sumptuous personal narrative enhanced by many well-known romantic paintings and poems, this glorious cookbook demonstrates a deep love for Poland on every page.
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Sugared Orange: Recipes Stories from a Winter in Poland

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Anyone who loved Rose Petal Jam is going to adore this chilly sister volume about the winter foods of Poland. Sydney GP Beata Zatorska is back with more family and carefully chosen classic recipes from around her native country, lovingly collected on journeys through snow and ice. The result is simply gorgeous to look at and a source of great inspiration when it comes to rib sticking slow cooked comfort food. Beetroot soup with wild mushroom dumplings gets my vote. And of course, the sweet tooth factor is not forgotten. The only way you are going to enjoy a white Christmas is if you substitute sugar for snow. Orange ice cream, typically eaten in minus freezing temperatures is a pretty and refreshing option that will adapt to our climate in one scoop.

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My No. Home-made hash browns is how I describe it to friends. There is something about the golden, fried, crispy, oily potato and onion pancakes that make even the worst day better. Served sweet or savoury sour cream and salt is my preferred accompaniment my grandmother would make four platski for me every day as an afterschool snack and throw in an extra egg to fatten me up. Recently, I've been eating them fortnightly - they have fed my growing baby bump and, via amniotic fluid, will ensure our first daughter will also grow up with a fondness for these delicious, though frighteningly unhealthy, treats. For Sydney doctor Beata Zatorska, sugared orange peel is the comfort food which brings back instant memories of love and her grandmother. She loves it so much Sugared Orange is the title of her latest cookbook.

Earn 10 Points for every dollar you spend! Just In! Join our mailing list! Email me when Back-In-Stock. The seasonal focus of this stunning memoir cookbook brings to life the food, festivals, and traditions of the long, cold winters spent through a rural Polish childhood. From St. Nicholas' Day to the vigil of Christmas Eve and the mid-winter revelry of a Sylwester New Year's Eve Ball, the touching story picks up where its predecessor, the award-winning Rose Petal Jam, leaves off.

The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable. Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. See details for additional description. Bought this book for a friend Christmas. Great price so I grabbed it.

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