Category: Cook Like A Local – Turkish Food and Yasmin Khan’s Turkish Recipes

Want to learn about Turkish food? Looking for Turkish recipes? Read Yasmin Khan’s guide. Recipes extracted from Ripe Figs: Recipes and Stories from the Eastern Mediterranean by Yasmin Khan (£26, Bloomsbury). Recipes are supplied by the publisher and not retested by us. Turkish cuisine Turkish food is bright and flavoursome, bursting with zing from pomegranate – Israeli Food Recipes – olivemagazine

Want to learn about Tel Aviv’s cuisine? Looking for Israeli recipes? Read Limi Robinson’s guide. Israeli cuisine Israeli cuisine is unique in that it reflects the traditions and the history of both Ashkenazi (Eastern European) and Sephardic (Spain, Italy and Arab countries) communities. The best way to explore these kitchens is through markets such as – Sri Lankan Food and Peter Kuruvita’s Sri Lankan Recipes

Spice-based, coconut-driven, sometimes searingly hot and, at other times, extremely mild. Sri Lankan cuisine is heavily influenced by regions and availability. There is a whole palate of flavours that make Sri Lankan food what it is, starting with the spices. The use of coconut cream and lime juice is another twist that makes the island’s – Tasmanian Food and Analiese Gregory’s Tasmanian Recipes

Want to learn about Tasmanian food? Looking for Tasmanian recipes? Read Analiese Gregory’s guide. Recipes extracted from How Wild Things Are: Cooking, Fishing and Hunting at the Bottom of the World by Analiese Gregory (£22, Hardie Grant). These recipes were supplied by the publisher and not retested by us. Tasmanian cuisine A tiny but wild – Kazakh Recipes and Uzbekistan Cuisine

Want to learn about Uzbekistan’s food? Looking for Kazakh recipes? Read Caroline Eden’s guide. Caroline Eden is a travel and food writer focussing on the former Soviet nations and South Asia. Her latest book, Red Sands (£26, Quadrille) is out now. Central Asian cuisine Given the wide multicultural mix and geographical spread, there is no – Danish Food and Trine Hahnemann Danish Recipes

Want to learn about Danish food? Looking for Danish recipes? Read Trine Hahnemann’s guide. Recipes extracted from Scandinavian Green by Trine Hahnemann, (£26, Quadrille). These recipes were supplied by the publisher and not retested by us. Danish cuisine Denmark is a small country, made up of the peninsular Jutland and some 1,400 islands. Seventy-two of – Greek loukoumades

<img src=";resize=620,413" srcset=";resize=960,639 960w,;resize=720,479 720w,;resize=576,383 576w,;resize=360,239 360w,;resize=180,119 180w, " sizes="(max-width: 620px) 100vw, 620px" width="620" height="413" class="wp-image-113960 alignnone size-landscape_thumbnail" alt="Loukoumades" title="Loukoumades" /> <body> <p><em>Try these Greek loukoumades then check out more <a href="">Greek recipes</a>.</em></p> <hr> <p><em>Recipe adapted from <a href=";ascsubtag=olivemagazine-0" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Ikaria: Food and Life in the Blue Zone</a> by Meni Valle – Ikaria Greece Food – olivemagazine

Want to learn about Ikarian food? Looking for Greek recipes? Read Meni Valle’s guide. Meni Valle, a food studies teacher and cookbook author, was born in Australia to Greek parents. She shares her knowledge and passion for Greek food through cooking classes and culinary tours to Greece, where she loves connecting with locals and discovering – Shanghai Food and Chinese Recipe

Want to learn about Chinese food in Shanghai? Looking for Chinese recipes? Read Kei Lum Chan’s guide. China: The Cookbook by Kei Lum Chan and Diora Fong Chan is published by Phaidon, £29.95 ( Shanghai cuisine Shanghai may be the largest city in China but, 2000 years ago, it was a small fishing village; the

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