Frommer's, Serge D'Amico, Franç OIS Fortin
The Visual Food Encyclopedia: The Definitive Practical Guide to Food and Cooking
Editura: John Wiley & Sons
Anul aparitiei: 1996
The Visual Food Encyclopedia is the cook's companion in the market and the kitchen, illustrating and explaining everything other cookbooks assume you already know. It takes you by the hand and, with a no-nonsense approach, tells you how to look for freshness, when to buy each ingredient at its peak, how to store it once you get it home, and the best methods of preparation and cooking. This extensive guide covers more than 1,000 ingredients. In large part, the explaining is done with pictures, over 1,200 of them. The state-of-the-art computer images are so clear and richly colored, you'll want to eat the food right off the page. And because you just have to see how some things are done, like cutting a chicken into serving pieces, basic tecniques are clearly illustrated with original step-by-step photographs. This unique book doesn't ignore health concerns either. All the entries include nutritional highlights. A glossary of terms along with a comprehensive index of the technical and most commonly known names for each entry are provided at the end of the book. Plus, while this is an encyclopedia, not a cookbook, serving ideas and traditional recipes using selected ingredients are ...