Muzaffer M Cakir Şu anda kitabını zevk ve ilgiyle okuyorum çayımı içerken. Yarattığın eser yemek kitabından da fazla bir ürün.
Azerbaycan’ı ve güzel kültürünü tanıtıyorsun büyün Dünya’ya.
More-than-a-cookbook by my uber talented friend, Feride Sadikhova Buyuran.She is the award-winning author of Pomegranates & Saffron: A Culinary Journey to Azerbaijan and the writer behind the blog, , where she shares recipes and stories from her native Azerbaijan and beyond. Pomegranates and Saffron is a thoughtful, loving, in-depth study of Azerbaijan covering its cuisine, people, and their traditions. It won the Best in the World Gourmand award as well as several other awards. Ingredients and spices from the region are presented with a special flare we attribute to Ms. I enjoyed reading this book and can’t wait to trek to this exotic and picturesque country. includes over 200 recipes for appetizers and salads, soups and stews, pasta, meat, vegetable and egg dishes, breads, saffron rice pilafs, aromatic drinks, and desserts. Pomegranates and Saffron has already become a treasured piece of my cookbook collection, making me feel in a way a little closer to my Ukrainian heritage. Feride’s culinary journey began when she moved to the United States.She currently teaches culinary classes in her home in Long Beach, California, and cooking schools, offering participants a hands-on experience of cooking the foods of the Caucasus and Turkey, while allowing them a cultural immersion with the knowledge she shares. Each recipe is illustrated with a beautiful full-color photograph (some step by step) that showcases beautiful Azeri embroidery, place settings and tools. Photographs of marketplaces, the stunning faces of the people of Azerbaijan and its food are plentiful throughout this title. It has won my heart and I’m sure it will win yours. Buyuran’s culinary skills in her adaptation of recipes culled from family and friends. And many of the recipes featured are exclusively Azerbaijani, and not originally from another country. I know many of the recipes in the book will be making their way onto my family’s table. In order to quell her Turkish husband’s cravings for the food of his homeland and her own, she began creating their native dishes.Vmb Vusala So happy to receive my copy of the very first Azerbaijani Cookbook ever printed in the Western Land. I have culinary books, but they are either in Azerbaijani or Russian languages.Onward Brave Motherland Onward…may your name spread through the palates that taste your food and the eyes that see its beauty. I admire your hard work but the results are worth it. Wish you and your family good health and happiness.