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The Scandinavian Kitchen - Over 100 Essential Ingredients with 200 Authentic Receipes

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Scandinavians are eager foragers, picklers, and bakers, and their traditions coexist with new ways of cooking, creating fresher, lighter, more seasonal, and local food. Camilla Plum, co-owner of an organic farm outside of Copenhagen, shares Scandinavian tastes, broken down by group of ingredient, easy to recreate in your own kitchen. Scandinavian cooking achieves a delic

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Hardcover, 272 pages
Published April 16th 2011 by Kyle Books (first published November 1st 2010)
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Rebecca
I was plesed with the range of ingredients covered in this book- some may be difficult to find out of Scandinavia, but if they're important to Scandinavian cooking I think it's good that they were included. The same with the recipes, they really are traditional Scandinavian recipes, and so might appeal a bit less to a non-Scandi palette than the anglicised versions in books like Jamie Does (is anyone else having trouble putting links in?!). I especially like the chapters on mushrooms and herbs.
Juli Anna Herndon
This is less of a cookbook and more of an overview of Scandinavian cuisine--it is a unique and wonderful resource that goes through, ingredient by ingredient, to describe a way of eating and of thinking about food. Although it does contain recipes, much of this book is not a practical guide, per se, because many of the ingredients are difficult or impossible to come by in America. But as a nonfiction reference to a regional cuisine, this book is golden.
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