|Pages: 270||Width: 6.50 inches.|
|Publication Date: 9/2004||Height: 9.00 inches.|
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Spoonfuls of Germany goes beyond the saurkraut and knackwurst stereotype to unveil the often-overlooked diversity of German cuisine. The 170 regional recipes range from classic dishes such as spaetzle and sauerbraten, to forgotten delicacies like Westphalian pumpernickel pudding. Numerous profiles, anecdotes, and food lore complete the book. Complete with b/w photos and maps.
Spoonfuls of Germany offers an in-depth look at the surprisingly diverse German regional cuisine. Stretching from the shores of the North and Baltic Seas to the Alps, Germany has a large number of distinctive regional dishes that encompass a wide variety of vegetables and fruits, meat, poultry, seafood, dairy products, and much more. The country's position in the heart of Europe, bordering on nine nations, has also greatly influenced German food and cooking. The regional specialties in this book present the full spectrum of German food.
About the author(s)
Nadia Hassani immigrated to the United States from her native Germany in 1998. She first landed in New York City, where she established herself as a writer, editor, and translator. Hassani found herself missing the foods of her childhood, which inspired her to write Spoonfuls of Germany. This is her second book, after a travel guide to Tunisia, her father's native country.