|Pages: 270||Width: 6.00 inches.|
|Publication Date: 10/2012||Height: 9.00 inches.|
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The new Ukrainian Cookbook introduces readers to the fresh foods, exquisite tastes, hospitality, and generous spirit of the Ukrainian table. Ukraine's cuisine reflects a surprising range of historical, geographical, and religious influences, making it one of the most varied and appealing rustic cuisines of the world.
From classics like regional varieties of Ukrainian Borshch (red beet soup), Chicken Kyiv, and Holubtsi (stuffed cabbage rolls), to lesser-known specialties like Crispy-Fried Quail with Orange Rind and Honey, Crimean Fish Cakes, and Warm Mulled Plum Brandy, there is something for every palate.
More than 200 easy to follow recipes
An introduction to Ukraine's history, culture and cuisine
Helpful tips and notes with many recipes
Charming illustrations by renowned Ukrainian-American artist Laurette Kovary
About the author(s)
Annette Ogrodnik Corona has written feature articles for Veggie Life Magazine, Vitality, and Vegetarian Gourmet Magazine. She is also a creative consultant and cooking instructor who has conducted cooking demos, classes and lectures, and has appeared on cable TV cooking shows in the Philadelphia area. She resides in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.