Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction: Kookboeke / Food & Drink
Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction - Kookboeke / Food & Drink
Anyone who longs for a beloved grandmother's famous milk tart or melkkos, or a great aunt's delicious bobotie or vetkoek, should have this book in his or her kitchen!
Traditional South African Cooking is a collection of well-known South African recipes that will enable the modern cook to continue the tradition and produce the same delicious meals that our ancestors used to enjoy.
South African cuisine is a unique blend of the culinary art of many different cultures. Dutch, French, German and British sett lers, as well as the Malays who came from the East, all brought their own recipes to this country. The subtle adaptation of these 'imported' recipes by the addition of local ingredients and the introduction of innovati ve (at the time) cooking methods resulted in an original and much-loved cuisine, that still sits comfortably alongside contemporary cooking.
Contents: Introduction; Soups, Starters & Snacks; Fish & Seafood; Poultry; Meat; Game & Game Birds; Vegetables, Salads & Side Dishes; Desserts; Biscuits, Scones, Cakes & Sweet Tarts; Bread and Rusks; Sweets & Sweetmeats: Preserves, Jams & Jellies; Pickles & Chutneys; Fruit Drinks, Beers & Liqueurs; Index.
Magdaleen van Wyk is the author and co-author of a number of cookbooks, including The Complete South African Cookbook, published by Struik Lifestyle. A retired lecturer at the Department of Consumer Science and Human Nutrition at the University of Stellenbosch, Magdaleen was awarded medals by Silwood Kitchen School of Cookery in Cape Town and the SA Brandy Foundation.
Pat Barton, a freelance writer, editor and translator, has collaborated on a number of cookbooks. She compiled the original The Complete South African Kilojoule, Calorie and Carbohydrate Counter, published by Struik Lifestyle.