A title from the kikki.K Bookshelf: A celebration of Australian cuisine like never before â 350 recipes showcasing the rich diversity of its landscapes and its people.
Australia is a true melting pot of cultures, and this is reflected in its cooking, and this beautiful cookbook. As an island of indigenous peoples alongside a global panoply of immigrants with different culinary influences and traditions, its foodways are ripe for exploration. As well as the regional flora and fauna that make up bush tucker, there are dishes from all over the world that have been adopted and adapted to become Australia's own â making this recipe collection relevant to home cooks everywhere.
With recipes ranging from iconic â chicken parmigiana, meat pies, Anzac biscuits and lamingtons â to lesser-known dishes such as Queensland blue pumpkin soup, stir fried native greens, and cumquat marmalade, together with a 'guest chef' collection of recipes by a selection of Australia's finest kitchen talents.
AUTHOR: Ross Dobson
PAGE COUNT: 432pp
A celebration of Australian cuisine
From Ross Dobson, best-selling Australian food writer, stylist and chef
350 recipes showcasing the rich diversity of Australia's landscapes and people
A diverse collection of home cooking recipes, ranging from iconic to native and lesser known dishes
Plus, a 'guest chef' collection of recipes by some of Australia's finest kitchen talents
Introduction pages on the history of Australian cuisine plus Indigenous Australian native bush food
Beautiful landscape and food photography, colour print
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