Imperial African Cookery E-book: Recipes from English-speaking Africa by Will Sellick
English | July 1, 2010 | ISBN: 095539368X | 442 Pages | AZW3/MOBI/EPUB/PDF (conv) | three.2 MB
After 350 years of settlement, British African cookery heritage attracts on a uniquely artistic mixture of Tudor spices, Indian feasting, Malaysian gastronomy, Khoesan preservation methods, Victorian gents’s membership dinners, and Boer survival rations. Partaking reminiscences and unique contributions from distinguished Africans together with Dr Mangosuthu Buthelezi, Peter Hain MP, Lord Joffe, Prue Leith, Matthew Parris and Archbishop John Sentamu deliver life to over 170 conventional recipes of British communities in Africa. From the snow-capped mountains of Uganda to arid northern Nigeria; from the browsing seashores of South Africa to the tropical rain forests of Zambia. Together with a treasury of classic illustrations and unique ads from the area, this ebook supplies the primary complete overview of the extraordinary—and scrumptious—cookery custom of British Africa.