A Taste of Algeria

A Taste of Algeria

Entitled 'A taste of Algeria' the book is meant to be just that, a taste: an introduction to Algeria's delicious food, both sweet and savoury. All of the recipes have been submitted by women with a connection to Algeria be it through birth, heritage or marriage and are authentic dishes of the country that have been tried and tested many times over. The book has 50 recipes and includes favourites like M'hadjeb, Karantita, Tajine Zitoun, M'halbi, Makrout el louz and many more. This book has been produced as a fundraising initiative by Algerian Action and all proceeds from the sale of the book will go towards assisting destitute children and families living in Algeria. Thank you for your support!

A Taste of Progress

Food at International and World Exhibitions in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

A Taste of Progress

World exhibitions have been widely acknowledged as important sources for understanding the development of the modern consumer and urbanized society, yet whilst the function and purpose of architecture at these major events has been well-studied, the place of food has received very little attention. Food played a crucial part in the lived experience of the exhibitions: for visitors, who could acquaint themselves with the latest food innovations, exotic cuisines and ’traditional’ dishes; for officials attending lavish banquets; for the manufacturers who displayed their new culinary products; and for scientists who met to discuss the latest technologies in food hygiene. Food stood as a powerful semiotic device for communicating and maintaining conceptions of identity, history, traditions and progress, of inclusion and exclusion, making it a valuable tool for researching the construction of national or corporate sentiments. Combining recent developments in food studies and the history of major international exhibitions, this volume provides a refreshing alternative view of these international and intercultural spectacles.

A Taste for Provence

A Taste for Provence

Provence today is a state of mind as much as a region of France, promising clear skies and bright sun, gentle breezes scented with lavender and wild herbs, scenery alternately bold and intricate, and delicious foods served alongside heady wines. Yet in the mid-twentieth century, a travel guide called the region a “mostly dry, scrubby, rocky, arid land.” How, then, did Provence become a land of desire—an alluring landscape for the American holiday? In A Taste for Provence, historian Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz digs into this question and spins a wonderfully appealing tale of how Provence became Provence. The region had previously been regarded as a backwater and known only for its Roman ruins, but in the postwar era authors, chefs, food writers, visual artists, purveyors of goods, and travel magazines crafted a new, alluring image for Provence. Soon, the travel industry learned that there were many ways to roam—and some even involved sitting still. The promise of longer stays where one cooked fresh food from storied outdoor markets became desirable as American travelers sought new tastes and unadulterated ingredients. Even as she revels in its atmospheric, cultural, and culinary attractions, Horowitz demystifies Provence and the perpetuation of its image today. Guiding readers through books, magazines, and cookbooks, she takes us on a tour of Provence pitched as a new Eden, and she dives into the records of a wide range of visual media—paintings, photographs, television, and film—demonstrating what fueled American enthusiasm for the region. Beginning in the 1970s, Provence—for a summer, a month, or even just a week or two—became a dream for many Americans. Even today as a road well traveled, Provence continues to enchant travelers, armchair and actual alike.

A Taste for Intrigue

The Multiple Lives of François Mitterrand

A Taste for Intrigue

The man who changed the course of modern France In 1981, François Mitterrand became France's first popularly elected socialist president. By the time he completed his mandate, he had led the country for 14 years, longer than any other French head of state in modern times. Mitterrand mirrored France in all its imperfections and tragedies, its cowardice and glory, its weakness and its strength. In the wake of the Observatory affair (in which he orchestrated his own assassination attempt), his secretiveness and mistrust grew more pronounced, especially when details of a second family came to light; he was a mixture of "Machiavelli, Don Corleone, Casanova and the Little Prince," said his doctor. During the German occupation, Mitterrand hedged his bets by joining Petain's Vichy government. Later in 1943, under the nom de guerre of Morland (and 30 other aliases), Mitterrand quit Vichy for the Resistance and a paramilitary organization. He changed the ground rules of French social and political debate in ways more far-reaching and fundamental than any other modern leader before him, helping set the agenda for France and Europe for generations to come. Philip Short's A Taste for Intrigue will fill the gap and become the standard against which all other Mitterrand biographies are set.

Military Life in Algeria

By the Count P. de Castellane

Military Life in Algeria


Algerian Recipes: From Algiers to Constantine, Taste All of Algeria, in One Easy Algerian Cookbook (2nd Edition)

Algerian Recipes: From Algiers to Constantine, Taste All of Algeria, in One Easy Algerian Cookbook (2nd Edition)

Delicious Algerian Cuisine. Get your copy of the best and most unique Algerian recipes from BookSumo Press Come take a journey with us into the delights of easy cooking. The point of this cookbook and all our cookbooks is to exemplify the effortless nature of cooking simply. In this book we focus on Algerian food. The Algerian Recipes is a complete set of simple but very unique Algerian dishes. You will find that even though the recipes are simple, the tastes are quite amazing. So will you join us in an adventure of simple cooking? Here is a Preview of the Algerian Recipes You Will Learn: Chicken Soup North African Algerian Bread Hot Broad Beans Picnic Rice with Vinaigrette North African Style Carrots Tomato Chicken and Chickpeas Pepper and Egg Salad Aunty's Beef Stew Empanadas in Algeria Algerian Chicken Hot Pot Lulu's Oven Tagine North African Dinner Bread Orange Blossom Cookies Algerian Saffron Bowls Hot Minty Carrots Buttery Lentil Bowls Algerian beef and Potatoes Baked Chicken Oran Honey Semolina Layered Pastry Algerian Soup Pot Algerian Honey Puff Pastry Algerian Sweet Lime Cakes Spicy Harissa Couscous Summer Fennel Salad North African Eggplants Handmade Pasta with Sauce 5-Ingredient Semolina Bread How to Make Harissa Much, much more! Again remember these recipes are unique so be ready to try some new things. Also remember that the style of cooking used in this cookbook is effortless. So even though the recipes will be unique and great tasting, creating them will take minimal effort! Related Searches: Algerian cookbook, Algerian recipes, Algeria cookbook, Algeria, algerian cooking, algerian cuisine, algeria recipes

A Taste of Thyme

Culinary Cultures of the Middle East

A Taste of Thyme

Includes information on Afghanistan, alcohol, almonds, Araqi people, Azarbayjan, barley, butchers, butter, cheese, coffee, color of food, dates, eggs, Egypt, fish, Gilanis, Greece and Greeks, honey, India, Iran, Islam, Islamic Revolution, Israel, Istanbul, Kurds, Kurdistan, Lebanon, meat milk, Morocco, Ottoman Empire, Ramadan, rice, soup, sugar, Syria, Turkey and Turks, water, wine, women, yoghurt (yogurt), etc

Four Months in Algeria

With a Visit to Carthage

Four Months in Algeria