06 December, 2016

The Insider’s Look At The Most Delicious Eateries In The Fabulous London, England


*Disclaimer*
I received a copy of this book free from bloggingforbooks.org to review. I was not financially compensated in any way. The opinions expressed are my own and are based on my observations while reading this book.

From an award-winning food writer comes this intimate portrait of London--the global epicenter of cuisine--with 100 recipes from the city's best restaurants, dessert boutiques, tea and coffee houses, cocktail lounges, and hole-in-the-wall gems--all lovingly adapted for the home kitchen.



Once known for its watery potatoes, stringy mutton, and grayed vegetables, London is now considered to be the most vibrant city on the global food map. The London Cookbook  reflects the contemporary energy and culinary rebirth of this lively, hip, sophisticated, and very international city. It is a love letter to the city and an insider's guide to its most delicious haunts, as well as a highly curated and tested collection of the city's best recipes. This timeless book explores London's incredibly diverse cuisine through an eclectic mix of dishes, from The Cinnamon Club's Seared Aubergine Steaks with Sesame and Tamarind to the River Cafe's Tagliatelle with Lemon, and from Tramshed's Indian Rock Chicken Curry to Nopi's Sage and Cardamom Gin. Striking the perfect balance between armchair travel and approachable home cooking, The London Cookbook is both a resource and keepsake, a book as much for the well-travelled cook as for the dreaming novice.


*My Review*
In "The London Cookbook" readers recieve an insider’s look at the most delicious eateries in the fabulous world city of London, England! Author Aleksandra Crapanzano offers all of this and so much more this and so much more! This book is more than just a cookbook, this is a travelogue and history lesson that showcases all of the modern amenities and unequaled legacy of London. Included in the book are GORGEOUS color photos and helpful tips, & juicy tidbits. 

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