Not only are the recipes and photos mouth-watering, but the information sprinkled throughout about the country is so interesting. The Author has obviously put her heart and soul into creating it, as well as a lot of effort and work. Sevda Karimova What could be a better gift for a foodie (which I have recently discovered I am) than receiving a cookbook for Thanksgiving? Gunel Taghizade Is there anyone happier than me right now?You are a ground-breaker, Feride, and thank you so much for your labor of love! Khanoum Rasul Bagirov Feride, my sister in law received her books. The recipes are very detailed, with possible modifications, origin and cultural context provided. Yes, I already feel that this will be a great journey for me as you mentioned, there is magic about this book, I feel it Thank you, dear! I am feeling so proud and thankful for the job what you have done Feride!It’s the perfect beginner’s guide to the ingredients, techniques, celebratory customs, and flavors of a lavish, yet little known, land. , I was struck by the number of enticing dishes that were new to me, like red bean spread with walnuts and pomegranate juice, pickled garlicky green bean salad, and the tart green plum salad with fresh herbs–and this was just from the salad chapter!I love this book not only because of the delicious compilation of dishes and the fascinating information about their role in Azerbaijan’s culinary culture, but also because Feride Buyuran is an outstanding recipe writer.Interspersed throughout the text are fascinating glimpses of local culture and traditional proverbs related to food that will make your adventure even more memorable.1) Gourmand Best in the World Award (2015) Feride Buyuran is the creator of AZCookbook.com, a popular food blog that features recipes and stories from Azerbaijan and beyond., Feride Buyuran takes you on a delightful culinary journey through this beautiful land in the Caucasus.
Feride has a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in English Philology from the State University of Languages in Azerbaijan.Gelecek nesillere de ölümsüz bir eser bırakıyorsun.Okudukça ne kadar uğraştığını ve özendiğini görüyorum bu kitaba.As such there is no one, single Azerbaijani cuisine, but many: the starch-heavy dishes of the capital, Baku; cured meats in the rugged northwestern districts of Gakh and Zagatala; stuffed fish recipes from Lankaran near the Caspian Sea.Recipe headnotes offer rich details that set Azerbaijani regional cuisine apart, such as the light infusion of ginger and cardamom in the northern highland “Sugar Bread” cookies from Lahij, or traditional Tabriz meatballs, the size of soccer balls (serves 2-3).
is a gorgeous cookbook that deserves every award it is up for; the stunning photography, rich cultural background, and the physical book itself (oversized, with a red satin bookmark) will immerse you in the sights and smells of Azerbaijan’s rich culinary history. (Also named as one of Top 10 Cookbooks by Sarah Hodge…The book is stuffed full of information even beyond the kitchen, including traditional Azerbaijani hospitality and table etiquette, along with special days and feasting traditions, like the new year celebration in March called Novruz. Mary Beth Kepper We just received our cookbook from Feride Sadikhova Buyuran. But then again it’s not a cookbook, it’s a delicious, fun, amazing trip to Azerbaijan!