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Toyo Cuisine Parisienne Saveurs Japonaises: cooking with the rare ingredients of France and Japan rises awareness of biodiversity

Toyo Cuisine Parisienne Saveurs Japonaises: cooking with the rare ingredients of France and Japan rises awareness of biodiversity

This humble, yet valuably informative and aesthetically minimalist cookbook introduced me to the rare ingredients that in their essence express the biodiversity of France and Japan. A minimum of soy ...
Kate O'Donnell: The Everyday Ayurveda Cookbook

Kate O’Donnell: The Everyday Ayurveda Cookbook

The Everyday Ayurveda Cookbook is A Seasonal Guide to Eating and Living Well with over 100 recipes for simple, healing foods. “Preparing food for yourself is a key element of ...
Eating, cooking and learning about the Cuisine Minceur of Michel Guérard

Eating, cooking and learning about the Cuisine Minceur of Michel Guérard

The Time Magazine run a cover story with Michel Guérard title "Hold the butter" in 1976, long before the global culinary scene moved to lighter cooking. The healthy dining pioneering French ...
On Vegetables Jeremy Fox

On Vegetables: cooking Cali vegetarian with chef Jeremy Fox

“Cook with what you find around you.” writes Jeremy Fox, the author of ON VEGETABLES. This southern California celebrating vegetarian cookbook is intended to inspire anyone, anywhere, not just the ...
Cicero: On the Good life

Cicero: On the Good life

Marcus Tullius Cicero was the most eloquent Roman orator, wealthy statesman, but also a sensitive humanist. On the Good life is a classical collection of his most influential philosophical discourses ...
On Love: the hedonia and anhedonia of Alain de Botton in love

On Love: the hedonia and anhedonia of Alain de Botton in love

On Love  is a bestselling psychological, philosophical and a very personal account of modern relationship that may ring familiar in most of the readers’ internal narratives. I love it! Gladly, ...
An Apple a Day

An Apple a Day: the myths, misconceptions and truths about the foods we eat

An Apple a Day is a scientifically curated book by Joe Schwarcz, Ph.D. that brings the much needed clarity to the myths, misconceptions and truths about the foods we eat ...
Tea Sommelier book by Gabriella Lombardi

Tea Sommelier book by Gabriella Lombardi

Tea Sommelier is an aesthetic meditation on tea, its history, tea culture and customs, some harnessing a ritual character, while others are purely practical. The book is well organised by ...
Michael Pollan: Food Rules

Michael Pollan: Food Rules

The best-selling american author and food journalist Michael Pollan is the most known critic of our food system and of the modern Western diet. His previous books In Defence of ...
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