[PDF] ✓ Free Read ☆ Breaking Bread: Recipes and Stories from Immigrant Kitchens : by Lynne Christy Anderson ↠


  • Title: Breaking Bread: Recipes and Stories from Immigrant Kitchens
  • Author: Lynne Christy Anderson
  • ISBN: 9780520262577
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Through stories of hand rolled pasta and homemade chutney, local markets and backyard gardens, and wild mushrooms and foraged grape leaves this book recounts in loving detail the memories, recipes, and culinary traditions of people who have come to the United States from around the world Chef and teacher Lynne Anderson has gone into immigrant kitchens and discovered the pThrough stories of hand rolled pasta and homemade chutney, local markets and backyard gardens, and wild mushrooms and foraged grape leaves this book recounts in loving detail the memories, recipes, and culinary traditions of people who have come to the United States from around the world Chef and teacher Lynne Anderson has gone into immigrant kitchens and discovered the power of food to recall a lost world for those who have left much behind The enticing, easy to prepare recipes feature specialties like Greek dolmades, Filipino adobo, Brazilian peixada, and Sudanese mulukhiyah Together with Robin Radin s beautiful photographs, these stories and recipes will inspire cooks of all levels to explore new traditions while perhaps rediscovering their own culinary roots.
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    Commentaires:

    Laurie
    Longing to travel, to mingle with people of different cultures than my own, and loving food of all types, I expected to thoroughly devour this book. I love the idea of this book more than I actually enjoyed the book. Yes, there are glimpses into the everyday lives of folks from a variety of countries, and certainly, the descriptions of women going about the tasks of making their meals, "fingers working their way through the granules" or "tossing a handful of chopped yucca into the pot" draw one [...]

    K.M.
    I was mostly interested in the story told by the immigrant from Italy, and I was not disappointed. The woman's words were very compelling to me. She talked about the difference between growing up in Italian culture, as she did, and growing up in American culture. She talks about American society as linear, and Italian society as more disorganized, messy. She concludes that this affects our neurological development. The example is shopping in supermarkets here that are laid out neatly in lines, a [...]

    Elizabeth
    This is in some ways a rather disheartening look at immigrants to the US (and no doubt, immigrants to Canada as well) and how alienated they continue to feel. The remarkable thing was that almost all who were profiled had virtually the same experience.Eventually, the book began to feel like it was one voice rather than many.Having said that, it was quite fascinating to read. I particularly enjoyed the section from the Iranian woman. And there are some very interesting recipes attached to each pr [...]

    Lynne
    This is a collection of light essays with the overriding theme that cooking and food are the way in which immigrants stay connected with their original culture. The essays/interviews are not very deep, but they made for an enjoyable read while I ate my dinners this week. As with any collection, some are better than others. Halfway through, I was going to give it four stars, but it became repetitive.

    Tanna
    Skipping around but of four stories I've read, each different, each electrifying!I love that these are short, perfect for just before bed. Everyone of these people seem to have a wisdom about them from having had to bridge at least two different cultures and places. I very happy that so far every story I've read has something that keeps me interested. I've enjoy each one of the people.

    Tyra
    I really enjoyed this book. The stories of all of the Immigrants were interesting and many of the recipes looked great. Common theme from most of the people was that America wasn't a friendly place because we are all too busy.

    Emily
    In their own words and through their recipes, recent immigrants tell the stories of their food cultures and how they affect their new life in the United States.

    Caroline
    I reviewed this one on my blog: learningtoeatbook/2011

    Joy
    Entertainment Weekly recommended

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