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by Maria Strybel,Robert Strybel

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ISBN: 0781800692
Author: Maria Strybel,Robert Strybel
Language: English
Publisher: Hippocrene Books; 1st Edition edition (1993)
Pages: 875
Category: Regional & International
Subcategory: Food
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 485
Size Fb2: 1148 kb
Size ePub: 1585 kb
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Robert Strybel spent more than three decades in Warsaw as correspondent for the Polish-American press and worked for Reuters News Agency.

Robert Strybel spent more than three decades in Warsaw as correspondent for the Polish-American press and worked for Reuters News Agency. With his Polish-born wife Maria, he co-authored Polish Heritage Cookery, believed to be the largest Polish cookbook (rich of some 2,200 recipes) published in English. Библиографические данные. Polish Heritage Cookery.

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Polish Heritage Cookery is the most extensive and varied Polish cookbook ever published in English, with over 2,200 recipes in 20 categories, written especially for Americans with American weights, measures and temperatures. Each recipe is indexed under its American and Polish name. Included are the elegant cuisines of Old Poland, the simple peasant cookery, and everything in between. Polish Heritage Cookery is interlaced with cultural notes and historical background on Polish food and eating habits.

With over 2,200 recipes in 29 categories, "Polish Heritage Cookery" is the most extensive and varied Polish cookbook ever published.

A perennial bestseller, Polish Heritage Cookery is the most extensive and varied Polish cookbook ever published. With over 2,200 recipes in 29 categories, "Polish Heritage Cookery" is the most extensive and varied Polish cookbook ever published. A encyclopedia of Polish cookery and a wonderful thing to have!"-Julia Child, "Good Morning America".

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Title: Polish Heritage Cookery, Status: SOLD, Category: Vintage Collectibles:Books:Cookbooks, Shop: AtticInk, Description: This book . The book was written by Robert and Maria Strybel for American cooks. This copy is the 3rd printing from 1994. The book boards are very good.

Title: Polish Heritage Cookery, Status: SOLD, Category: Vintage Collectibles:Books:Cookbooks, Shop: AtticInk, Description: This book contains over 850 pages of everything you need or want to know about Polish cuisine.

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Gathers more than two thousand traditional Polish recipes for appetizers, soups, salads, sauces, vegetables, meat, fish, poultry, and desserts

Comments:

Wizer
Anybody interested in an encyclopedic compendium of Polish recipes will not regret buying this book. This hefty tome, at over 800 pages, is as thorough a resource to the Polish kitchen as Irma Bombeck's Joy of Kitchen is to an American one. The format of the recipes may be a little daunting if you're used to a chart of ingredients preceding the cooking instructions, but the sheer volume of recipes in this book lend themselves best to this format. Sometimes, instructions can be a little non-obvious. For example, recipes will call for items like "beet sour" or "Polish pork seasoning," which, if you're just leafing through the book, you might not realize that there are recipes contained in the cookbook for those ingredients. In other words, where a cookbook may typically write "1/2 cup beet sour (see recipe on page XYZ)," the parenthetical reference is omitted, and you have to check the index. It's a minor point, but I can see it being confusing if you don't immediately realize it.

The book contains recipes for almost everything Polish food related under the sun. I was especially impressed to find recipes for homemade sausages (both fresh and cold smoked) and cured meats (like bacon), even though many kitchens may not be equipped for sausage making or cold smoking. If you have access to these things, those recipes are there for you. The spice & herbs section is a complete and informative rundown of the role of seasonings in Polish cookery. There is an entire chapter devoted to mushroom dishes (an important ingredient in our cuisine.) Five different recipes for pierogi doughs, and an entire section on Polish dumplings of all types, from pierogi to pyzy to kopytka. There's a chapter on home preserves, as well as recipes for various flavored cordials, vodkas and brandies (nalewki) that are sure to be part of any Polish bar.

In short, the breadth and depth of the research and recipes are amazing. This is the best English-language resource I've seen for the Polish cuisine.
Ziena
If you ever wanted to know where Babcia learned to cook - this is it! Every conceivable Polish recipe can be found on these pages, provided with loving detail and insider tips. Mr Strybel makes it his business to ensure you get the "feel" of Polish cooking, not just the bare bones..He provides a very useful intro describing what makes Polish cooking unique, what kept it relatively unknown and unappreciated, what gives it its national flavour and even why Poles use the ingredients they do - fascinating insights, not just for Poles.
There are just enough photos and step-by-step illustrations to make things easy and inspiring, and whole sections are devoted to making your own produce, such as dairy products and meat products not readily available outside Europe. This is an immense help to Westerners who don't even seem to have access to natural, raw milk these days - Mr Strybel has some interesting things to say about health benefits and modern nutrition here! Though probably not his intent, Mr Strybel makes some of the most compelling arguments for a return to "slow" food I have ever read.
Although ingredients aren't listed at the beginning of recipes (to save space) it really isn't that much of a big deal - after all, when you're cooking you probably have to read through the recipe a few times anyway to get the feel for the job, thus familiarising yourself with what's required. Instead, Mr Strybel has provided an excellent index, in both Polish and English, making recipes easy to find, even by ingredient, which I think is far more useful than listed ingredients.
What I loved most about this book, however, is Mr Strybel's courage to present Polish cooking unashamedly as it is - a relatively unknown (he explains why this is so) culinary tradition, which once sampled cannot be forgotten - the kind of home-cooking that will always be chosen and enjoyed far more than any haute cuisine can be because it feeds the soul as well as the body. It's simple and stodgy cuisine, right? Wrong! This prejudice Mr Strybel blows completely out of the water by reminding us that peasant fare mixed with royal culinary tradition gives you dishes such as slow-roasted duck with wild mushrooms and juniper berries - it ain't all cabbage, folks..not that there's anything wrong with cabbage if you know how to cook it.
For the health conscious, on the face of it, Polish cooking is high fat, high everything cooking, but as Mr Strybel points out - well, you'll just have to read what he has to say about all that!
It's been said before but I'll say it again - this is the definitive Babcia's bible! Whether you're Polish or not, you'll be amazed at the breadth and depth of this book - I know I was and I've been cooking Polish food all my life. Thank you Mr Strybel :)
Beahelm
We learned of this book through a friend who has her own copy. After looking through the book and at all the different recipes, I knew this was a book I had to get. It even had a section on sausage making recipes, which is something I do. The recipes are easy to follow and even include recipes for making up batches of the spices sometimes called for in other recipes found in the book elsewhere. If you have a strong Polish heritage, this is the no. 1 book for you!
Welahza
This is the companion book to another by the small author. Really like the idea about the the traditions and history being in the book. However, my feelings about this book is the same as the other. Good representation of Polish cooking, however, a difficult recipe book to read and follow. Recipes are in paragraph style and addtional time is needed to determine the ingredients. Not sure the recipes were edited and tested as written as I found I had to adjust each one that I used.

The concept was good but the delivery was poor. Perhaps the author/book publisher should have created versions for the US and Europe.

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