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The Best Tool for Learning About the Diversity of Cuisine from Around the World
Increasing world travel, changing demographics, multinational business, and greater diversity at home have whetted our appetites for international flavors—whether in national dishes or creative culinary fusions. Anyone entering the foodservice industry today must be prepared to meet this growing demand. Taste truly has gone global.
With its comprehensive approach, International Cuisine explores countries and regions, cultures, and ingredients, and describes the crucial role they play in different world cuisines. This comprehensiveand engaging resource gives readers an introductory knowledge of food cultures from five continents, as well as the Caribbean and British Isles.
International Cuisine features:
Clearly presented and enjoyable to read, International Cuisine provides students, teachers, and professionals in foodservice a window to a wide variety of the world's cuisines.
The Art Institutes (artinstitutes.edu), with more than forty educational institutions located throughout North America, have provided an important source of culinary arts, design, media art, and fashion programs for professionals for more than forty years.
Since 1991, The International Culinary Schools at The Art Institutes, with their more than thirty locations, have offered exciting programs in culinary arts featuring a professional kitchen environmentand, in some locations, fully operational restaurants. Students work alongside instructors to learn and perform the hands-on skills chefs use each day. Based on classical Escoffier, Asian, and Latin culinary techniques, with an emphasis on progressive trends and practices, the curriculum is designed to develop and sharpen fundamental cooking techniques and professional skills and introduce a variety of international cuisines.
The Middle East.
Turkey, Greece, and Crete.
The British Isles.
Germany, Austria, Switzerland.
Scandinavia and Russia.
Posted February 7, 2013
ONE OF THE MAIN REASONS I ORDERED THIS BOOK WAS FOR A FEW SPECIFIC RECIPES. WHEN LOOKING AT THE BOOK ON-LINE AT THE INDEX, IT SHOWS SAUERBRATEN LISTED. SO I ASSUMED THAT MEANT THAT THERE WAS A RECIPE FOR IT. IT IS ONLY MENTIONED IN THE HISTORY SECTION OF THE COUNTRY, WHICH MAKES A STATEMENT SAYING THAT IS ONE OF "GERMANY'S NATIONAL DISHES. SO WHY IS THERE NO RECIPE FOR IT? SO NEEDLESS TO SAY I WAS VERY DISAPPOINTED. THERE WERE HOWEVER A FEW OTHER INTERNATIONAL RECIPES
THAT I WAS LOOKING FOR.