The German Cookbook

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The German Cookbook

This authoritative book showcases 500 recipes celebrating the breadth of German cooking. The country’s distinct regional cuisines — from Hamburg and Munich to Frankfurt and Berlin — are highlighted in everything from dumplings to poultry, dessert to noodles, and more.


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This authoritative book showcases 500 recipes celebrating the breadth of German cooking. The country’s distinct regional cuisines — from Hamburg and Munich to Frankfurt and Berlin — are highlighted in everything from dumplings to poultry, dessert to noodles, and more.

Story

This authoritative book showcases 500 recipes celebrating the breadth of German food, from authentic traditional dishes to more contemporary options. Each of Germany’s distinct regional cuisines — from Hamburg and Munich to Frankfurt and Berlin — makes an appearance, displaying a remarkable variety of ingredients and far flung influences. From snacks to desserts, meat, poultry, and fish, potatoes, dumplings, and noodles, these recipes showcase the country’s culinary cultural history. Tested for accuracy in a home kitchen, each one is fully accessible to everyone from the novice cook to the experienced chef. Author Alfons Schubeck hails from Bavaria, and is widely regarded as an authority on German cooking — in addition to his work as a chef and broadcaster, Schuhbeck is a restaurateur and businessman.

Specs
  • Hardcover
  • 488 Pages
  • 10" H x 7" W
  • Published 2019 by Phaidon
Origin
  • Printed in China