Food from the Fire: The Scandinavian Flavours of Open-Fire Cooking Hardcover – 8 Sep 2016
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"The Swedish cookbook that's about to set your world - OK - your dinner on fire." --Esquire
"This book proves it can produce simple, honest refinement; both in and out of the kitchen." --Wallpaper*
About the Author
Niklas Ekstedt is founder of the Michelin-starred EKSTEDT, in Stockholm; a restaurant that uses only Scandinavian wood in their magnificent fire pit or their wood-fired oven to give the food a truly unique character. No electric cooker, no gas burners. EKSTEDT was named second in Zagat's 'Ten Hottest Restaurants in the World'. Earlier in his career, Niklas also worked at El Bulli. Niklas is keen to bring innovative Nordic cooking to the world and this work frequently takes him around the globe, from hosting a long table banquet at Wilderness Festival, to presenting on Swedish prime-time television. He has also appeared on Saturday Kitchen. He has written four cookbooks in Swedish, this will be his fifth. He lives outside Stockholm with his wife and 2 children.
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Simple recipes in the main, as much about the technique as the technique of cooking as the ingredients. A few items required not available in my local supermarkets (Neep sugar, rose water) - but they can be found online.
This is a good solid hardback book printed on nice, thick matt paper. The topic makes it a useful addition to the run of the mill recipe books on the shelf - something different.
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