We use cookies to make sure our website better meets your expectations.
You can adjust your web browser's settings to stop accepting cookies. For further information, read our cookie policy.
IN Warsaw
Exchange Rates
Warsaw Stock Exchange - Indices
The Warsaw Voice » Culture » January 31, 2013
You have to be logged in to use the ReadSpeaker utility and listen to a text. It's free-of-charge. Just log in to the site or register if you are not registered user yet.
Flavors For All Seasons
January 31, 2013   
Article's tools:

Fine Polish Cuisine from the BoSz publishing house is a beautiful and lavishly illustrated coffee-table book with recipes from renowned Polish chefs.

The English edition comes with a foreword written by Poland’s First Lady, Anna Komorowska, who has contributed several recipes of her own in the book’s closing chapter, “The First Lady’s Menu.” The dishes here include asparagus with hollandaise sauce, chilled baby beet soup, pan-fried tench with a green salad and rhubarb sauce, veal with spring beans and apple charlotte.

Famous chefs have composed sophisticated menus for the book, inspired by the culinary traditions originating from different regions of Poland. The book contains contributions from a total of 12 chefs, including Wojciech Modest Amaro, Karol Okrasa, Paweł Oszczyk and Marek Widomski.

Fine Polish Cuisine is divided into four parts corresponding to the four seasons. The dishes described by the chefs employ seasonal, organic ingredients along with traditional Polish products. Examples from the winter menu include loin of red deer roasted in cabbage with a celeriac gratin and morel sauce with spring onion by Paweł Oszczyk, chef at La Rotisserie at the Mamaison Hotel La Regina Warsaw; and saddle of roe deer in linden honey with forest mushroom spice cake, marinated pear and bilberry sauce (pictured) by Karol Okrasa, head chef at Platter by Karol Okrasa at the InterContinental Hotel in Warsaw.

The book also outlines the culinary history of Poland in a chapter entitled “From the ducal to the presidential table.”

The dishes in the book are not only delicious but also look beautiful, and the photographs are little masterpieces in their own right.

Fine Polish Cuisine
BoSz Publishing House, 2012
280 pages; Size: 27x35 cm; Hard cover
Price (online stores): around zl.215
© The Warsaw Voice 2010-2018
E-mail Marketing Powered by SARE