'What's Cooking in Belgium' is a cookbook with a difference. The pages of this book are abundant with mouth-watering recipes for traditional Belgian dishes, complemented by fascinating anecdotes about the nation's cuisine. Having talked to chefs and farmers, historians and curators up and down the country, Anna Jenkinson and Neil Evans have put together a book of recipes and stories that explain Belgium's love affair with food. They travelled from the North Sea coast in the West to the Ardennes forest in the East and learned the secret to making Belgian chips, when the first chocolate praline was made, and how the Spanish, French and Germans have all influenced Belgian cuisine over the centuries. Illustrated with beautiful photographs by Diane Hendrikx this is a book that could live in the kitchen or on your coffee table.
Number of pages: 200
Weight: 1188 g
Dimensions: 240 x 190 x 28 mm
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