Apr 212017
 

Exisle Publishing

With all the yummy Easter chocolate gobbled up and the lazy long weekend over and done with I can’t wait to get back into the kitchen and cook delicious food from scratch. With everyone home on school holidays the kids and I have been trying out different dishes from around the globe and this week it’s all about Croatia with this lovely little cookbook from Exisle Publishing:

Inspired by her father’s homeland of Korčula, Croatia award-winning author Barbara Unković has bundled some of her favourite rustic recipes and special memories in The Adriatic Kitchen (RRP $14.99).

Using a refreshing mix of seasonal ingredients, combined with pantry staples, and guided by easy step-by-step instructions Barbara helps her readers whip up traditional Croatian delights in their own kitchen. The book covers more than 70 delicious recipes, lovingly divided by the season they are generally made in so you can enjoy a taste of Croatia all year around.

From delicious dinners like Dalmatian Shepherd’s Lamb with Potatoes and Broad Beans, End of Summer Cazlone and Roast Chicken with Pomegranate and Spinach to sweet treats like Bowknots, Double Chocolate Fig Truffles and Lemon and Lavender Shortbread and so much more, you will find The Adriatic Kitchen serves up something to please everyone.

To find out more about Exisle Publishing, to take a closer look at ‘The Adriatic Kitchen’ and to order a copy online visit www.exislepublishing.com.au.

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  6 Responses to “‘The Adriatic Kitchen’ giveaway”

  1. My mate maria we are always trying new food and we take pics and send itthem to each other to try it if it tastes good

  2. Friend and I are always trying and sharing new recipes and send pics to each other

  3. Exploring wondrous culinary adventures in the kitchen is a love we share; thanks for an opportunity to win this beautiful cookbook and good luck everyone.

  4. Now our children have gone back to school I will have time to “create” something delicious and surprise my good friend who has a habit of surprising me with very tasty treats which she says are her “creations”..

  5. Korcula is a distant memory and while the kids are young it’s going to stay that way. Living vicariously through Barbara Unkovic’s Adriatic culinary creations is as close as I can hope for… now to find someone with time to prepare and cook them for me…

  6. My dad has found new cooking skills now he has retired, look forward to weekend lunches

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