Ancient Grains for Modern Meals: Mediterranean Whole Grain by Maria Speck

By Maria Speck

Nutrients author Maria Speck’s ardour for propelling outdated international staples resembling farro, barley, polenta, and wheat berries to the leading edge of recent American cooking is fantastically provided in Ancient Grains for contemporary Meals. during this encouraged and hugely own booklet, Maria Speck attracts on nutrients traditions from around the Mediterranean and northern Europe to bare how flexible, pleasing, flavorful, and complex complete grains can be.  
Rustic yet based dishes--Creamy Farro with Honey-Roasted Grapes, Barley Salad with Figs and Tarragon-Lemon Dressing, Lamb Stew with Wheat Berries in pink Wine Sauce, and pink Rice Pudding with Rose Water Dates--are guaranteed to please discerning palates and develop into favorites in any complete grain repertoire.
Food fanatics and health-conscious domestic cooks alike the best way to combine complete grains into their busy lives, from quick-cooking quinoa and buckwheat to the slower forms equivalent to spelt and Kamut. the beautiful flavors and full of life textures of entire grains are more advantageous with normal materials corresponding to butter, cream, and prosciutto--in moderation--to create lush Mediterranean-inspired recipes. Maria’s approachable type and beneficiant spirit make this choice of common, up-to-date classics a treasury for today’s chefs.

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Selected Bibliography and Glossary General background sources of reading on food history, and several sources of menus and historic recipe books are listed in a selected bibliography at the end of the book. An exhaustive glossary of all ancient words in their various spellings, plus all of the foreign terms, would have taken almost another volume in itself. The glossary is therefore necessarily restricted to the most frequently appearing words and terms, and excludes those that are explained in the text.

Truman, The Gridiron Club, Hotel Statler, Washington, DC April 10, 1948 Week’s Menu for the First Family, The White House, Washington, DC April 15, 1973 Testimonial Banquet for Boxer Robert Fitzsimmons, Hotel Bartholdi, New York April 16, 1897 New York Society of Restaurateurs Dinner with ‘‘Diamond Jim’’ Brady, Terrace Garden, New York April 17, 1916 Confederate Soldier’s Dinner, Army Camp, near Pensacola, Florida April 18, 1861 Opening Banquet Woolworth Building, Broadway, New York April 24, 1913 Harvard Club of Boston Dinner, Hotel Somerset, April 30, 1913 Boston, Massachusetts Elvis Presley’s Wedding, Aladdin Hotel, Las Vegas May 1, 1967 Dinner at the Sanitarium, Battle Creek, Michigan May 2, 1900 Lewis and Clark Eat with the Nez Perce, Idaho May 10, 1806 President Franklin D.

The glossary is therefore necessarily restricted to the most frequently appearing words and terms, and excludes those that are explained in the text. The bibliography also includes several online and freely available glossaries of historic culinary words for the reader’s reference. xxix This page intentionally left blank List of Menus Chronologically August 22, 70 BCE May 28, 1368 Italy An Ancient Roman Dinner, Rome Italy Wedding Feast, Milan September 23, 1387 England Feast for King Richard II, Durham House, London October 13, 1399 England Coronation Feast of King Henry IV, Great Hall of Westminster, London August 2, 1413 England Harvest Meals in an English Medieval Manorial Household, Acton Hall, Acton, Suffolk February 23, 1421 England Coronation Feast of Queen Catherine, Westminster Hall, London December 4, 1424 England Funeral Feast of the Bishop of Bath and Wells, Bishop’s Palace, Wells, Somerset September 16, 1425 England Induction Feast of the Bishop of Bath and Wells, The Bishop’s Palace, Wells, Somerset November 6, 1429 England Coronation Feast of King Henry VI, Great Hall of Westminster, London September 22, 1465 England Installation Feast of the Archbishop of York, Cawood Castle, York September 22, 1465 England Installation Feast of the Archbishop of York, Cawood Castle, York June 4, 1469 Italy October 28, 1478 England Dinner of the Worshipful Company of Wax Chandlers, Newcastle-upon-Tyne July 6, 1483 England Coronation Feast of King Richard III, Westminster Hall, London March 9, 1504 England Inthronization Feast of the Archbishop of Canterbury, The Archbishop’s Palace, Canterbury August 16, 1522 England Dinner of the Wardens of the Drapers’ Company, Home of the Master of the Company, London France Banquet for Queen Catherine, Bishop’s Palace, Paris June 19, 1549 Medici Wedding Feast, Palazzo Medici, Florence xxxii List of Menus Chronologically January 6, 1552 England February 9, 1568 Spain Twelfth Day Dinner and Supper in a Tudor Household, Ingatestone Hall, Essex Archbishop’s Meals, Valencia November 20, 1576 England Dining with Queen Elizabeth I August 18, 1617 England King James I’s Breakfast, Hoghton Tower, Preston, Lancashire September 13, 1619 England Dinner Celebrating the Founding of Dulwich College, Camberwell, Surrey November 1, 1624 England All Hallow’s Day Dinner, New College, Oxford December 23, 1626 England Noble Family’s Dinner, Aldersgate Street, London August 9, 1652 France Dinner to Honor the Prince de Conde January 13, 1663 England Samuel Pepys Gives Dinner for Friends, London September 6, 1663 Morocco Dinner with the Moors July 10, 1675 HMS Assistance May 9, 1676 Syria Officers’ Dinner at Sea, HMS Assistance, near Gibraltar Dinner at the English Embassy, Aleppo January 2, 1682 England Christening Feast, Cockley Cley, Norfolk March 11, 1687 England Ironmongers’ Company Dinner, Ironmongers Hall, Fenchurch Street, London September 5, 1687 England Ambigu for King James II, Bodley Library, Oxford University, Oxford Dinner for the Duke of Orle´ans March 28, 1690 January 28, 1698 France England Peter the Great Dines at The King’s Arms, Godalming, Surrey June 6, 1699 England Wedding Supper November 8, 1701 Scotland Duchess of Buccleuch and Monmouth’s Table, Dalkeith Castle January 9, 1708/9 England Gentleman’s Dinner, Ockenden House, Cuckfield January 30, 1710 England Calves Head Club Annual Feast, London October 29, 1742 England Dinner for the Worshipful Company of Barbers and Surgeons, The Barber-Surgeons Hall, Monkwell Square, London ˆteau de la Muette, French Royal Supper, Cha Paris February 18, 1749 France List of Menus Chronologically May 21, 1753 England September 29, 1757 France December 22, 1769 America April 19, 1770 Wales A Wedding Feast, Bishopwearmouth, Durham ˆteau de Choisy Supper with the King, Cha First Celebration of Forefathers’ Day Dinner, Old Colony Club of Plymouth, Massachusetts Coming-of-Age Party, Wynnstay Hall, Denbighshire January 3, 1774 America Luxurious Dinner for the King’s Officers, Boston, Massachusetts December 3, 1782 England Tithe-Audit Dinner, Weston Longville, Norfolk August 5, 1786 Germany Frederick the Great’s Dinner, Sans Souci, Potsdam October 21, 1787 France All-Potato Dinner Les Invalides, Paris October 23, 1787 France ˆteau ‘‘Thousand and One Nights’’ Dinner, Cha de Bellevue March 2, 1788 July 24, 1788 April 20, 1796 Germany France England Prince Ernest’s Dinner Dining with Marie-Antoinette, Le Petit Trianon, Versailles Vicar’s Dinner, East Tuddenham, Norfolk February 3, 1796 France Postrevolutionary Meal, Havre de Grace February 6, 1802 United States Dinner with President Thomas Jefferson, The White House, Washington, DC May 10, 1806 United States Lewis and Clark Eat with the Nez Perce, Idaho November 28, 1809 France Gourmet’s Dinner, Rocher de Cancale, Rue Montorgeuil, Paris April 13, 1811 France Dinner for the Bonapartes, Tuileries Palace, Paris September 14, 1813 England Jane Austen’s Dinner, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, London May 25, 1816 England Parliamentary Dinner, Carlton House, London January 5, 1817 Scotland Household of the Marquess of Tweeddale, Yester House, Gifford, East Lothian January 18, 1817 England Prince Regent of England Entertains the Archduke of Russia, Royal Pavilion, Brighton July 19, 1821 England Coronation Banquet of King George IV, Westminster Hall, London August 24, 1821 Scotland King George IV’s Visit to Scotland, Great Hall of Parliament House, Edinburgh xxxiii xxxiv List of Menus Chronologically February 15, 1823 August 26, 1825 United States Switzerland Exotic Menu for New York Epicures, The Bank Coffee House, New York Breakfast and Dinner on Mont Blanc July 31, 1826 France King’s Dinner January 1, 1828 Egypt New Year’s Day Meal, Kosseir France Good Friday Dinner, Tuileries, Paris April 4, 1828 November 10, 1828 England Lord Mayor’s Dinner, Guildhall, London November 4, 1829 England Common Hospital Diet, Devon and Exeter Hospital September 17, 1830 United States Centennial Dinner, Exchange Coffee House, Boston, Massachusetts August 1, 1831 England Banquet for the Official Opening of London Bridge, London August 12, 1835 England Daily Meals in the Poorhouse, Fishlake, Yorkshire October 10, 1838 United States International Lunch Menu, International Casino, Times Square, New York June 28, 1838 England Coronation Dinner for the Poor, St.

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