Rijksmuseum has released its own cookbook Automatic translate
AMSTERDAM. The Rijksmuseum has released its own cookbook, which includes descriptions of 130 dishes from 50 ingredients traditional for Holland.
The authors of the book collected the most interesting historical recipes, and the 50 best chefs and bakers of the country tested them in practice especially for this publication. In addition to recipes and detailed descriptions, the book includes more than nine hundred illustrations from the collection Rijksmuseum .
The compiler is Jonah Freud, a culinary journalist and owner of De Kookboekenhandel in Amsterdam. She chose the best historical and at the same time modern dishes based on one or more of the fifty ingredients that underlie Dutch cuisine. Irma Bum, the book designer, carefully selected the relevant illustrations, testifying to the rich culinary history of the Netherlands, as well as the role played by culinary and winemaking in the work of Dutch artists. Reproductions of famous paintings and still lifes were used as illustrations. As a result, the authors have a unique edition that will delight both lovers of national cuisine and art lovers, and present the best traditional dishes in a new light.
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