And today , with the economic strides the tiny country has made , and the culture
and tourism it has to offer , the world has become interested in Estonia . It is in
that spirit that I have written Estonian Tastes and Traditions . This book is an effort
Author: Karin Annus Kärner
Publisher: Hippocrene Books
The only book widely available on Estonian food and cooking, 'Estonian Tastes and Traditions' completes Hippocrene's coverage of the cuisines of the Baltic region. Estonian food is simple, based on such staples as potatoes, pork, sauerkraut, preserved fish, and dark bread. This comprehensive volume contains 165 traditional recipes for such dishes as Sweet and Sour Red Cabbage (Magushapu Punane Kapsas), Beer Soup (Õllesupp), and Honey Candy (Meekompvekid). Chapters covering basics such as meats, vegetables, and breads are supplemented with chapters on turnovers, pancakes, and preserves. Also included is extensive cultural and historical information and an Estonian-English food glossary.
This comprehensive book contains more than 150 traditional and modern recipes, all designed for the modern kitchen with readily available ingredients.
Author: Karin Annus Karner
The cuisine of Estonia, the northernmost of the Baltic nations, is little known outside the country's borders. Simple and satisfying, the cuisine is based on such staples as potatoes, pork, preserved fish, and dark bread. Sauces are made from milk, sour cream, or cottage cheese and the main flavorings are salt and pepper, onions, and fresh herbs. This comprehensive book contains 248 traditional and modern recipes, all designed for the modern kitchen with readily available ingredients.
Place in American Culture As Estonian cuisine is a blend of multiple cultures,
many of its items, such as sauerkraut, can ... of its members, Karin Annus Kärner,
published one of the major Estonian cookbooks, Estonian Tastes and Traditions,
Author: Lucy M. Long
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Ethnic American Food Today is the first encyclopedia to illuminate the variety and complexity of ethnic food cultures in this country and to address their place within the larger American culture.
The carefully compiled selection by Baltic specialist Silvena Johen conveys the eating traditions of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
Author: Silvena Johan Lauta
Publisher: Lorenz Books
Explore the delights of the traditional cuisines of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania with this collection of 60 recipes. The book offers a history of the region's culinary traditions, and a guide to the local ingredients, from beetroot and horseradish to black pudding and elderberries.
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Vilde ' s Pisuhänd is a genuine high comedy with a distinctly Estonian flavor .
Vilde ' s ... The basic idea of Side is to show how money changes the traditional
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Author: Gale Cengage
Publisher: Detroit [Mich.] : Gale Group
Essays on some of the most prominent Eastern European writers from the twentieth-century from the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania and Slovakia. Discusses the contributions of these authors who played a significant role in the growth, development, and preservation of their respective literatures. This rich and diverse literary history of Eastern Europe mirrors the depth and complexity of its social and political history.
... the traditional religion . It continues with present tastes in applied art and
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Publisher: New York : Free Press
A detailed survey of the territory, history, economy, demography, culture, external relations, language, media, education, and national attitudes of each of the Soviet Union's seventeen major nationalities and ethnic groups
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Vol. for 1971 contains papers presented at the 1st International Symposium for Ethnological Food Research in Lund, 1970.
The Estonian Lutheran church , long consid genie back in the bottle . People
have had a substantial ered a threat because of its role as bearer of Estonian
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Author: Reinhold Niebuhr
A bi-weekly journal of Christian opinion.
The traditional Estonian menu has , to some degree , been adapted to ' modern
tastes ' ( such as Nordic roast for 98 EEK ) but the old favourites , like cabbage
schnitzel for 27 EEK , can still be had and the fine , spacious , 15th century stone
Author: John Noble
Covering the Baltic States and Kalningrad, this Travel Survival Kit includes a new post-independence history section, information for all budgets on what to see and do, and tips on dining and accommodations. Includes sections on the Baltic languages and Russian. in color. 60 maps.