The Adriatic Kitchen

The Adriatic Kitchen by Barbara Unkovic

Recipes inspired by the abundance of seasonal ingredients flourishing on the Croatian island of Korcula

Format: Paperback / softback, 112 Pages
ISBN: 9781925335361
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Barbara Unkovic has always been drawn to the land of her father, the sun-soaked Croatian island of Korčula in the Adriatic Sea. She spent several years living there, in the seaside village of Racisce, immersed in its way of life, its culture, history and food. Now, inspired by the island's culinary traditions and its abundance of fresh, seasonal ingredients, Barbara has produced The Adriatic Kitchen, a delightful, rustic cookbook full of gorgeous recipes and evocative memories. Over 70 simple yet delicious recipes are included, such as Croatian Sweet Easter Bread; Black Risotto; Fresh Fig Crumble; Roast Chicken with Pomegranate and Spinach; Dalmatian Shepherd's Lamb with Potatoes and Broad Beans; Sugared Almonds; Croatian Pepper Biscuits; Carrot and Mint Salad. Infused with the warmth and vibrancy of Barbara's beloved island, The Adriatic Kitchen is a must-have cookbook for those wanting to experience traditional food at its best.

Barbara Unković is of Croatian and English descent and is a cousin to D.H. Lawrence. She is the author of six published books: 'Adriatic Blue', 'Moon Walking', 'Weeds in the Garden of Eden', 'A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing', 'Furry Blur' and 'Naughty Noosa Meets the Neighbours'. She writes in a number of different genres, her specialty being flash fiction. Barbara is the recipient of more than thirty writing awards in the United Kingdom and the United States, including three International Book Awards and one USA Best Book Award for her books 'Weeds in the Garden of Eden', 'A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing' and 'Moon Walking'.

Format: Paperback / softback, 112 Pages
ISBN: 9781925335361
Illustrations: 30 color illustrations
Size: 7.25 in x 9 in / 184.15 mm x 228.6 mm
“…you’ll find a food lovers notebook crammed full of honest food and treasured memories.”
"A gastronomic journey to sun-drenched Croatia.”
"They say you can't judge a book by its cover, but in this case it simply is not true. The sunny colours of this slim book, The Adriatic Kitchen, immediately conjure up visions of cliffs and sun-soaked beaches, lemons and lamb and long lazy lunches on a grapevine shaded deck."
"We love the recipes themselves; heavily influenced by Italian cuisine and understatedly vibrant they rely wholly on the quality of the ingredients." 
"A great reference for any kitchen!”
“Thank you Barbara for a cookbook that is easy for busy people to use and inspires cooking with fresh seasonal and local food. The Adriatic Kitchen won’t end up at the back of a cupboard or draw - my copy will take pride of place on my bench top, and will be used often. I highly recommend you get a copy for your bench top too.”