If you have ever tried Georgian food, you will probably never be able to forget its delectable taste, because Georgian cuisine enchants even the most discerning gourmets.
The cookbook, containing 90 great, easy to prepare recipes, shows how to make the same delicious food at home: salads in Georgian way – spinach balls and cabbage rolls with walnuts, puddings – wine cake and sweet pilaf with various kinds of jam, Christmas specials and summer tips.
The book is a must have for those who come to visit Georgia and are attracted by its exotic and rich cuisine. It is also a perfect gift for anyone who is eager to discover new tastes.
Central and unique to the culinary tradition of Georgia is the ‘supra, a coming together of family and friends to share heartwarming toasts, great conversation, fee-flowing drink and, most importantly, dish upon dish of mouthwatering food. In this book, Tiko Tuskadze, chef-owner of London’s celebrated restaurant Little Georgia, opens her kitchen to share her love for the food of her home country and the recipes and stories that have been passed down through her family for generations.
It is the rags-to-riches story of orange wine – the world’s oldest, most distinctive and most misunderstood wine style. Abandoned after two world wars, its modern-day rediscovery caused incomprehension and uproar within the wine establishment.
Simon J Woolf weaves a tale of cultural oppression, struggle and persistence across the shifting borders of Friuli and Slovenia, in Georgia, the Caucasus and beyond, as orange wine establishes itself as a vital new tradition.
This book will take the reader on a journey through the winemaking history, traditions, grapes, regional specialties and cellars from ’the cradle of wine’. It is an indispensable companion for the exploration of beauty that Georgian wine has to offer.
Rugged, wild beauty, and flavorful, sumptuous dishes are in seemingly endless supply to accompany these unique wines making Georgia the ultimate destination for the wine curious. There’s never been a better time to visit, drink plentifully, and revel in Georgian hospitality.
Meet Georgia’s best chefs and cooks and sample their vibrant, colorful cuisine, including vegetables blended with walnuts and aromatic herbs, subtly spiced stews, and the irresistible cheese-filled khachapuri breads that are served on every table.
Georgia is one of the world’s oldest winemaking areas, with wines tradtionally made in clay qvevri buried in the ground. These wines are some of today’s most sought-after by fans of natural and organic viticulture.