Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction: Kookboeke / Food & Drink
Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction - Kookboeke / Food & Drink
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Expect a personal voice, mouthwatering visuals, useful insider tips, a specialist chapter on baking and an abundance of no-nonsense, approachable recipes that celebrate fresh, local ingredients.
From sun up to sun down and beyond, chef Liezie Mulder takes us through a day in the life of her iconic Knysna restaurant, île de paÏn. For every time of day, and every craving in between, there is a meal to nourish, delight, energise and celebrate the craft of good cooking. For Liezie, all the world's a feast - her dishes are inspired by places she's travelled to, her childhood and family heritage, whether it's Bali or Israel or America and beyond. She tells the stories and meticulously guides us through making a range of recipes that, most importantly, always respect the ingredients.
About the Author
Liezie Mulder is the co-owner and head chef of Knysna's popular café and artisan bakery, île de païn. Liezie trained as a chef in the US, working under inspirational chefs in esteemed kitchens. It was here she met her life and business partner, master baker Markus Färbinger. Together, Liezie and Markus started île de païn on a wing and a prayer when they returned to Knysna in 2002. Local whispers soon spread about a small café on Thesen Islands offering the authentic coffee, croissants and sandwiches. île de païn has grown up and expanded, but stayed close to its roots. Liezie wrote her first recipe book “Café Food” in 2009 in a desire to share her passion for food and illustrate that marvelous dishes can be made at home by anyone.
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