Delectable International Smorgasbord Simmers in New Cookbook

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European author Yanka Urumova serves sumptuous homemade international recipes out of Brooklyn

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According to Bob Weinstein in “Brooklyn: A Melting Pot of Cultures,” the uniqueness and beauty of Brooklyn cannot be defined tersely. It has been referred as the borough of churches or the borough of buildings. For people obsessed with unique architecture, these nicknames are true. It is a hodgepodge, potpourri, pastiche – diversity in its truest form. Appropriately, the new cookbook of Brooklyn-based author Yanka Urumova titled 41 Cuisine All World shares the same exciting characteristics.

Urumova serves her timely book to the public to give them a taste of various exquisite international cuisines straight from their own kitchen. With the rising popularity of cooking reality television shows such as “Top Chef,” “Iron Chef America,” “MasterChef,” and “Hell’s Kitchen” to name a few, people’s minds, and of course taste buds, are now more attuned to savor culinary arts.

Readers will find Urumova’s cookbook as one of the most comprehensive yet straightforward cookbooks ever produced. It offers the most fundamental recipes for bread, cookies candies, muffins, cakes and pies; to more scrumptious concoctions of cocktails, cream and sauces; to more sumptuous Russian, Indian, Chinese and Mexican cuisines. It can easily be anyone’s kitchen bible.

Whether readers are culinary novices or dedicated cooks, whether they are making a simple family supper for two or throwing a great cocktail party for fifty, they can now accomplish it with more flavor and flair with 41 Cuisine All World.

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41 Cuisine All World * by Yanka Urumova
Publication Date: March 3, 2012
Trade Paperback; $23.99; 488 pages; 978-1-4691-5549-4
Trade Hardback; $34.99; 488 pages; 978-1-4691-5550-0
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4691-5551-7

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