Falling Cloudberries

Falling Cloudberries

A World of Family Recipes

Book - 2009
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The author includes autobiographical memories, a family tree and portraits, and personal commentary with the recipes, explaining that she was, "born in London to a Finnish mother and a Greek-Cypriot father, when I was four we moved to South Africa. I now live in Italy."
Published: Kansas City, MO : Andrews McNeel, 2009, c2007.
ISBN: 9780740781520
0740781529
Branch Call Number: 641.59 KIR
Characteristics: 397 p. :,ill. (chiefly col.), ports. ;,25 cm.

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carrilis Jul 25, 2011

A very beautiful cookbook to look through, but not really any recipes I would actually make!

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lbloom
Aug 20, 2010

This book is beautiful. I love how it's a cookbook, but reads like a book. Her recipes span her history and travel experiences. This is a must- have.

quagga Feb 18, 2010

This is a cookbook for people who love to read cookbooks. I only made one of the recipes, but I read the book cover to cover. Tessa Kiros grew up in South Africa with a Finnish Jewish mother and a Greek-Cypriot father. When she writes of cinnamon and rose water - memories of her Cypriot grandfather - I can almost smell and taste the rice pudding she describes. Lush photos illustrate not only prepared dishes but also close-up images of ingredients in market stalls as well as textiles and stone pathways and black-and-white photos of Tessa's ancestors.

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