- I have been a Rolling Stones fan for as long as I can remember.
- Noodles with semolina are a crime against humanity.
- I think the Jaguar E-type is the most beautiful car ever created.
- I can’t imagine any time or condition when I would refuse cooking. Even if I had to go to the hospital, my bed would be in the kitchen.
- I love driving fast. It’s such a shame there are a lot of radars…
- Without sunshine I feel dead.
Tamás Bereznay: Flavors of Germany
Gastro trip from Saxony to Rhineland The third cookbook of Tamás Bereznay was published at the Boook Publishing House in 2010. The Flavors of Germany is a special mixture - it is a guidebook and cookbook together. It contains 16 chapters, each of them presents a German province with its characteristics. The amusing descriptions are followed by recipes interpreted traditionally by Tamás Bereznay. It is no secret - the cookbook aims at promoting German cuisine for readers open for gastronomic peculiarities. ISBN: 978-963-0686-62-4 Year of publication: 2010 Cover: hardcover Number of Pages: 256 Size (mm): 195x255 Weight (g): 900 Language: hungarian
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Tamás Bereznay: Cooking is a piece of cake
Well-tried recipes for hurried mothers What shall I cook? Millions of housewives ask herself each day. What shall I cook that is quick, cheap, fine and my kids will eat? What shall I cook that is healthy? In Tamás Bereznay’s offer the majority of the delicious dishes can be made quickly in the evenings. The children will love the tastes and the curiosity. There is an extra chapter in the book in which we got the answer for our questions such as why fluid intake is important, in what we can find enough iron or why frying in oil is healthy. ISBN: 978-963-8894-26-7 Year of publication: 2011 Cover: hardcover Number of Pages: 144 Size (mm): 190x255 Weight (g): 765 Language: hungarian
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Tamás Bereznay: One-pan recipes
What do you need to make something quick and delicious, and in one frying pan? You certainly need a professional frying pan, a chopping board, a knife, and last but not least, 50 mouth-watering recipes created by Tamás Bereznay, BOOOK Publishing’s gastronomic supervisor, host of the TV show ‘Butchers’ and author of many internationally acclaimed cookbooks. Whether you’re a hesitant beginner or very advanced in the kitchen, swear by traditional fare or more modern cuisine, the Hungarian chef’s latest book contains both easy-to-make, cool dishes designed to please men and more homely dishes, perfect for welcoming guests. The recipes also feature enticing photos of the dishes. If you are a little uncertain about cooking, this book is still the perfect addition to your shelf. Finally, the author advises you on how to make cooking practical and enjoyable – even with just one frying pan. ISBN: 978-615-5417-34-4 Kiadási év: 2017 Kötés típusa: paperback Terjedelem (oldal): 112 Méret (mm): 210x245 Tömeg (g): 500 Nyelv: hungarian
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Tamás Bereznay: Hungarian Cookbook
For foreigner fans of the Hungatian cuisine We admit that Tamás Bereznay is biased, but what else could a Hungarian master chef say about Hungarian cuisine other than it’s being exciting, diverse and delicious. Fortunately, not only does he claim it, he also proves it in his book, that represents the classic dishes of Hungarian cuisine in an initiated way. Hungarian Cookbook is also special because its food selection involves the typical Hungarian gastronomy, so the reader could get to know the simple Hungarian native dishes as well as the popular local streetfood and those dishes that appear every day on tables of Hungarian families. ISBN: 978-963-8938-23-7 Year of publication: 2012 Cover: hardcover Number of Pages: 224 Size (mm): 190x255 Weight (g): 785 Language: english
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Tamás Bereznay: Hungarian Dessert Book
Voila, here is an authentic cookbook in English focusing the desserts, the field that is more and more interesting amongst the fans of the Hungarian cuisine. Hungarian Dessert Book is a real delicatesse: it offers 75 beautifully illustrated recipes on 176 pages, and 20% of them will be warm dessert typical for Hungary. Tamás Bereznay pays attention to working with Hungarian ingredients that are specials but in the meantime that can be purchased all over Europe. Those who are curious what a Hungarian housewife makes of poppy seeds, nuts or cottage cheese will be surprised while turning the pages of the Hungarian Dessert Book. Tamás Bereznay’s popular book had two editions and won the Best Chef Book in Hungary 2016 of the Gourmand World Cookbook Award. ISBN: 978-615-5417-17-7 Year of publication: 2016 Cover: hardcover Number of Pages: 160 Size (mm): 190x245 Weight (g): 600 Language: english