The Brick Lane Cookbook

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9780957037397
 

With contributions from street food traders and restaurants including Gram Bangla, Beigel Bake, Blanchette, Chez Elles, St Sugar of London, Cafe 1001 and Moo Cantina, 'Brick Lane Cookbook' is a culinary map of the East End's tastiest street and a snapshot of London at its authentic, multi-cultural best.

Brick Lane is famous for many things: for being home to the biggest Bangladeshi community in the UK, for its curry houses and Bengali sweet shops, for its graffiti, its long-running market and its beigel shops.

Now, its also increasingly well known for its thriving art and fashion scene and the incredible street food available there. Dina Begum has been a regular visitor since she was a little girl eating lamb kofta rolls with her dad at the Sweet & Spicy cafe.
In her first book, she celebrates Brick Lane's diverse food cultures: from the homestyle Bangladeshi curries she grew up eating to her own luscious and indulgent cakes, from Chinese-style burgers to classic Buffalo wings, from smoothie bowls to raw coffee brownies.

With contributions from street food traders and restaurants including Gram Bangla, Beigel Bake, Blanchette, Chez Elles, St Sugar of London, Cafe 1001 and Moo Cantina, 'Brick Lane Cookbook' is a culinary map of the East End's tastiest street and a snapshot of London at its authentic, multi-cultural best.
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Weight 0.858000
Author Begum, Dina
Availability IP
Department Food and Drink
Format Hardback
ISBN 9780957037397
Pages 240
Published 22/03/2018
Publisher To Be Reviewed
Section Food and Drink
Size Unfolded 253x199mm
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