Sugared Orange: Recipes and Stories from a Winter in Poland

Sugared Orange: Recipes and Stories from a Winter in Poland


By (author) Beata Zatorska, By (author) Simon Target

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  • Publisher: Tabula Books
  • Format: Hardback | 320 pages
  • Dimensions: 228mm x 262mm x 62mm | 1,540g
  • Publication date: 17 October 2013
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0956699227
  • ISBN 13: 9780956699220
  • Illustrations note: colour illustrations, frontispiece
  • Sales rank: 11,739

Product description

The seasonal focus of this stunning memoir cookbook brings to life the food, festivals, and traditions of the long, cold winters spent through a rural Polish childhood. From St. Nicholas' Day to the vigil of Christmas Eve and the mid-winter revelry of a Sylwester New Year's Eve Ball, the touching story picks up where its predecessor, the award-winning "Rose Petal Jam," leaves off. Featuring 47 new recipes, the lush design and lavish visuals provide inspiration and nostalgia along a winter journey that takes in the cities of Lublin, Warsaw, Krakow, and Lodz, as well as some of Europe's oldest forests and the frozen Mazury Lakes. Part armchair travel but mostly a sumptuous personal narrative enhanced by many well-known romantic paintings and poems, this glorious cookbook demonstrates a deep love for Poland on every page.

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Author information

Beata Zatorska was raised in a remote village in rural Poland and emigrated to Australia when she was 19. She is the author of "Rose Petal Jam" and has been a family doctor for more than 20 years. Simon Target has written and directed award-winning television documentaries and directed numerous television food shows with chefs such as Curtis Stone, Rick Stein, and Donna Hay. They both live in Sydney.

Review quote

""Zatorska's dual narrative--first as a native, with a child's perspective, then as a mature adult and somewhat outsider--makes for an almost dreamlike quality where memory and time collide and distort--at once evocative, enlightening and compelling." --""Food Tripper