The Cooking of Spain
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The Cooking of Spain by Elisabeth Luard

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Published by First Glance Books .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Regional & Ethnic - Spanish,
  • Cooking / Wine

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8303502M
ISBN 100859418561
ISBN 109780859418560
OCLC/WorldCa221467712

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This book is an ode to the cooking of Spain, adapted beautifully for the American home cook. James Beard award-winning chef and world-class humanitarian Jose Andres presents recipes for many of his favorite Spanish dishes. The writing is intriguing: every chapter has an inviting introduction accompanied by a colorful vignette about a /5(73). The Cooking of Spain and Portugal by Peter S. Feibleman. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “The Cooking of Spain and Portugal (Time-Life Foods of the World)” as Want to Read: Want to Read. saving/5.   Enter the 'Culinaria' series and 'Culinaria Spain: Cuisine, Country, Culture.' The 'relaunch' version of this book provides some large pages of text, color photos of food, food producers and countryside and a large number of classic recipes for iconic dishes from each of the major regions of Spain/5(72). The new recipes Casas includes reflect the influence of the innovative cooking in Spain today—dishes seasoned with soy sauce or balsamic vinegar; ingredients wrapped in flaky phyllo pastry; accents of goat cheese and arugula; foie gras in elegant presentations/5(56).

A guide to both traditional & modern recipes, this book gives you an insight into Spanish cuisine & the abundance of fresh produce & local ingredients used to create these delicious dishes. The food & photographic team traveled extensively throughout Spain to capture superb images of each region's produce, cuisine, landmarks, & lifestyle/5(15). ‘ Charcutería: The Soul of Spain ‘ is a unique cookbook which focuses on authentic Spanish pork butchering and meat-curing techniques. In this book Jeffrey Weiss, a professional chef, shares his experiences learning about the cuisines of Spain and the native folks who helped him along the : Marcelina Morfin. Beautifully designed, the page book includes over color photographs. The Food of Spain:  Written by James Beard award-winning author Claudia Roden, an authority on Mediterranean and North African cooking, The Food of Spain is one of the best, and most comprehensive, cookbooks about Spanish cuisine published in recent years. Spanish cooking can initially be described as a cuisine relying strongly on olive oil and garlic. It is Mediterranean cooking and easily identified by the presence of these two elements in the recipes and flavours. These basic and unmistakable ingredients which Spain shares with other Mediterranean countries are found in a wide variety of dishes.

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