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Fonville Winans achieved fame with his crisp black-and- white photographs of midcentury Louisiana life, capturing indelible images of Depression-era Cajuns on Grand Isle, brides and socialites around Baton Rouge, and an array of (sometimes notorious) politicians and public figures. But many locals also knew the renowned photographer as a passionate cook who spent decades experimenting in the kitchen and perfecting dishes that ranged from Louisiana creole classics to popular foods and international cuisines, along with a healthy dose of cocktails for entertaining. The Fonville Winans Cookbook features over 100 recipes created by the world-famous photographer, often accompanied by his notes on his cooking trials as well as his comments on successful dishes. After Fonville's death in 1992, his daughter-in-law Melinda discovered journals full of original recipes, many extensively annotated over the years with his remarks on how to prepare dishes that would live up to his demanding standards. This bon vivant's love of spicy, roux-based dishes is evident in a dizzying array of recipes for Cajun gumbos, bisques, rice dishes, and other Louisiana staples. The state's celebrated seafood features in the recipes as well, with crabs and crawfish as central ingredients of many dishes, including his iconic Pintail Crab Stew, named for the boat in which he explored the coasts of Grand Isle in the 1930s. Fonville also investigated food trends popular in the 1950s and 1960s, developing his own recipes for unusual dishes such as Jook, AzafrA!n Rice, and Coquina Stew. His appreciation for Mexican food resulted in recipes for margaritas, mole, and, of course, hot tamales, which he made by hand. Along with a biography of Fonville culled from the memories of family members and friends, The Fonville Winans Cookbook presents dozens of his photographs, including many images never before published. It offers a new perspective on a man celebrated for capturing the spirit of Louisiana, pairing beautiful photography with easy-to-prepare, satisfying recipes steeped in the state's culture and cuisine.
A funky, proudly Afrikaans cookbook, [in english] combining accounts of farm life, doilies, koeksisters and other Afrikaans icons. Anna Carolina draws on the myriad influences in South African urban culture to present something uniquely contemporary, celebrating a rich heritage.
The original TV chef takes his own personal and practical look at preparing and cooking Thai food and takes you on a gastronomic tour of the country and food Keith Floyd has been visiting Thailand for over 20 years - this book is a product of all the adventures that he has had, people he has met and recipes he has learnt. In Thai cuisine you will find the influences of Laos, Cambodia, Burma, Malaysia and, of course, China, plus the effect of the introduction of the chili in the 16th Century. Thai food reflects these wide influences to produce one of the most popular cuisines in the UK. From basic ingredients and utensils, through pastes, sauces and dips, rices, noodles, Thai salads and soups, fish, meat and deserts, Keith Floyd introduces you to the basics of Thai cooking in his own inimitable casual style and gets to the heart of Thai food - tasty food that is quick and easy to prepare and perfect to share with friends and families.
Experience the true taste of Morocco with these delicious aromatic vegetarian and vegan casseroles. Named after the earthenware pot in which they are traditionally prepared, tagines are fragrantly spiced and comforting, easy to make and sure to satisfy at every occasion. And prepared without meat (and often without dairy, too) they are not only economical, but also one of the best ways to enjoy seasonal produce. In this collection of authentic Moroccan recipes, you will find some of the best-loved tagines, from Lighter Tagines, such as Roasted Cherry Tomato Tagine with Feta and Preserved Lemon or Roasted Pear, Fig and Walnut Tagine with Fennel, to Hearty Tagines including Roasted Sweet Potato Tagine with Ginger, Cinnamon and Honey or Spicy Carrot Tagine with Chickpeas, Turmeric and Coriander. Along with the tagines, you will find recipes for its traditional accompaniment, couscous, prepared in a variety of exciting ways, as well as recipes for appetizers and other dishes to serve alongside. Create your own aromatic feast, worthy of any Moroccan kitchen.
Great American comfort food from the cast iron cooking masters! No one knows American cooking better than Lodge. For over a century, home cooks have used Lodge Cast Iron Cookware to make everything from cornbread and chili to fried chicken and apple pie. Whether you've cooked with Lodge pots and pans for years or have only just discovered these time- tested pieces, here you'll find the essential collection of cast iron recipes from Lodge and the chefs, food writers, and others who swear by them.
'Next to my mother, there is no one who has influenced me more' - Nigella Lawson
'A leading light of Italian cuisine' - The Sunday Times Magazine
'The Godmother of Italian food' - Daily Mail Weekend
'For me, Anna's cooking really illustrates the essence of Italian food' - Angela Hartnett
'Anna's recipes and Anna's writing will endure because they are timeless' - Tom Parker Bowles
'BEYOND DOUBT, THE BEST WRITER ON ITALIAN FOOD' - NIGELLA LAWSON
A brand new collection of recipes from award-winning food writer Anna Del Conte
Vegetables all Italiana showcases the most delicious ways to cook fresh seasonal produce with all the reverence that it deserves. Featuring both classic and modern dishes, Anna presents the best-loved recipes for verdure collected throughout her career.
Ranging from gratins and fritters, to salads, soups and sauces and with over 130 recipes, this book highlights the enormous variety of dishes that can be made using different Italian vegetables.
From aglio to zucchina, it is a true celebration of food that praises the flavour and texture of each individual root, squash, bulb and pulse, and will teach any cook how to enjoy them throughout the year.
Easy. Everyday. Simple. Sabrina Ghayour's new collection of unmissable dishes in her signature style, influenced by her love of fabulous flavors, is full of delicious food that can be enjoyed with a minimum of fuss. With sections ranging from Effortless Eating to Traditions With a Twist, Simply provides over 100 bold and exciting recipes that can be enjoyed every day of the week. Recipes include: Baked sweet potato & za'atar chips Pomegranate molasses & honey glazed meatballs Kabab koobideh Marinated steak with labneh, pul biber butter & onions Chilled pistachio & cucumber soup Chorizo, goats' cheese & cumin borek Goats' cheese, vegetable & za'atar filo tart Albaloo polow (lamb & sour cherry rice) Harissa chicken noodle lettuce cups Tahini, almond & orange brownies Saffron & sesame shortbreads Turmeric, orange & coconut rice pudding
The Curry Guy Bible brings together 200 of Dan Toombs' classic dishes, developed over more than two decades of eating his way around Indian restaurants, takeaways and food stalls. Fans of The Curry Guy love his recipes - because they *really* work, tasting just like your curryhouse favourites. For the first time Dan offers 150 of his most popular recipes in one place, everything from Chicken Tikka Masala to Lamb Rogan Josh, Saag Paneer to Vegetable Samosas, Tandoori King Prawns to Shawarma Kebabs. Plus there are 50 brand-new, mouthwatering recipes that you won't find anywhere else. Here are all the starters, sides, curries, grills, breads, chutneys and rice dishes you will ever need, including some exciting new veggie options. With a guide to essential ingredients and simple cooking tips throughout, The Curry Guy Bible is the only curry cookbook you will ever need.
It's been said Gulf Coast oysters have the cleanest taste of any oyster: "...it tastes of the sea and not much else, and for that reason they should be the oysters against which all others should be measured." Gulf Coast Oysters: Classic & Modern Recipes for a Southern Renaissance is the latest cookbook from acclaimed and award-winning chef, Irv Miller. Beautifully photographed and replete with mouth-watering recipes, Gulf Coast Oysters is a joyful and thorough exploration of Gulf oyster culture that honors the many oyster classics of the Gulf foodways while also putting a fresh, modern spin on preparing "panhandle pearls." Going beyond its delicious recipes and stunning photos, Gulf Coast Oysters also focuses on preserving the Gulf's cross-cultural, Southern traditions and a goal of creating new interest in seafood-sustainable products. Miller's years of hands-on experience of modernizing the way the Florida Panhandle thinks about food, as well as his support of sustainable food-producing practices, has provided him the unique and credentialed perspective for telling the story of the ever-changing food scene along the Gulf Coast. Whether you're a native of the Gulf Coast, a passionate epicurean, or simply part of the growing population of oyster fans that's booming from coast-to-coast, Gulf Coast Oysters: Classic & Modern Recipes for a Southern Renaissance is an bountiful book of diverse Gulf oyster recipes, striking photography, and an engaging look at the culture surrounding the ancient mollusk's place on Gulf coast.
Hot on the heels of Veggiestan, Sally Butcher brings us Snackistan: a fictitious land where tummies are always full, and there's a slightly naughty smile on every face. Snackistan does not, of course, exist, any more than Veggiestan does. It is, rather, a borderless confederation of the Middle East's favourite foodstuffs. The simple fare that people actually eat on a daily basis: dishes they prepare at home, or cook to share with friends, or look forward to indulging in at the end of the week. We all like to snack - increasingly, formal dining is being nudged aside in favour of meze-style spreads. And, at the same time, street food has come of age. In malls and farmers markets across the world, food on the hoof has become a stylish and popular way to feed. This book picks out the Middle East's most exciting street foods and meze dishes, together with a range of homely and simple snack recipes elicited from family and friends. Chapters comprise Nuts and Nibbles, Fishy Things, Meat on Sticks, Meat Not on Sticks, Salady Stuff, Hot Veggie Dishes, Mostly Carbs, Puds, & Something to Wash it Down With. The burst of flavours is intoxicating, as is Sally's trademark wit and attention to detail - a must-buy for all Middle Eastern food enthusiasts.
Selling over 60,000 copies in hardback, this book to accompany the Channel 5 series has proven to be a fantastic hit with Floyd and curry fans alike. A sumptuous read, the book features witty anecdotes and fascinating historical insights, as well as a whole sub-continent of delicious recipes! New paperback version of Floyd's best-selling culinary guide to India. Home of rich, aromatic spices, countless regional dishes and a cuisine both envied and emulated around the world, India is a truly remarkable continent. In his latest culinary adventure, Keith Floyd journeys across this varied landscape, meeting the local people, investigating the busy market places and cooking many of the local specialties. From the green hill stations in the north of the country, through the bustling markets of Delhi, Calcutta and Madras, to the lush rice fields of the south, Floyd's adventure never stops. Whether he's taking tiffin with sari-clad memsahibs or cooling off in the sparkling Indian Ocean, haggling his way through a busy marketplace, or taking a ride on an elephant, Floyd captures the very essence of this great continent. Cooking in his own inimitable style, and using local produce such as spices, dals, ghees, lotus seeds and paneer, Floyd presents a delicious array of dishes to tempt all food enthusiasts. From passandras to kormas, and chutneys to lassis, this book covers all the regions, together with their specialties and their delicacies. Much more than this, though, Floyd also captures the true experience of India - its sights, its smells, and its wonderful cuisine.
Memere's Country Creole Cookbook showcases regional dishes and cooking styles associated with the ""German Coast,"" a part of southeastern Louisiana located along the Mississippi River north of New Orleans. This rural community, originally settled by German and French immigrants, produced a vibrant cuisine comprised of classic New Orleans Creole dishes that also feature rustic Cajun flavors and ingredients. A native and longtime resident of the German Coast, Nancy Tregre Wilson focuses on foods she learned to cook in the kitchens of her great-grandmother (Memere), her Cajun French grandmother (Mam Papaul), and her own mother. Each instilled in Wilson a passion for the flavors and traditions that define this distinct Cajun Creole cuisine. Sharing family recipes as well as those collected from neighbors and friends, Wilson adds personal anecdotes and cooking tips to ensure others can enjoy the specialty dishes of this region. The book features over two hundred recipes, including dishes like crab-stuffed shrimp, paneed meat with white gravy, red bean gumbo, and mirliton salad, as well as some of the area's staple dishes, such as butterbeans with shrimp, galettes (flattened, fried bread squares), tea cakes, and ""l'il coconut pies."" Wilson also offers details of traditional rituals like her family's annual November boucherie and the process for preparing foods common in early-twentieth-century Louisiana but rarely served today, such as pig tails and blood boudin. Pairing historic recipes with Wilson's memories of life on the German Coast, Memere's Country Creole Cookbook documents the culture and cuisine of an often-overlooked part of the South.
Miso is fast becoming a vital ingredient for the health-conscious foodie. The fermented soybean paste, which originates from Japan, is prized for its rich, complex umami flavour alongside its health-giving properties. Despite being used by the Japanese for hundreds of years, miso has been experiencing a new found popularity as top chefs, cooks and food writers champion miso as an essential yet exciting everyday ingredient. In Miso Tasty: The Cookbook Bonnie Chung, founder of the UK's only dedicated miso brand and a self-taught miso expert, explores the great versatility of this exciting paste, and demonstrates the depth that it can bring to everyday cooking. Her book shares 60 recipes on how to enjoy this ingredient in both Japanese and non-Japanese dishes. The recipes are a mix of well-loved classics and new discoveries: swirl it into a hot stock for miso soup, mix it with a drop of olive oil and a spoon of mustard for a deeply satisfying salad dressing, or baste it on to steaks for a quick but deeply flavoured barbecue marinade. The book will also include simple cooking tips on how to make the most of miso, an in-depth exploration of the many different types of miso and even how to make your own miso at home. Miso is full of possibilities - as diets become more focused on being wholesome and nutritious, this ancient soybean paste is fast becoming a vital ingredient in every cook's kitchen.
‘n Anderste, trots Suid-Afrikaanse Afrikaner kookboek waarin vertellinge van plaaslewe, doilies, koeksisters en ander Afrikaanse ikone saamgevleg word. Anna Carolina put uit die tallose invloede van die Suid- Afrikaanse platteland om iets unieks en eietyds, ‘n viering van ‘n ryk nalatenskap, aan te bied.
With a tribute to Southern Turkish Cuisine. Foreword by Ghillie Basan. 2020 GOURMAND World Cookbook Awards WINNER, BEST IN THE WORLD, Heritage: Turkey. 2020 Foreword INDIES Awards (USA, International) WINNER, HONORABLE Mention for Cooking. "My very warm welcome to you - Hosgeldiniz". This book is Ozlem's tribute to the wonderfully diverse cuisine of Turkey and a celebration of her Southern Turkish roots with local recipes from her home town, Antioch, Antakya. She hopes these recipes will take you on a Turkish journey - to learn, taste and enjoy the delicious foods of her homeland and most importantly to feel the warmth and sharing spirit of Turkish culture. Turkish cuisine is based on seasonal fresh produce. It is healthy, delicious, affordable and easy to make. She shows you how to recreate these wonderful recipes in your own home, wherever you are in the world. Her dishes are flavoured naturally with: olive oil, lemon juice, nuts, spices, as well as condiments like pomegranate molasses and nar eksisi. Turkish cuisine also offers plenty of options for vegetarian, gluten-free and vegan diets. Living abroad, it can be difficult to access speciality ingredients, so she also offers substitutes and/or alternatives wherever she can. She hopes her recipes inspire you to recreate them in your own kitchen and that they can bring you fond memories of your time in Turkey or any special moments shared with loved ones. Her roots - Ancient Antioch, Antakya. Her family's roots date back to ancient Antioch, Antakya, located in the southern part of Turkey, near the Syrian border. This book is a special tribute to Antakya and southern Turkish cuisine, as her cooking has been inspired by this special land. Her parents, Orhan and Gulcin, were both born in Antakya and she spent many happy childhood holidays in this ancient city, playing in the courtyard of her grandmother's 450 year old stone home, under the fig and walnut trees. Her dad's father, Ahmet, was a soap maker (her father's surname "Sabuncu", means "soap maker") making the city's landmark olive oil soaps. Her mother's father, Suphi, was a food merchant, trading fresh and dried produce within the city as well as with Syria. She grew up with the abundance of fresh produce as her grandpa would share cases of figs, aubergines and tomatoes with family and friends at the family home in Antioch. Love of good food and sharing has been instilled in her since childhood and she grew up with the generosity of her parents and extended family. Her mother and grandma would cook lunch and dinner every day and everyone would be welcomed to their table. Her grandma would leave an extra plate or two on the table as someone would always turn up at mealtimes and they would be warmly welcomed to the dining table. They would all sit around her courtyard dinner table under the fig tree and have a feast of senses with arrays of wonderful mezzes (small plates of appetizers), an abundance of fresh fruit and vegetables cooked in olive oil (Zeytinyaglilar), succulent kebabs and many more. The Turkish saying "Basimin ustunde yerin var" ("I would place you at the top of my head") sums up the Turkish hospitality perfectly. For Turks guests are the most important people. Turks place their guests at the top of the table and they are always delighted to share whatever food they have. A typical Turkish table. Preparing dishes is a personal choice and it is perfectly fine to tweak a recipe to reflect your taste as well as making use of what you have in your cupboard. When tackling a new recipe, say stuffed vegetables, it always starts with a phone call to Ozlem's mother. Her mum talks about how she makes it, and Ozlem tells her about the ingredients she can get (for instance instead of pointy red peppers, it could be bell peppers), and things she may be able to substitute with others. They remember how they would all gather at preparing the filling for dolma, her dad collecting vegetables from the market and settling into removing seeds from peppers, her mum preparing the filling and whoever is around the house setting the table and helping to stuff the vegetables. She is mindful and very grateful to have grown up with such a love of food, caring for one another and helping one another. Turks love to have family and friends around and there's always an abundance of food at the table. A typical Turkish meal usually starts with soup, a very important part of Turkish cuisine. And there is always some hot and cold mezzes on the table; it could be filo pastry rolls with cheese and parsley, Sigara Boregi, or perhaps spinach and feta pie with filo pastry, Ispanakli Borek. Depending on the season and the region, on the table there may be pureed eggplants (aubergines) with lemon and olive oil sauce, Patlican Salata or red pepper paste and walnuts dip, Cevizli Biber. Then there is often a meat based course; it can be a hearty stew or casserole with meat, chicken or in season fish and seasonal vegetables or salad. Turks love their dessert; from baklava to stuffed apricots with walnuts, there's always time for dessert. And they finish off with a wonderful Turkish coffee or Turkish tea, cay, savoring every sip in the company of friends and family. Today in Turkey, food and mealtimes are still the hub of everyday life. Time is always taken to share meals with family members or friends, to relax and enjoy conversations. Participants wish each other "Afiyet Olsun", literally meaning "May you be healthy and happy with this food you eat". This is followed by a tribute to the creator of the meal, "Elinize Saglik", meaning "Health to your hands". Guests are always received with the most cordial hospitality and it is believed that no one should ever leave a Turkish table without feeling satisfied and happy. Antakya's Cuisine. Antakya's cuisine has an incredible richness of fresh herbs, spices, grains like bulgur and freekeh, natural condiments like olive oil and pomegranate molasses. It's a cuisine packed with flavour and ancient traditions, from where her cooking has been inspired. Antakya's (ancient Antioch's) cuisine is influenced by Ottoman, Arabic and French cuisines (Antakya was under French rule for a short period after the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, before it became part of the Republic of Turkey). Antakya also hosts many diverse communities, including the Vakifli Armenian village and various religious groups. Jews, Christians, Muslims live in harmony, under one roof. She loves that you can hear the church bell alongside the muezzin call tor prayer at the mosque's minarets for Muslims. Her food merchant uncle in Antakya would celebrate Christmas and Hannukah with his Christian and Jewish friends, as well as breaking his fast with the Muslim community during Ramadan. She hopes this book will provide you with a good, inviting introduction to Turkish cuisine. These are some of her own favorite Turkish recipes - lovingly made and passed down from her grandmother to her parents and now to her own family's table. She truly hopes they will inspire you to create, cook, experiment and most of all enjoy the magnificent cuisine of Turkey.
Over 150 simple family recipes from the best-selling chef and judge on BBC's The Big Family Cooking Showdown. From Tuscan tomato and bread soup to monkfish stew, simple spaghettis or lemon and pistachio polenta cake, Made at Home is a colourful collection of the food that Giorgio Locatelli loves to prepare for family and friends. With recipes that reflect the places he calls home, from Northern Italy to North London or the holiday house he and his wife Plaxy have found in Puglia, Made at Home is a celebration of favourite vegetables combined in vibrant salads or fresh seasonal stews, along with generous fish and meat dishes and cakes to share. Early every evening, Giorgio's `other family', the chefs and front of house staff at his restaurant, Locanda Locatelli, sit down together to eat, and Giorgio reveals the recipes for their best-loved meals, the Tuesday Pizza and the Saturday `Italian' Burger. In a series of features he also takes favourite ingredients or themes and develops them in four different ways, amid ideas for wholesome snacks, from mozzarella and ham calzoncini (pasties) to ricotta and swiss chard erbazzone (a traditional pie), crostini to put out with drinks, and fresh fruit ice creams and sorbets to round off a meal in true Italian style.
Elke hoofstuk is steeds gestruktureer rondom een van die vele feeste wat die Kaapse Maleiers gereeld vier, met resepte van die spesiale disse wat vir spesiale geleenthede berei word. 'Nerens op aarde is daar nog 'n gemeenskap wat so graag fees vier as die Kaapse Maleiers nie; nerens op ons planeet 'n groep mense so toegewyd in hul danksegging aan die Almagtige vir die seeninge van die tafel nie ...' skryf dr MC D'arcy in die voorwoord van hierdie titel. Kaap-Maleise kos is lank reeds gewild onder Suid-Afrikaners in alle kringe. Hierdie titel bevat resepte vir die ou gunstelinge, sowel as minder bekende, maar ewe smullekker disse wat tradisioneel op die tafels van die Kaapse Maleiers te vinde is. Cass Abrahams Kook Kaap-Maleis spog met heelwat nuwe resepte, onder andere tradisionele disse van ander groepe in ons multi-kulturele gemeenskap, wat stelselmatig deel geword het van die Kaap-Maleise kostradisie. Daar is uitgebreide opdienwenke buite die Kaap-Maleise kulturele konteks, en die asemrowende nuwe kosfoto's fokus op individuele borde kos, onweerstaanbaar aantreklike voorgesit, liewer as die oorvloed van die tradisionele Kaap-Maleise tafel wat so kenmerkend aan hulle feesviering is. Met hierdie nuwe benadering hoop Cass om die smullekker geregte waarvan die resepte al meer as 300 jaar van geslag tot geslag oorgedra word, van die gesinstafel tot in die beste restaurante te neem sodat almal wat ons pragtige land besoek die unieke geure en smake van Suid-Afrika se eeue-oue kostradisies kan geniet.
The perfect gift for any follower of Julia Child--and any lover of
French food. This boxed set brings together "Mastering the Art of
French Cooking, " first published in 1961, and its sequel,
"Mastering the Art of French Cooking, Volume Two, " published in
The world's last authentic overnight wooden steamboat, the Delta Queen cruised America's inland waters from 1927 through 2008, offering passengers breathtaking views, luxury accommodations, rousing entertainment, and southern-style feasts. For over eighty-two years, chefs in the small galley served memorable meals -- from fried chicken and crawfish en cro?te to strawberry shortcake and beignets. The Delta Queen Cookbook brings the Delta Queen's story to life with an engaging historical narrative and over 125 recipes prepared by the steamboat's former chefs during their tenures in the cookhouse. Nobles traces the story of the "Grand Old Lady" as she faced remarkable social, economic, and political challenges. The Delta Queen became a haven for illegal drinking during Prohibition, and she survived the effects of the Great Depression, World War II, and increasingly modern and sophisticated competition. Despite the obstacles, this flapper-era boat always found a seamless way to coddle passengers with cozy staterooms and delectable fare. Each chapter ends with authentic Delta Queen recipes -- including Citrus and Watercress Salad with Chili Dressing, Roast Duck and Wild Rice Soup, Speckled Trout Pecan, Eggs Crawkitty, Steamboat Pudding, and more -- proportioned and tested for home kitchens.
The Delta Queen Cookbook includes interviews with former crew, chefs, and passengers; over ninety historical and full-color photographs; and vintage and modern menus. History buffs, steamboat lovers, and home cooks alike will revel in the memories and tastes that make the Delta Queen one of America's best-loved national treasures.
In this splendid cookbook, bicultural cook Sandra Gutierrez blends ingredients, traditions, and culinary techniques, creatively marrying the diverse and delicious cuisines of more than twenty Latin American countries with the beloved food of the American South. The New Southern-Latino Table features 150 original and delightfully tasty recipes that combine the best of both culinary cultures. Gutierrez, who has taught thousands of people how to cook, highlights the surprising affinities between the foodways of the Latin and Southern regions--including a wide variety of ethnic roots in each tradition and many shared basic ingredients--while embracing their flavorful contrasts and fascinating histories. These lively dishes--including Jalapeno Deviled Eggs, Cocktail Chiles Rellenos with Latin Pimiento Cheese, Two-Corn Summer Salad, Latin Fried Chicken with Smoky Ketchup, Macaroni con Queso, and Chile Chocolate Brownies--promise to spark the imaginations and the meals of home cooks, seasoned or novice, and of food lovers everywhere. Along with delectable appetizers, salads, entrees, side dishes, and desserts, Gutierrez also provides a handy glossary, a section on how to navigate a Latin tienda, and a guide to ingredient sources. The New Southern-Latino Table brings to your home innovative, vibrant dishes that meld Latin American and Southern palates. |In this splendid cookbook, bicultural cook Sandra Gutierrez blends ingredients, traditions, and culinary techniques, creatively marrying the diverse and delicious cuisines of more than twenty Latin American countries with the beloved food of the American South. The book has beautiful illustrations plus it features 150 original, tasty recipes, a handy glossary, a section on how to navigate a Latin tienda, and a guide to ingredient sources.
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