Describes the food products, cooking and eating customs, and festivals of Spain.
|Statement||text by Nancy Loewen ; recipes compiled by Judith A. Ahlstrom.|
|Series||International food library|
|Contributions||Ahlstrom, Judith A.|
|LC Classifications||TX723.5.S7 L64 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||90043595|
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. Containing hundreds of classic Spanish recipes, The Food of Spain is an excellent resource for fans of Spanish and . Penelope Casas is considered one of the experts in Spanish cuisine. She has published several Spanish cookbooks and has also written articles about food and travel for the New York Times, Conde Nast Traveler, and Food &Wine. Practical Guide to Preparing 1, Recipes from Spain has been considered the "Bible for Spanish Cooks" since it was originally published in in Spain. Recipes has been compared to The Joy of Cooking because it has simple, easy-to-follow recipes for the average home cook. Between famous Spanish foods like tapas, soups, seafood, and rice you’ll find it literally impossible to go hungry in Spain. Eating is a huge part of Spanish culture and the locals certainly know how to enjoy themselves when it comes to meal times. So, when you go to Spain, be sure to come hungry — just don’t expect to leave that : Marie Storm.
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`the food of spain & portugal' by Elisabeth Luard is subtitled `a regional celebration' which is actually more appropriate than calling it a `cookbook' or a `book of recipes'. This does not mean it contains no recipes/5(5). Discover the best Spanish Cooking, Food & Wine in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. Just randomnly read one of my first "food" related EPUBs and glad I did! I started off expecting some recipe cookbook, but turned out I learned a bit about the development of the Spanish cuisine: fascinating introduction to the food of Spain. 1/3 of the book is about the history and explanation on the traditional food per region, and 2/3 with recipes/5. Book and taste the best tapas and Spanish food like locals do.