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Espana Cuisine By James Newton
eBook (PDF): $3.05
Espana Cuisine is a delightful Cookbook of Spain's Traditional Recipes. Soup, Salad, Paella, Meat, Seafood, Fish and Deserts.
Spanish-Mediterranean Cuisine: Catalonian Toast Bread By Alberto Antón & Ana Marta Pomares
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This is a popular recipe of the Spanish-Mediterranean Cuisine. Originally it comes from Catalonia, a region of the northeast of Spain. This is probably the most popular and typical plate from this... More > place. Catalonian Toast Bread, (pa amb tomaca), is a very simply way to get a genuine Mediterranean flavor, it is very easy, very fast & very cheap to make. Also this meal is very customizable as your wishes, but the most important is how healthy is to eat this meal as an appetizer or starter. Bread, olive oil and tomatoes are waiting for you... enjoy your meal!...< Less
Tapas Cuisine By James Newton
eBook (PDF): $3.01
This glorious cookbook explores great Spanish dishes that are 'Tapas' and the cultural significance of how these delicious snacks are a daily pleasure for those who are lucky enough to live in Spain... More > (or near to a Tapas Bar). Explore in this book the history of Tapas before sampling - Traditional Fish, Meat & Chicken and Vegetarian Dishes fit for a King. Spanish dishes were meant to be shared< Less
Cuban Cuisine By James Newton
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A cookbook that shares a wide variety of Cuban Cuisine recipes, from appetizers, traditional main meals to deserts and cakes. All the spice and flavours of the Caribbean brought together with Spanish... More > and African influences.< Less
Peruvian Cuisine By Philip Martin McCaulay
eBook (PDF): $15.00
Peruvian Cuisine is considered one of the most diverse in the world and is on par with French, Chinese and Indian cuisine. Thanks to its pre-Incas and Inca heritage and to Spanish, Basque, African,... More > Sino-Cantonese, Japanese and finally Italian, French and British immigration, Peruvian cuisine combines the flavors of four continents. This book on Peruvian Cuisine includes recipes for Adobo de Chancho , Aji de Gallina, Alfajores, Anticuchos, Arroz con Leche, Arroz con Mariscos, Arroz con Pollo, Arroz Tapado, Bistec a lo Pobre, Causa Rellena con Pollo, Ceviche, Chicha Morada, Chicharrón de Cerdo, Choros a la Chalaca (Mussels Peruvian Style), Chupe de Camarones, Crab Causa, Ensalada de Pallares (Lima Bean Salad), Estofado de Pollo (Chicken Stew), Lomo Saltado, Ocopa de Camarones, Papas a la Huancaína, Papa Rellena, Pescado a la Chorrillana, Pisco Sour, Pulpo al Olivo, Rocoto Relleno (Stuffed Hot Peppers), Seco de Cordero (Lamb Stew), Suspiro a la Limeña, Tacu-Tacu, Tiradito, and Tortillas de Camarones.< Less
Peruvian Cuisine By Philip Martin McCaulay
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Peruvian Cuisine is considered one of the most diverse in the world and is on par with French, Chinese and Indian cuisine. Thanks to its pre-Incas and Inca heritage and to Spanish, Basque, African,... More > Sino-Cantonese, Japanese and finally Italian, French and British immigration, Peruvian cuisine combines the flavors of four continents. This book on Peruvian Cuisine includes recipes for Adobo de Chancho , Aji de Gallina, Alfajores, Anticuchos, Arroz con Leche, Arroz con Mariscos, Arroz con Pollo, Arroz Tapado, Bistec a lo Pobre, Causa Rellena con Pollo, Ceviche, Chicha Morada, Chicharrón de Cerdo, Choros a la Chalaca (Mussels Peruvian Style), Chupe de Camarones, Crab Causa, Ensalada de Pallares (Lima Bean Salad), Estofado de Pollo (Chicken Stew), Lomo Saltado, Ocopa de Camarones, Papas a la Huancaína, Papa Rellena, Pescado a la Chorrillana, Pisco Sour, Pulpo al Olivo, Rocoto Relleno (Stuffed Hot Peppers), Seco de Cordero (Lamb Stew), Suspiro a la Limeña, Tacu-Tacu, Tiradito, and Tortillas de Camarones.< Less
Delicious Caribbean Cuisine By R. D. Dalen
eBook (ePub): $1.24
Food plays a central role in family life and traditions in the islands. Cooks spend days preparing menu offerings for holidays, festivals, and special family gatherings. The cuisine of the Caribbean... More > is a cultural patchwork quilt representing the bounty of the islands' lush tropical vegetation, combined with the one or more diverse groups of people that have lived there, including the original Carib and Arawak Indians, followed by the Spanish, British, French, and Dutch settlers, as well as Africans, who have had a profound influence on the food and cultural traditions of the islands. Later followed Indian and Chinese settlers, and travelers from the United States. As a result, Caribean cuisine is diverse and delicious-- no matter which variety or island specialty one tries. The best Pina Coladss in the world and great for outside parties! Try these recipes!!  < Less
La Cuisine Creole By Lafcadio Hearn
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La Cuisine Creole: A Collection of Culinary Recipes, From Leading Chefs and Noted Creole Housewives, Who Have Made New Orleans Famous for its Cuisine, published by Lafcadio Hearn. This is one of the... More > great classics of Creole cuisine. It was anonymously printed in 1885 but its authorship by the famed writer Lafcadio Hearn is generally accepted. Hearn tells us that Creole cookery partakes of the nature of its birthplace - New Orleans - blending the characteristics of the American, French, Spanish, Italian, West Indian and Mexican. Influences from Native Americans, African Americans, and others in the American melting pot. We find Gombo Filee and Okra Gombo, Bouille-abaisse, Grenouilles Frites, Pain Perdu, Sangaree, and a splendid collection of fish, seafood and game recipes. There are also instructions on The Service of Wine and a large number of recipes for drinks and cocktails, including Grand Brule, Gin Fiz, Jamaica Rum Punch, New Orleans Toddy, and four different versions of Pousse Cafe.< Less
Spanish Recipes for Two By Mr. M.
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Spanish cuisine is not Mexican or South American. It’s European and Mediterranean in nature taking full advantage of native citrus fruits, olives and their oil complimented with New-World... More > ingredients, like peppers and potatoes. Spanish cuisine has been influenced by Islamic North Africans who conquered most of the Iberian Peninsula for hundreds of years. Meatballs, kebabs and gazpacho were introduced by the Muslims. As if to spite the Muslims after they were forced back to Africa, the Spanish eat as much pork as they can, like pork with lemon sauce, olives & paprika, Madrid-style pork chops, and thinly sliced acorn-fed Iberian ham. Soups and stews are popular in Spain. I provide you the recipes for Galician stew, beef & tomato stew, Spanish pea soup, Catalan beef stew and, of course, gazpacho. Snacks in Spain are called “tapas,” and I present you with recipes for some of the most popular - potato croquettes, Spanish omelet, crispy shrimp fritters and pan-grilled shrimp, among others< Less
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