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Mayan Cuisine: Recipes from the Yucatan Region Hardcover – March 10, 2008
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Top Customer Reviews
The directions are easy to understand, and he gives alternative ingredients for not commonly found ones. I'd recommend it to anyone looking for some rich and spicy dishes (chili heat can be adjusted for taste).
This is a beautiful book that, thanks to its wonderful full-colour photography, you might at first mistake for a travel guide. The reader is gradually brought to the realisation that they will, in fact, eventually be cooking, through a fairly comprehensive introduction and overview to key ingredients and cooking techniques that are prominently featured within the various recipes.
It was pleasing to note the author's emphasis that, whilst it is desirable to get authentic, in-season ingredients wherever possible, alternatives and practical substitutions will not necessarily spoil the recipe. A small thing that other authors could emulate as sometimes you can be driven batty trying to find a particular, hard-to-locate ingredient! Many of the mini tutorials about roasting, toasting and charring various ingredients could also serve as a good primer that will benefit many other recipes over time.
At the start much is made about the preparation of various recados, a means of seasoning, rubs and marinades in Mayan cuisine, and this reviewer is looking forward to using some of these in a fusion-esque form with other recipes as they appear just too good to reserve for purely Mayan cooking. Many different salsas, or sauces, are also featured and here the alert reader might suddenly take note and begin to see countless other uses for this book.Read more ›
Some of the ingredients are hard to find in the States so I plan on taking some recipes with me next time I go to Mexico
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was a journey in people and food to delight any afternoon. The recipes are easy to fallow. It was promptly shipped and excellent shape upon arrival.Published 4 months ago by Music is fun
We got married in Mexico therefore used this as our guest sign-in book. It's a gorgeous book full of great memories to honor our wedding day.Published 22 months ago by C. Tuel
Not enough pictures to present the dish described. I'm a bit dissapointed. I would have given 5 stars if all the recipe's have pictures.Published on February 17, 2013 by batboy
This is an excellent book, well researched and well written. A valuable contribution to the discovery of genuine Mexican cuisine. Was shipped promptly and well packaged. Thanks.Published on January 3, 2012 by Bernard Munos
Wife bought this book for me for Christmas, im all about everything Maya so even if it was bad id still love it. Alot of variety of different foods and drinks. Read morePublished on January 7, 2010 by Joshua L. Peterson