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Rustica: A Return to Spanish Home Cooking Hardcover – Abridged, August 17, 2011
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Richard Cornish is an Australia-based writer and producer.
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Top Customer Reviews
Simply put, I love everything about this book. The cover makes me swoon, and the artwork, layout and design, the feel of the paper, the stories, the recipe selections, the photographs, and the tone of the overall content gets my blood racing.
Do I know the authors? No, but I wish I did. Have I been to Spain? No, but I am ready.
Co-author Frank Camorra wrote the cookbook MoVida, which I also own. I like that book and the style is similar, but something about the design and the presentation is a little too blunt for me.
In Rustica:A Return to Spanish Home Cooking Frank's food is simple and the tone of the book is confident. Vignettes about culture, stories and information about ingredients and foodstuffs, and lush, dreamy photographs (kudos to photographer Alan Benson ) of Spanish life that roam time and place add to the appeal. The book captures the essence of food and place in a charming, warm way. And it comes neatly wrapped in a down-to-earth yet seductive volume that is hard to put down.
I like the idea behind the book, too. Frank journeyed through his native land and found more than 120 savory and sweet recipes from people in villages across Spain. He tailored these recipes which showcase the everyday foods that Spanish people eat. Not the fancy cutting edge foods that have become world-famous, but the dishes that are the foundations of Spanish food, the bedrock of traditions on which Spanish cooking is based.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this as a gift for my daughter who had it on her Christmas wish list. She lived in Spain for 3 years and is interested in Spanish cooking.Published on February 4, 2014 by Carol D Valenti