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The Chilean Kitchen: 75 Seasonal Recipes for Stews, Breads, Salads, Cocktails, Desserts, and More by [Pilar Hernandez, Eileen Smith, Araceli Paz]

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Editorial Reviews

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“This comfortable and authentic introduction to the cuisine of central Chile is authored by Chilean native Hernandez, now based in Houston, and Smith, an American expat in Santiago . . . Hernandez and Smith plunge readers into four seasonal chapters, with rewarding results.”
Booklist starred review

“I’m inspired to explore Chilean food—and culture—because of this book. Pilar Hernandez describes a country where language, food, and culture are interwoven with a strong emphasis on food grown in the region. Through this book, I was introduced to ingredients I’ve never cooked with and dishes I want to eat. There’s a strong sense of place—a true celebration of a country, a region, a culture.”
—James Beard Award-winning Chef Chris Shepherd, chef/owner, Underbelly Hospitality

“I couldn’t be more excited about this cookbook! I wasn’t very familiar with Chilean cuisine, but now want to try everything in this book!”
—Gina Homolka, New York Times bestselling author and Skinnytaste founder

“As global curiosity about Chile’s culinary history continues to grow, The Chilean Kitchen introduces home cooks to the beauty and bounty of the country’s most treasured recipes. Like a fulfilling sobremesa, this book celebrates the intersection of Chilean food and culture, offering both delicious bites and the rich contextual heritage that surrounds them.”
—Marie Elena Martinez, Cofounder of New Worlder

"The Chilean Kitchen is a ground-breaking cookbook detaching the immense continent of South America and giving light to Chile’s own, authentic cooking under the sun! Authors Pilar Hernandez and Eileen Smith created a beautiful travelogue, a thorough guide to regional Chilean dishes and ingredients and a great kitchen companion. I can’t wait to dig into these recipes and bring a piece of this beautiful country into my kitchen!"
—Leticia Moreinos Schwartz, Gourmand Award-winning author of The Brazilian KitchenMy Rio de Janeiro, and Latin Superfoods

“Food is culture and culture shapes our identity both as a nation as well as a person. What The Chilean Kitchen does is taking the first step towards the recognition of Chile as a culinary benchmark.”
—Oscar Barrera Marengo, MD, chef/owner of RAM

"Another cuisine you don't see represented in cookbooks very often: Chilean food. Pilar Hernandez writes the blog En Mi Cocina Hoy; this is her second cookbook and her first in English. The book is arranged by season and 'tweaked ever-so-slightly to fit neatly into the US market,' with recipes for dishes like empanadas, grilled meats and seafood and dulce de leche thousand layer cake." 
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Praise for Pilar Hernandez's previous work

“She is part of a generation of women who cook with the cell phone in their hand, and that same spirit was translated into this book of homemade recipes, easy to prepare, quick and with ingredients found in the supermarket.” —Review Wikén, El Mercurio

“Easy to read and follow, it's full of little secrets to make special even the simplest recipes, and, speaking as a mom, the children have a very important place here.” —Begoña Uranga, Saturday Magazine

 “A tempting book from its first pages with recipes suitable for all types of cooks, browsing its pages opens your appetite in just seconds thanks to the excellent photographs taken by the outstanding photographer and gastronomic stylist Araceli Paz." —Camila Manríquez, Nirvino.cl
 

About the Author

Pilar Hernandez was born into a traditional family in central Chile. She was raised by confident home cooks in a matriarchal household chock-full of traditional Chilean food. In 2008, Pilar began to share her zeal for Chilean cuisine on her (now) award-winning recipe blog En Mi Cocina Hoy. She has twice been recognized as one of the 100 Top Latina Bloggers. She is the author of Del Blog A La Mesa, which was awarded Gourmand Best Blogger Cookbook in Chile. In addition to all of her community involvement and ongoing recipe development, she feeds her husband and two American children a steady diet of Chilean food at their home in Houston, Texas.

Eileen Smith is a bilingual travel and food writer and photographer originally from New York who moved to Santiago, Chile, in 2004. Of all of the charms of Chilean life, she most especially loves how Chileans tend to use their hands to describe how to make different dishes, miming cutting, mixing, or kneading as they explain recipes. Eileen writes mainly about food, travel, and Chile, and has written extensively for NPR’s The Salt, Fodor’s, Lonely Planet, Tales of the Cocktail, Latin Kitchen, Paste, Dwell, Ensemble, New Worlder, and many others. She has essays in books by Oxford University Press and HarperCollins. She currently works with Upscape Travel interviewing chefs and winemakers, writing itineraries, and helping to storyboard and produce travel videos. --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.

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  • File Size : 81472 KB
  • Language: : English
  • Word Wise : Not Enabled
  • Print Length : 298 pages
  • ASIN : B084MNCQM5
  • Publication Date : October 6, 2020
  • Publisher : Skyhorse (October 6, 2020)
  • Text-to-Speech : Not enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
  • Screen Reader : Supported
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