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The South American Table: The Flavor and Soul of Authentic Home Cooking from Patagonia to Rio de Janeiro, With 450 Recipes (NYM Series) Hardcover – September 10, 2003
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Top Customer Reviews
The "Torta Pascualina de Verduras" or Vegetable Pie worked out great since I was able to make it the day before. Everyone loved its taste, texture, and richness in color. It was the perfect dish for our vegetarian neighbors!
The "Papas Chorreadas" or Potatoes with Tomatoe and Cheese Sauce are absolutely delicious. This was my husband's favorite dish that evening.
"The Pechugas de Pollo al Cilantro" or Chicken Breasts with Cilantro Sauce were excellent and very easy to prepare.
I like this book so much that I have ordered 5 of them to give to my closest friends as Chistmas presents.
Grouping of recipes follow into normal categories of appetizers, soups, salads, main dishes, etc.
Especially fond of Quinoa Soup with Pork, made with delicious peanut puree with milk finish. Also, the Uruguayan Beef Stew with Vegetables and Fruit is tasty offering which utilizes fruit in this savory dish.
Excellent section on Basics and Essential Methods as well as Source recommendations and a unique "Dictionary of South American Ingredients" which provides chart of english, spanish/portuguese and scientific names.
Definetly a must for the food lover that likes to cook every day something nutritious and diferent.
So far the best recipe book ever made for the Hispanic Market
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This has a really comprehensive introduction which explains Latin American regional differences in cooking based on the locally available resources and on the merging of... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mark Deininger
This book is not bad, but some of the recipes in it certainly leave a lot to be desired. I'd give it four stars if I hadn't literally had to throw food into the trash after making... Read morePublished on July 17, 2014 by Miguel