Tapas (Revised) book.
Tapas (Revised) book.
Penelope Casas, who introduced the classic little dishes of Spain to American cooks more than twenty years ag. has been added to your Cart.
The Little Dishes of Spain. About Tapas (Revised)
The Little Dishes of Spain. Category: Regional & Ethnic Cooking Cooking Methods. About Tapas (Revised).
NEW - Tapas (Revised): The Little Dishes of Spain by Casas, Penelope.
Items related to Tapas: The Little Dishes of Spain. They represent a style of eating and way of life," says Penelope Casas, whose Tapas: the Little Dishes of Spain presents more than 300 recipes for the mouth-watering morsels. Penelope Casas Tapas: The Little Dishes of Spain. ISBN 13: 9780394742359. Tapas: The Little Dishes of Spain. So very Spanish, yet adaptable to America," she says, "they cross the line into what we think of as first course or main course dishes.
Tapas are the little dishes of Spain, consumed with great relish at bars and taverns before lunch, and again before dinner. They have been a tradition in Spain for centuries and serve an important social function, accompanying a congenial drink and filling in the long hours between meals. Intended as a light snack or an appetite teaser, they come in hundreds of varieties, often characteristic of a particular region. Simple or elaborate, mild or spicy, a wide variety of textures and flavours is explored in the selection of more than 300 recipes presented in this book.
Author: Penelope Casas. More than 300 wonderful tapas recipes-the traditional Spanish appetizer dishes-are featured in this exciting cookbook lauding the little dishes of Spain
Author: Penelope Casas. More than 300 wonderful tapas recipes-the traditional Spanish appetizer dishes-are featured in this exciting cookbook lauding the little dishes of Spain. Carefully selected menus make the work easy and ensure a beautifully balanced array of delicious, unusual and colorful dishes. of full-color photos.
Tapas are the little dishes of Spain. A wide variety of textures and flavours is explored in this selection of more than 300 recipes.
Her 1985 cookbook, Tapas: The Little Dishes of Spain, was among the first to chronicle for American readers the Spanish culinary tradition of tapas bars, or tascas, where Spaniards graze between meals over appetizers like baby eel, grilled sausage and prawn fritters, sipping sherry. That book also became a classic, riding an early wave of enthusiasm for tapas in the United States.
Author: Penelope Casas
Category: Food and Wine
Subcategory: Regional & International
Publisher: Knopf; Revised ed. edition (February 20, 2007)
Pages: 272 pages
ePUB size: 1416 kb
FB2 size: 1987 kb
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