Description - Tasting Chile by Daniel Joelson
Now available in a paperback edition, this is a comprehensive guide to the culinary treasures of this South American nation. Over 2,500 miles of coastline yield a diverse selection of fish preparations. Fertile valleys produce a wide range of fruits and vegetables and have spawned a booming wine industry. This book includes simple, everyday recipes, such as roast chicken and beef stew, as well as more complex and exotic fare, including blood sausage, fried frogs legs, and rhubarb mousse. This cookbook includes more than 140 easy-to-follow recipes; a detailed introduction to Chilean cuisine and culture, including essential ingredients; a chapter on Chilean wines; and a Spanish-English glossary of Chilean fish and shellfish.
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(231mm x 152mm x mm)
Hippocrene Books Inc.,U.S.
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Author Biography - Daniel Joelson
Daniel Joelson spent five years living in Chile, unearthing its stories and hidden secrets. These discoveries have appeared in publications ranging from The San Francisco Chronicle to Latin Trade. Joelson is also author of Chilenismos Dictionary & Phrasebook (Hippocrene Books, 2005). He resides in Arlington, Virginia.