Culinaria Spain

Culinaria Spain

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by Marion Trutter
     
 

This book in the Culinaria series awakens the desire to discover Spain with all the senses. In 488 pages and over 1200 illustrations, it depicts the way that landscape, climate and diversity of cultures have shaped the cuisine of this richly varied country—from Alboraya in the Levante of eastern Spain to the northern city of Zaragoza, and from the ever-present… See more details below

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This book in the Culinaria series awakens the desire to discover Spain with all the senses. In 488 pages and over 1200 illustrations, it depicts the way that landscape, climate and diversity of cultures have shaped the cuisine of this richly varied country—from Alboraya in the Levante of eastern Spain to the northern city of Zaragoza, and from the ever-present garlic sauce aioli to the zamburi�a mussel. Features and information, and ideas from the brilliant to the bizarre reveal an extensive panorama of cultural and culinary traditions. A total of 202 recipes from every region promises pleasure for the tastebuds to accompany the food for thought of an inspiring read. Last but not least, Culinaria Spain contains a survey of all the important wine-regions of the country

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780841603721
Publisher:
h. f. Ullmann
Publication date:
09/20/2008
Series:
Culinaria Series
Pages:
488
Product dimensions:
8.30(w) x 10.00(h) x 1.40(d)

Meet the Author

Marion Trutter studied communication, Spanish literature, and American studies in Munich, Germany. She works as freelance journalist, author, and editor.

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