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In this groundbreaking cookbook, chef Aarón Sanchez explores the delicious food and exciting culture of the barrios�the vibrant Latin-American neighborhoods from Miami�s Little Havana and New York�s Spanish Harlem to San Francisco�s Mission, and the entire United States in between. These rich neighborhoods have spawned a new cuisine, melding tradition with experimIn this groundbreaking cookbook, chef Aarón Sanchez explores the delicious food and exciting culture of the barrios�the vibrant Latin-American neighborhoods from Miami�s Little Havana and New York�s Spanish Harlem to San Francisco�s Mission, and the entire United States in between. These rich neighborhoods have spawned a new cuisine, melding tradition with experimentation, and taking advantage of locally available ingredients and modern cooking methods. This book is a celebration of that cuisine: not the painstakingly authentic dishes of the homeland, or the hypercreative chef-y inventions of fusion cuisine, but the comforting, delicious food that�s enjoyed in home kitchens and mom-and-pop restaurants across the country, accessible to all cooks. Since a defining aspect of Latin-American culture is the variety in eating establishments�from casual street vendors to upscale sit-down restaurants, the meal is defined as much by the place as by the dish�La Comida del Barrio is organized by types of eatery:�Fondas, market stands, for soups such as Pozole Verde and Black Bean Soup�Paladares, home-kitchen restaurants, for hearty entrées like Chicken Fricassée and Carne Mechada (Shredded Beef)�Taquerías, street stands, for quick snacks that include tacos, tamales, gorditas, sopes, tortas, and other portable foods�Rotiserías, cafés, for roast meats such as Steak in Red Chile Sauce and Cuban Pot Roast�Comedores, restaurants, for sit-down meals with starters like Cactus Salad with Shrimp and main courses like Arroz con Pollo�El Mercado, the market, for sides such as Refried Black Beans, Roasted Corn with Chile-Lime Butter, and Stuffed Plantains�Panaderías, bakeries, for desserts that include Flan de Coco, Dulce de Leche, and Rice Pudding�Jugoerías, juice stands, for drinks like Batidos (tropical shakes) and Sangría...

Title : La Comida del Barrio: Latin-American Cooking in the U.S.A.
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ISBN : 9780609610756
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 240 Pages
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La Comida del Barrio: Latin-American Cooking in the U.S.A. Reviews

  • Susan Edmonson
    2019-03-03 06:44

    OMG! I want to name it all!