COOKBOOK OF THE YEAR 2016, Spectator`The definitive book about the food of Spain' Rose PrinceBrindisa, the renowned Spanish fine food import company, has become a byword for excellent Spanish food.
Brindisa: The True Food of Spain is the ultimate in contemporary Spanish cooking, including classic regional recipes, tapas dishes and information about the very best ingredients and food producers.Monika Linton founded Brindisa in 1988.
After the arrival of the ground-breaking shop in Borough Market, the first Brindisa tapas restaurant opened in Borough Market in 2004, and Brindisa has since grown to include five London restaurants and another in Barcelona.
Ranging from the most unusual artisan dishes to the classics of Spanish cooking, this recipe collection draws on Brindisa's specialist knowledge to introduce you to delights such as jamon iberico de bellota, chorizo, cured ham and fish, fumet (rich Catalan fish stock), farmhouse cheeses, prepared pulses, olive oils and vinegars, sweet treats and storecupboard basics that are essential for Spanish and Mediterranean cooking.Covering the unique way good food is integral to everyday Spanish life, ranging from traditional breakfasts to substantial lunches, small plates of Spanish food and very simple suppers for during the week, to big family get-togethers at the weekend, this is not just a book about recipes, but a true celebration of Spain, its food, people, countryside and producers.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 544 pages, (250 colour photographs), Index
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
- Publication Date: 01/10/2012
- Category: National & regional cuisine
- ISBN: 9780007307180
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