Flavors of Mexico: Fresh, Simple Twists on Classic Regional Dishes

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Lowell House, 1991 - Cooking - 311 pages
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Features new dishes created by the author from classic Mexican dishes as well as a culinary history and culture of Mexican food.

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Marlena Spieler has done a nice job in this book. Her different ways of looking at common Mexican dishes will have you looking for ways to change your favorite recipes.
Although I do not consider
this to be a Tex-Mex cookbook, you will see some familiar terms and ingredients.
I would have liked to have seen more technique descriptions but overall this is a well-written and thought-out book.
 

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Contents

SPECIAL INGREDIENTS AND COOKING TECHNIQUES 11
11
SALSAS RECADOS Y ADORNOS
23
APERITIVOS BOCADOS Y ANTOJITOS
49
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Marlena Spieler is a well-known cookbook author, food writer, and broadcaster. Her many cookbooks include "Peppers, Peppers, Peppers;" the best-selling "Classic Barbecue and Grill Cookbook;" and the award-winning "Feeding Friends." In addition to writing a column in the "San Francisco Chronicle" food section, she also contributes to "Bon Appetit" and other magazines. Ms. Spieler lives in England.

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