America's First Cuisines
After long weeks of boring, perhaps spoiled sea rations, one of the first things Spaniards sought in the New World was undoubtedly fresh food. Probably they found the local cuisine strange at first, but soon they were sending American plants and animals around the world, eventually enriching the cuisine of many cultures.
Drawing on original accounts by Europeans and native Americans, this pioneering work offers the first detailed description of the cuisines of the Aztecs, the Maya, and the Inca. Sophie Coe begins with the basic foodstuffs, including maize, potatoes, beans, peanuts, squash, avocados, tomatoes, chocolate, and chiles, and explores their early history and domestication. She then describes how these foods were prepared, served, and preserved, giving many insights into the cultural and ritual practices that surrounded eating in these cultures. Coe also points out the similarities and differences among the three cuisines and compares them to Spanish cooking of the period, which, as she usefully reminds us, would seem as foreign to our tastes as the American foods seemed to theirs. Written in easily digested prose, America's First Cuisines will appeal to food enthusiasts as well as scholars.
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I immediately ordered the book for my wife's birthday from the Google scholar preview.. For those of us who have walked the land with native guides, Bernal's
description is a vertible recipe source. I recognize the basis of many modern Mexican dishes. And
new ones to try. I have had wonderful atole's from the atole shops and street vendors in Mexico and Guatemala, but this list goes beyond. Same for the corn masa dishes and breads and a ground pumpkin and masa bread Coe describes elsewhere. I have restocked my supply of winter squashes
and easily toasted some of the dried seeds. I look forward to trying to replicate a few.
PREFACE Vlt INTRODUCTION
New World Staples
The Inca harvesting potatoes
New World Produce
Girl of eleven being threatened with chile smoke as
Solid Maya Breadstuffs
Maya Flesh Food
n Maya Produce
Animal and Mineral
Llamas used for transport
The Europeans encounter the Tlaxcallans
Old Aztec women were allowed to drink
Aztec Cooks and Menus
Thirteenyearold girl grinding maize
j The Maya and the Explorers
Diego de Landa
Classic Maya chocolate preparation
Auditing the accounts at the state warehouses
We eat gold
The Inca and the Europeans
The captivity of Atahualpa
Roasting the ox Bologna 1530
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