Review it and also disclose it! It is soft data as well as simple to read wherever you are. Appreciate your brand-new habit. I would have liked to compare the English and Spanish versions as I thought the Spanish one is very oriented to a Spanish Spain reader. The book translates the staff meal planning from a professional restaurant into a family affair, and in my view, is good for beginner cooks as well as more experienced ones as myself. There are some nods to Mexican and Japanese cuisine among others, but the menus are mostly traditional Spanish ie using very fresh produce and not difficult to prepare at all.
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I also love when chefs go back to basics, to using ingredients one can afford to cook every day. This cookbook contains 31 sets of recipes starter and a main, or two mains, and a dessert each that match together, of the recipes that were used for the staff meals in El Bulli. The book is huge, and it has the recipes for etc up to 75 people, and the ingredients are tested to work nearly everywhere in the world.
Many recipes are classic home cooking, many are Spanish or Spanish inspired, and there are a ton of influences of everywhere else too. The clear pictures are helpful even for experienced cooks. Lots of recipes have already suggestions what else might work instead of an item if something else is in season, easier to find, cheaper, or just to try something different.
I got this book a week ago, and already have tried several recipes with success. I love the pictures and SEEING what each step involves, and how the ingredients are easily available anywhere, and how also the time it takes to prepare the dish is presented. This is currently my favorite cookbook - believe me, it makes a huge difference when you can try and learn some new simple tricks with some every day, affordable food items. This is a collection of 31 "family meals" from the creator of elBulli.
Anyone who has ever dined standing up before the hard work really cranks up will appreciate the setting thank-you Charlie Trotter! Each meal includes a starter, main and dessert. Not only do the Brilliant! Not only do the recipes look delightful, but the organization is revolutionary for cookbooks. Each meal has a complete ingredient list plus a time line to show you how to plan. Proportions are shown to prepare the meal for 2, 6, 20 or 75 people! The recipes are typically quite simple, emphasizing quality of ingredients and the basic preparation skills.
The only suggestion to the reader is to find a good fish monger.
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And the ingredients are usually easy to find, affordable, or pantry items. There are parts of the book where it diverges from this and some specialized equipment blowtorch?? The main thing that drew me to this book were all the pictures. Instead of a list of ingredients and steps, each step had an accompanying picture. I thought that was a great way of laying out the steps. The dishes seem to be thought out for the average everyday cook, no difficult methods, not too many exotic ingredients.
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