Published April 2001
by Book Sales .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||388|
Fiesta!: A Celebration of Latin Hospitality. Full of recipes with descriptions of how they fit into the culture, this cookbook will introduce you to a slew of tangy, spicy taste sensations that will start at your lips and move to you hips sooner than you can say "Salsa.".4/5. A food writer and restaurant columnist for Travel & Leisure magazine, she speaks Spanish and Portuguese, and has traveled extensively throughout Latin America, Spain, and Portugal, dancing salsa, merengue, and flamenco, and researching the recipes and background for Fiesta! Her previous books are Please to the Table, winner of the James Beard Award for Best International Cookbook Author: Anya Von Bremzen. A Celebration of Latin Hospitality Fiesta! by Anya Von Bremzen Categories: Egg dishes; Snacks; Spanish; Vegetarian Ingredients: baking potatoes; red bell peppers; onions. A finale section, called ""Fiesta,"" offers recipes for special-occasion meals, including a Roast Suckling Pig, Pork Loin and Apricots with Beer-Mustard Sauce and a Christmas Baked Fish that adds.
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