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Moro the Cookbook

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Publisher Comments:

Born out of a desire to bring the wonderful tradition of Mediterranean food to the UK, the Moro restaurant was an immediate hit with British culinary critics.

Now the Moro’s award winning chefs, the married team of Sam and Sam (Samantha) Clark, share their restaurant’s most delicious and successful recipes in Moro: The Cookbook.

Most of the recipes are simple, but the resulting flavours are wonderfully complex. Perfectly capturing the region of origin — Spain and the Muslim Mediterranean — The Moro Cookbook will entice cooks everywhere to discover more about this rich, exotic cuisine.

From the Hardcover edition.

Synopsis:

The Moro menu encompasses dishes that originated in Spain and dishes from the Muslim Mediterranean, two areas linked historically by the Moors' 700-year occupation of Spain. The authors' Moro restaurant opened in the Clerkenwell district of London in October 1997.

Synopsis:

The Moro menu encompasses dishes that originated in Spain and dishes from the Muslim Mediterranean, two areas linked in history by the Moors' 700-year occupation of Spain. The book is much more than a simple catalogue of recipes—the chefs also communicate the romance and tradition inherent in each dish and their writing is informed by an intimate knowledge of long-established culinary and cultural traditions. In a market saturated with impersonal restaurant cookbooks, this book has a refreshingly different feel. It oozes character and is written and designed with palpable passion and insight.

About the Author

Samuel and Samantha Clark are husband and wife who have both cooked at leading restaurants such as The River Café. Sharing a passion for the Moorish regions, they opened Moro in London in 1997. The restaurant has enjoyed unequalled reviews and accolades.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780091880842
Created:
Sam and Sam Clark
Publisher:
Ebury Press
Author:
Clark, Samuel
Author:
Clark, Samantha
Author:
Samantha Clark Samuel Clark
Subject:
Regional & Ethnic - Mediterranean
Subject:
General Cooking
Subject:
Mediterranean
Subject:
Cooking and Food-Mediterranean
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Publication Date:
20030731
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
120 ILLUSTRATIONS
Pages:
288
Dimensions:
10.1 x 7.3 in 2 lb

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Cooking and Food » Regional and Ethnic » African
Cooking and Food » Regional and Ethnic » Mediterranean
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Cooking and Food » Regional and Ethnic » Spanish and Portuguese

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"Synopsis" by , The Moro menu encompasses dishes that originated in Spain and dishes from the Muslim Mediterranean, two areas linked historically by the Moors' 700-year occupation of Spain. The authors' Moro restaurant opened in the Clerkenwell district of London in October 1997.
"Synopsis" by ,
The Moro menu encompasses dishes that originated in Spain and dishes from the Muslim Mediterranean, two areas linked in history by the Moors' 700-year occupation of Spain. The book is much more than a simple catalogue of recipes—the chefs also communicate the romance and tradition inherent in each dish and their writing is informed by an intimate knowledge of long-established culinary and cultural traditions. In a market saturated with impersonal restaurant cookbooks, this book has a refreshingly different feel. It oozes character and is written and designed with palpable passion and insight.
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