Synopses & Reviews
The legacy work by one of the most influential experts on Spanish cuisine Spanish cuisine features a tremendous range of dishes, from simply satisfying tortilla espanola (omelet pie) to exciting, innovative “nueva cocina” chefs dishes like Ferran Adrias Crab Sauteed with Paprika, Onion, and Brandy. In 1,000 Spanish Recipes, award-winning author Penelope Casas offers an unmatched collection of recipes that explores this incredible range of dishes—from tapas to desserts—providing rich details about ingredients, such as cured ham, cheeses, meats, fish, grains, and wines, and the food traditions of this beloved Mediterranean cuisine. Youll find an irresistible variety of recipes for everyday meals and special occasions, including favorites like gazpacho, paella, seafood stew, and flan. 1,000 Spanish Recipes is a recipe treasury and keepsake to cook from for years to come.
An unparalleled recipe compendium celebrating Spanish cuisine in the latest book in the 1,000 Recipes series.
About the Author
Penelope Casas was one of the best-known and respected experts on Spanish cuisine. She wrote about food and travel in Spain for the New York Times, Gourmet, Food & Wine, and Conde Nast Traveler and published six books on Spanish cuisine. The Spanish government awarded her both the National Prize of Gastronomy and the Medal of Touristic Merit, and named her Dame of the Order of Civil Merit. She and her Spanish husband guided culinary tours throughout Spain.