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by Ruth Van Waerebeek-Gonzalez

  • Author: Ruth Van Waerebeek-Gonzalez
  • ISBN: 1557883076
  • ISBN13: 978-1557883476
  • ePub: 1620 kb | FB2: 1689 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Regional & International
  • Publisher: HP Trade; First Edition edition (August 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 324
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 482
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The Chilean Kitchen ePub download

Ruth Van Waerebeek-Gonzalez has titled her second cookbook The Chilean Kitchen and has focused on "authentic, homestyle foods, regional wines, and culinary traditions of Chile".

Ruth Van Waerebeek-Gonzalez has titled her second cookbook The Chilean Kitchen and has focused on "authentic, homestyle foods, regional wines, and culinary traditions of Chile". There are a few very long recipes that have broken my cardinal rule of cookbooks - having to turn the page to finish a recipe - however, in general the recipes are designed to be simple and somewhat easy to follow for the experienced cook or a beginner. Grilled Sea Bass with Cheese, Oregano, and Chorizo; Baked Beans with Pumpkin and Bell Peppers; Wine-Flavored Soft Meringue with Crème Anglaise; Fried Bow-Tie Pastries; Poached Figs with Walnuts and Sliced Bananas with Maple Syrup.

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The author, a Belgian native, is married to a Chilean. Her recipes often call for fresh ingredients, especially tomatoes and corn showered with herbs, making Chilean food a summertime pleasure.

Strangely enough, it was. in Chile that I rediscovered forgotten flavors and images from my childhood in Belgium," Ruth Van Waerebeek-Gonzalez writes in the introduction to The Chilean Kitchen, her collection of home-style recipes gathered in the years since her husband spirited her to a new land.

Chilean restaurant in Sanford, Maine. Yet another awesome lunch at The Chilean. This time we tried the steak rice bowls. r than any other rice bowl I have ever had elsewhere. People talk about homemade hamburger soup, soup with chorizo and chicken chili rice bowl  .

The Chilean Kitchen by Ruth Van Waerebeek-Gonzalez (Paperback). The Official Chilean Wine Tasting & Party Guide or "Is it me, or is it Chile in here?"

The Chilean Kitchen by Ruth Van Waerebeek-Gonzalez (Paperback). Moosewood Restaurant Cooks at Home: Fast and Easy Recipes for Any Day by Moosewood Collective (Paperback). The Official Chilean Wine Tasting & Party Guide or "Is it me, or is it Chile in here?": The Not-So-Serious Guide ot Hosting a Unique Party (with Music of the Andes CD!) by Staff (Spiral-bound). Three Generations of Chilean Cuisine by Mirtha Umana-Murray (Hardcover). com All rights reserved.

Little Chocolate Nut Cakes. As the Belgians say, since everybody has to eat three times a day, why not make a feast of every meal? Ruth is an engaging writer, plenty of stories and reminiscences pepper the text. Bask in Belgian goodness, a cuisine that really deserves to be better known.

Celebrating the traditional cuisine of Chile, a collection of 130 authentic recipes, all of which have been adapted for the North American kitchen, presents delicious seafood and meat dishes, rice and beans, side dishes, and desserts, along with tips on wines and a discussion of Chile's culinary heritage. Original.
Lanionge
I really enjoyed this book. It not only gives the recipes but the history behind it. Also, it has helpful tips on adapting the recipes to USA and conversions.
Azago
Having just visited Chile, my wife and I are delighted to be able to re-create some of the tasty cuisine we were introduced to. This is one of two books we purchased and have not been disappointed.
Beardana
ordered 2 copies (different dates) The first was exactly what I was looking for,

the second one was the wrong book, but it is possible that I made a mistake.
showtime
Looking for Chilean South American home cooking recipes. This was the perfect choice for anyone who loves to cook. Many recipes are those hard to find ones that make Chilean food special.
Alsath
This book is easy to follow and explains so much about the cuisine and culture of Chile. It's a jewel and well worth the price.
Quemal
I am glad by buy it book, is interesting, I think now I will cook better than before chilean food
santa
Everything was as promised....thanks my mom will enjoy the book it was delivered in a timely fashion this was an easy book to find with a great selection of books...
There are plenty of cookbooks on Mexican, French, Italian and many other ethnic cookery. Almost every collection of cookbooks has at least on of those in their repertoire. Now the Belgium born author of Everyone Eats Well in Belgium has taken her husband's ethnic background to write a cookbook on Chilean Cuisine. Ruth Van Waerebeek-Gonzalez has titled her second cookbook The Chilean Kitchen and has focused on "authentic, homestyle foods, regional wines, and culinary traditions of Chile".
There are a few very long recipes that have broken my cardinal rule of cookbooks - having to turn the page to finish a recipe - however, in general the recipes are designed to be simple and somewhat easy to follow for the experienced cook or a beginner.
Though this is a Chilean cookbook, I found that most of the ingredients are readily available at most markets, and the possibly harder-to-find ingredients have options. Some of the recipes include: Seafood in a Hot, Garlicky Sauce; Spicy Shrimp in Fresh Tomato Sauce; Romaine Omelet Flavored with Bell Pepper and Caramelized Onion; Artichokes Stuffed with Tuna Fish and Celery Salad; Creole Salsa; Swiss Chard, Egg, and Olive Salad; Cream of Corn Soup with Basil and Tomatoes; Rich Chicken Broth with Polenta Dumplings; Rice with Razor Clams and Spicy Sausage; Grilled Sea Bass with Cheese, Oregano, and Chorizo; Baked Beans with Pumpkin and Bell Peppers; Wine-Flavored Soft Meringue with Crème Anglaise; Fried Bow-Tie Pastries; Poached Figs with Walnuts and Sliced Bananas with Maple Syrup.
This book is filled with over 130 recipes which give us a sample of the Chilean cuisine and show the influences of many other culture on their adaptations of foods. There is a section in the back of the book that cover the regional wines if Chile, and several recipes have a variation suggestion. Though each section has a short historical background behind the upcoming recipes, I would have like to seen a little more personalization to each recipe and the family background or maybe her husband's memories behind them. A few pictures or illustrations throughout the book would have also been appealing.
This book is for the cook who likes to cook a little different then Mexican foods. Penguin Putnam's Berkley Publishing and HP books division is the publisher of the Chilean Cookbook. I can only wonder of book number three with be a new fusion of Chilean and Belgium cooking.
Review 3 out of 5 pots
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