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by Cherie Hamilton

Cuisines of Portuguese Encounters download ebook
ISBN:
0781811813
ISBN13:
978-0781811811
Author:
Cherie Hamilton
Publisher:
Hippocrene Books; Expanded edition (December 1, 2007)
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394 pages
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1576 kb
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4.4

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Cuisines of Portuguese Encounters. National & regional cuisine, Cooking, Wine, Portuguese, Cooking, Portugal, Regional & Ethnic - Portuguese, Cookery, International, Cookery, Portuguese. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.

Cuisines of Portuguese Encounters book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Cuisines of Portuguese Encounters as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This collection encompasses 223 recipies from the.

Cuisines of Portuguese Encounters New York: Hippocrene Books, 2001. p. 219. ^ "El asado". Archived from the original on 3 December 2013.

ISBN 10: 0781808316 ISBN 13: 9780781808316. Publisher: Hippocrene Books, 2001. In the 16th century, Portuguese navigators circumvented the globe, conquering new lands to build one of history's largest empires, and at the same time carrying and introducing crops, food products and a variety of culinary cultures to all corners of the earth. by Cherie Y. Hamilton . Cuisines of Portuguese Encounters is one of those rare international cookbooks that manages to break new ground. It features the foods of Portugal as they were spread around the globe by the 16th-century Portuguese explorers and adopted by all of the lands they reached. The book includes recipes from exotic regions that are rarely written about, such as Madeira/Azores, Guinea-Bissau, Cape Verde, São Tomé, Principe, Angola, Mozambique, Goa, Brazil, Malacca, East Timor, Macao, and, of course, Portugal.

Among other cuisines, it covers the food of Macau, East Timor and Malacca. There is also Taste of Macau by Annabel Jackson.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Cherie Y Hamilton books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Cuisines of Portuguese Encounters. Added by CvP. Create date Feb 17, 2010. In the sixteenth century, Portuguese navigators circled the globe, conquering new lands to build one of history's largest empires, and at the same time carrying and introducing crops, food products, and a variety of culinary cultures to all corners of the earth. Fueled by the curiosity of a cultural anthropologist and world traveler, this fascinating collection of 279 recipes is the first cookbook to encompass the entire Portuguese-speaking world and explain how Portugal and its former colonies influenced each other's cooking traditions.

It is derived from the Portuguese empanada  . Cuisines of Portuguese Encounters' Hippocrene Books.

It is derived from the Portuguese empanada Paraguay. The Paraguayan empanada is characterized by its use of ground beef and hard-boiled eggs. Other varieties include Ham & Cheese, Corn & Cheese, and Palm Heart empanadas. Their consumption is often accompanied with Yerba Mate tea either hot (terere) or cold (mate). Eyzaguirre Lyon (1986), p. 24. ^ Gonzalo Martner Fanta, p. 23. ^ "La ruta de las empanadas", La Segunda.

In the sixteenth century, Portuguese navigators circled the globe, conquering new lands to build one of history's largest empires, and at the same time carrying and introducing crops, food products, and a variety of culinary cultures to all corners of the earth. Fueled by the curiosity of a cultural anthropologist and world traveler, this fascinating collection of 279 recipes is the first cookbook to encompass the entire Portuguese-speaking world and explain how Portugal and its former colonies influenced each other's cooking traditions. The author also explores the impact of the Moors and Sephardic Jews, who added unique contributions to the culinary history of the Portuguese empire.
Reviews:
  • Clandratha
this cookbook is excellent because it tells you the food history and short anthropological perspective behind the recipes. Each chapter is divided from each country and how the Portuguese influenced their food culture. Of course, trade is a big step for spices, chilies to spread across these countries through the sea or land. The index has both Portuguese and English languages. I would recommend this as a gift or if you're interested in cooking for friends and family.
  • POFOD
This is a GREAT cookbook with a touch of history thrown in as an extra treat before each chapter. Richly photographed and very interesting to browse. I bought six of these, and gave all but one away to relatives. We are of Portuguese/Chinese/South East Asian ancestry, and recognized many recipes, even those from Africa and Portugal itself. I am a herbivore, but found many recipes here that met my culinary and cultural needs. My relatives are carnivores (okay, one may be an omnivore) and they loved the more meaty treats in here. Even I was moved reading about these dishes, remembering them from childhood.
  • Gardataur
Recipes are really hit or miss. I don't think there is anything wrong with the recipes it's just some have a cumbersome flavor. Especially the ones out of Africa. But I would suggest getting it if you want to try new things.

4 stars because I wish it had a picture for most recipes. The only improvement I could see.
  • Yggdi
Purchased this for my mother as a gift. My wife's family is Brazilian, and we are both historians. The book is a very nice combination of recipes and history. The book itself is well produced. This is a cook book with many recipes, but they all look good and none are overly complicated. Many other cook books with Brazilian recipes require ingredients that are hard to find. That is not the case here, though the dishes do not seem any less authentic because of that. Would recommend it to anyone who has been to a Portuguese-speaking country and enjoyed the food, or anyone who wants to cook something different.
  • Blackseeker
This is a real sleeper, a great cookbook. It is amazing how one little country had such an impact on something as basic as food in so many countries.
  • Kagrel
It’s not even worth the money for this lousy book now too.
  • Bundis
Very interesting and unique cookbook . Each recipe is simple to prepare and delicious. Only problem is finding some of the ingredients like manioc flour and palm oil in my area. Will probably have to look online or substitute some of ingredients.
Wonderful narrative and collection of recipes. Well indexed