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Comida sabrosa

home-style Southwestern cooking

by Irene Barraza Sanchez

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  • 23 Currently reading

Published by University of New Mexico Press in Albuquerque .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Mexico.,
  • Colorado.
    • Subjects:
    • Cookery, American -- Southwestern style,
    • Cookery -- New Mexico,
    • Cookery -- Colorado,
    • Cookery (Hot peppers)

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementIrene Barraza Sanchez and Gloria Sanchez Yund ; illustrations by Cyd Riley.
      ContributionsYund, Gloria Sanchez, 1949-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTX715.2.S69 S26 2001
      The Physical Object
      Pagination145 p. :
      Number of Pages145
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3966277M
      ISBN 100826323863
      LC Control Number2001271535

      Step-by-step illustrations also accompany the instructions on the fine art of make tamales. The book is easy to use and is beautifully illustrated. The authors have included an extensive glossary and added a few Hispanic recipes Comida sabrosa book origins are not strictly Southwestern. The authors, both natives of the state, have gathered their mothers' mouthwatering recipes and presented them in a form that will be equally useful to the veteran Southwestern chef and the novice. Available in a paperback edition sincethis enduring favorite is now even more useful with a new spiral binding. She promotes New Mexico cuisine through her workshops, consulting, and writing, keeping traditional New Mexican cuisine very much alive.

      They demonstrate with instructions and drawings how Comida sabrosa book roast and peel green chiles and how to string a ristra of red chiles. For the less adventurous, the cookbook makes use of ingredients available at the local store and provides step-by-step instructions on how to make tamales, natillas, chile con queso, and dozens of other well-known and not so well-known Mexican delicacies. A glossary is included for newcomers to this cuisine and instructions are provided for microwave adaptations. Details Overview This book became an immediate bestseller when it was published in hardcover in October

      Additional Information. They demonstrate with instructions Comida sabrosa book drawings how to roast and peel green chiles and how to string a ristra of red chiles. Available in a paperback edition sincethis enduring favorite is now even more useful with a new spiral binding. She promotes New Mexico cuisine through her workshops, consulting, and writing, keeping traditional New Mexican cuisine very much alive. Step-by-step illustrations also accompany the instructions on the fine art of make tamales.


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She promotes New Mexico cuisine through her workshops, consulting, and writing, keeping traditional New Mexican cuisine very much alive.

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The authors have included an extensive glossary and added a few Hispanic recipes whose origins are not strictly Southwestern. Overview Comida Sabrosa: Homestyle Southwestern Cooking This cookbook is for everyone who wants to prepare the kind of food for which New Mexico is famous, from chile con queso through burritos and sopipillas to biscochitos.

Available in a paperback edition sincethis enduring favorite is now even more useful with a new spiral binding. Additional Information. Her passion for teaching is reflected in her performance as an educator and an innovative, creative cook.

A glossary is included for newcomers to this cuisine and instructions are provided for microwave adaptations. The authors, both natives of the state, have gathered their mothers' mouthwatering recipes and presented them in a form that will be equally useful to the veteran Southwestern chef and the novice.

For the less adventurous, the cookbook makes use of ingredients available at the local store and provides step-by-step instructions on how to make tamales, natillas, chile con queso, and dozens of other well-known and not so well-known Mexican delicacies.

They demonstrate with instructions and drawings how to roast and peel green chiles and how to string a ristra of red chiles. The book is easy to use and is beautifully illustrated.

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After working for the US District Court for twenty-five years, she is retired and now writes and lectures on New Mexico culture and cuisine. Step-by-step illustrations also Comida sabrosa book the instructions on the fine art of make tamales.

Details Overview This book became an immediate bestseller when it was published in hardcover in October Acclaim "This complete cookbook on southwestern cookery includes instructions and drawings on how to roast and peel green chiles and how to string a ristra of red chiles.

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