The Book of Tapas

The Book of Tapas

Edited by Jose Andres , Translated by Angela Bradford , Translated by Mary Consonni , Translated by D'Edicio Equip , Designed by Graficas Design , By (author) Simone Ortega , By (author) Ines Ortega


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From the authors of the much-loved 1080 Recipes - the Spanish cooking bible by Simone and Ines Ortega - the 1080 Book of Tapas presents a collection of over 250 definitive recipes for everyone's favourite type of Spanish food. From gambas al ajillo (garlic prawns) to tortilla espanola (Spanish omelette), it combines classic tapas dishes from 1080 Recipes with hundreds of brand new recipes from the Ortegas, introduced by renowned Spanish tapas chef Jose Andres.

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  • Hardback | 432 pages
  • 186 x 278 x 34mm | 1,338.09g
  • 19 May 2010
  • Phaidon Press Ltd
  • London
  • English
  • 0714856134
  • 9780714856131
  • 16,189

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Simone Ortega, author of the best-selling 1080 Recipes, wrote about food for over 50 years and became the foremost authority on traditional Spanish cooking. Generations of Spaniards learned to cook through her books. Ines Ortega is a food writer who has written many Spanish cookbooks and collaborated with her mother from a young age. Jose Andres, chef-owner of several Spanish restaurants in the US, is an expert on tapas and Spanish cuisine.

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'reveals the secrets of creating the best and most authentic Spanish tapas ... easy-to-follow recipes for suitable for every occasion ... cleverly concocted by some of the world's best chefs' The Sunday Express 'it's time to cook up some of Spain's best-loved dishes yourself. ... Brush up on your espanol at the same time and really impress your dinner guests.' Thomas Cook Travel

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The huge popularity of Spanish food has grown even more following the publication of the iconic...

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