My Abuela's Table : An Illustrated Journey into Mexican Cooking
This is no ordinary cookbook - it is a lavishly illustrated, whimsical journey to the heart of `real' Mexican food. You won't find the obligatory Tex-Mex nachosor hard tacos here - this book celebrates clean, spicy, authentic Mexican flavours. Daniella includes all the recipes she learned from her Mexican grandmother - her abuela - while they spent their time together in the kitchen. Savoury recipesinclude Cuete en salsa de nuez (beef in nut sauce); chiles en nogada (stuffed chillies); Langostinos a la veracruzana (Veracruz-style prawns); and Pan de muerto (Day of the Dead bread). Also included are sections on Mexican basics - such as cooking with Mexican herbs and spices, and chilli varieties - as well as classic salsas, rice, tortillas and bean dishes.
- Hardback | 128 pages
- 210.82 x 259.08 x 25.4mm | 793.78g
- 02 Oct 2012
- HARDIE GRANT BOOKS
- South Yarra, Australia
- Colour illustrations throughout
About Daniella Germain
Daniella Germain is a designer, illustrator and foodie. Her love of all things Mexican came from her Mexican-born grandmother, her abuela, who taught her how to cook classic, authentic dishes from scratch. This book is Daniella's way of honouring her grandmother's food legacy.