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!!> Reading ➽ The Fire of Peru ➶ Author Ricardo Zarate –

The Fire of Peru Popular L.A Chef Ricardo Zarate Captures The Flavors And Excitement Of Peruvian Food, From Rustic Stews To Specialty Dishes To Fabulous Cocktails Lima Born Los Angeles Chef And Restaurateur Ricardo Zarate Delivers A Standout Cookbook On The New It Cuisine The Food Of Peru Zarate Has Been Called The Godfather Of Peruvian Cuisine For Good Reason He Perfectly Captures The Spirit Of Modern Peruvian Cooking, Which Reflects Indigenous South American Foods As Well As Japanese, Chinese, And European Influences, But Also Balances That Variety With An American Sensibility His Most Popular Dishes Range From Classic Recipes Such As Ceviche And Pisco Sour To Artfully Crafted Peruvian Style Sushi To A Peruvian Burger With 100 Recipes From Appetizers To Cocktails , Lush Color Photography, And Zarate S Moving And Entertaining Accounts Of Peru S Food Traditions And His Own Compelling Story, The Fire Of Peru Beautifully Encapsulates The Excitement Zarate Brings To The American Dining Scene.

!!> Reading ➽ The Fire of Peru  ➶ Author Ricardo Zarate –
  • Hardcover
  • 276 pages
  • The Fire of Peru
  • Ricardo Zarate
  • 22 February 2017
  • 9780544454309

    10 thoughts on “!!> Reading ➽ The Fire of Peru ➶ Author Ricardo Zarate –

  1. says:

    This book is beautiful and pretty accessible for U.S based cooking it helps that we have a Peruvian store nearby where we can buy aji amarillo and panca paste It s also helpful for learning how to cook Peruvian in general.

  2. says:

    My friend Kevin asked me about this book, and while I was distantly familiar with Zarate, I ve never been to his restaurant, and didn t know about the book But I ve heard great things about the restaurant, and I thought, what the heck, let me take a look at the book Now, to some extent, it s just another Peruvian cookbook to add to the dozen or that I already have on my shelf There aren t any truly stunning recipes, or things that I suddenly discovered about Peruvian food that I d never known before And to be honest, it s not as well researched, particularly in the history of the influences of various cultures, both indigenous and the heavy Chinese and Japanese bent in modern Peruvian cooking as I might like He gets some details just plain wrong But what made it of particular interest was the varied personal anecdotes about growing up in, and visiting Lima, and the food scene there Perhaps it was a simple matter of timing, with reading this just pri...

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