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The Chilean Kitchen

The Chilean Kitchen [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1510752862
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Publisher: Simon and Schuster
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The Chilean Kitchen by , Book Resume:

These authentic recipes will bring classic Chilean flavors to your doorstep! The Spanish phrase quédate un poquito, or “stay a while,” is the essence of Chilean hospitality—one does not “stop by for a quick bite” in Chile. Comprised of more than seventy authentic Chilean recipes, organized seasonally for maximum freshness, and tweaked ever-so-slightly to fit neatly into the US market, this book creates an accessible, authentic, and uniquely Chilean cooking experience. It marries Pilar’s family recipes and Eileen’s astute writings, which make even those who have never visited Chile feel like they have found home. Seasonality is the backbone of the Chilean table—each of the four seasonal sections will include a short opening essay to prepare the reader for the bounty of the season. A unique fifth section is included for La Once, or tea time, which transcends the seasons but is quintessentially and irrevocably Chilean. Mouthwatering recipes will include: ​Caramelized onion empanadas Double crusted spinach pie Grilled steak soup Pickled chicken thighs Spicy pork ribs Tomato shrimp stew Dulce de leche thousand layer cake Chilean white sangria So many more!

Secrets of Chilean Cuisine

Secrets of Chilean Cuisine [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1935879677
Author: Roberto Marin
Publisher: Board and Bench Publishing
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Secrets of Chilean Cuisine by Roberto Marin Book Resume:

With this book, Chilean master chef Robert Marin gives the tips and techniques of Chilean cooking for more than 100 recipes straight from his homeland. The book also gives a quick lesson in pairing food with Chilean wine as well as an introductory primer on the history and influences of Chilean cuisine.

Will Write for Food

Will Write for Food [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0738218065
Author: Dianne Jacob
Publisher: Da Capo Lifelong Books
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Will Write for Food by Dianne Jacob Book Resume:

The go-to soup-to-nuts guide on how to really make money from food writing, both in print and online With recipe-driven blogs, cookbooks, reviews, and endless foodie websites, food writing is ever in demand. In this award-winning guide, noted journalist and writing instructor Dianne Jacob offers tips and strategies for getting published and other ways to turn your passion into cash, whether it's in print or online. With insider secrets and helpful advice from award-winning writers, agents, and editors, Will Write for Food is still the essential guide to go from starving artist to well-fed writer.

Latin Superfoods

Latin Superfoods [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1510745971
Author: Leticia Moreinos Schwartz
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
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Latin Superfoods by Leticia Moreinos Schwartz Book Resume:

Bringing fun, healthy Latin flair to busy American kitchens! Most people associate healthy cooking with boring taste and flavorless foods, but Leticia is on a mission to prove that healthy eating not only can be absolutely delicious, but also that food is medicine, and that by living a healthy lifestyle you can take control of your health and of your life. Through the American Diabetes Campaign, Leticia sees first-hand the dietary problems that contribute to this and many other lifestyle diseases, particularly in the Hispanic community here in the US and in Latin countries globally. She quickly realized that once Latinos move to the US, their habits change for the worse, along with their health. “We no longer shop at a farmers market or cook homemade meals. Instead, we shop at big chain stores and buy pre-packed foods. The road from a healthy Latin culture to the North American table became a tough one somewhere along the way.” Utilizing healthful, nutritious ingredients like nuts, grains, seeds, herbs, spices, beans, fruits, and vegetables, these tried and true favorites include classics like arroz con pollo and quesadillas (with a healthy twist), to lesser-known (but still traditional) dishes like grilled shrimp with Caipirinha vinaigrette and wild rice salad with mango and shrimp. The good news is that maintaining a healthy diet has never been easier, precisely because of the influence of the Latin culture in this country. Award-winning author Leticia Schwartz will introduce you to new and improved Latin recipes to enjoy without compromising on flavor!

Buried Alive

Buried Alive [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 9780230120372
Author: Manuel Pino Toro
Publisher: St. Martin\'s Press
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Buried Alive by Manuel Pino Toro Book Resume:

On August 5, 2010, a tunnel in the gold and copper mine in the Atacama Desert in Chile collapsed, with all of its miners trapped underground. For days, the families waited breathlessly as percussion drills searched out signs of life. Finally, a note came back from below--the miners were alive and safe. Now the rescue crew needed to burrow through 2300 feet of solid rock to get them out. For nine weeks, the world watched as Chile threw all of its resources into the effort. Televisions flashed images of worried families holding vigil night and day and of Chile's newly elected President Pinera making their recovery his personal crusade. What the cameras didn't reveal was the behind-the-scenes intrigue: the corruption that led to faulty construction of the tunnel in the first place; how the men lived in a muddy and humid environment where the temperature was unbearably hot; how the rescue effort became a political campaign to raise the president's sagging numbers; and the abundant hope necessary to sustain the men in their underground captivity. Author Manuel Pino takes us into his native Chile and, drawing on direct access to the miners and their families, weaves a rich narrative of extraordinary survival and triumph.

Foods of Chile

Foods of Chile [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0737759143
Author: Barbara Sheen
Publisher: Greenhaven Publishing LLC
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Foods of Chile by Barbara Sheen Book Resume:

This vibrant volume introduces Chile and its culture by way of its foods, cooking traditions, eating habits, and food sources. While learning about and creating the foods of Chile, readers learn fascinating details about its geography, history, health, daily life, celebrations, and customs. Holidays, fiestas, and tea time are richly explained.

The Essential Wine Book

The Essential Wine Book [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1984856782
Author: Zachary Sussman
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
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The Essential Wine Book by Zachary Sussman Book Resume:

A field guide to the new world of wine, featuring an overview of today’s most exciting regions and easy-to-use advice on properly tasting wine, discovering under-the-radar gems, and finding the perfect bottle for any occasion. Highlighting wines from old world regions such as France, Italy, Spain, and Germany to new world wines from the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Chile, and more, The Essential Wine Book tells you what to drink and why. Beginning with foundational information about how wine is made, how to taste it, and how to understand terroir, wine expert and journalist Zachary Sussman then gives an overview of the most important and interesting wine regions today—both established and still emerging. For instance, the great French wines of Burgundy and Champagne are already well known, but for affordable bottles you can easily find at your local wine shop, Sussman profiles up-and-coming producers in other regions, including the Jura, Languedoc-Roussillon, and more. In a similar vein, California's Napa Valley has for decades been the source of America's most prestigious wines, but here you'll learn about other areas of the state that are gaining recognition, from Lodi to the Santa Rita Hills. You'll find user-friendly "just the highlights" notes for each region, as well as recommendations for producers and particular bottles to seek out. Diving deep into what makes each region essential and unique, this comprehensive guides gives new wine drinkers and enthusiasts alike an inside track on modern wine culture.

Cherry Bombe

Cherry Bombe [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0553459538
Author: Kerry Diamond,Claudia Wu
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
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Cherry Bombe by Kerry Diamond,Claudia Wu Book Resume:

Recipes & stories from 100 of the most creative and inspiring women in food today It’s the first-ever cookbook from the team behind Cherry Bombe, the hit indie magazine about women and food, and the Radio Cherry Bombe podcast. Inside are 100+ recipes from some of the most interesting chefs, bakers, food stylists, pastry chefs, and creatives on the food scene today, including: Mashama Bailey, chef of The Grey Jeni Britton Bauer, founder of Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams Melissa Clark, New York Times columnist and cookbook author Amanda Cohen, chef/owner of Dirt Candy Angela Dimayuga, executive chef of Mission Chinese Food Melissa & Emily Elsen, founders of Four & Twenty Blackbirds Karlie Kloss, supermodel and cookie entrepreneur Jessica Koslow, chef/owner of Sqirl Padma Lakshmi, star of Top Chef Elisabeth Prueitt, pastry chef and co-founder of Tartine and Tartine Manufactory Chrissy Teigen, supermodel and bestselling cookbook author Christina Tosi, chef and founder of Milk Bar Joy Wilson, of Joy the Baker Molly Yeh, of my name is yeh The Cherry Bombe team asked these women and others for their most meaningful recipes. The result is a beautifully styled and photographed collection that you will turn to again and again in the kitchen. 2018 IACP Cookbook Award nominee for Compilations.

The Great Ceviche Book, revised

The Great Ceviche Book, revised [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1607744554
Author: Douglas Rodriguez
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
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The Great Ceviche Book, revised by Douglas Rodriguez Book Resume:

The Great Ceviche Book is the definitive, authentic guide to this fresh vibrant cuisine. Ceviche—fresh seafood cured in citrus—boasts lively, bright flavors along with a low-fat, high-protein healthiness. In this revised edition of The Great Ceviche Book, award-winning chef Douglas Rodriguez reminds us why he is the foremost Latin chef in America. You’ll find straightforward instructions and confidence-building advice to walk you through all the ceviche fundamentals: its basic formula of six ingredients, the four safety commandments, helpful kitchen equipment to have on hand, and serving suggestions to create beautiful presentations. Rodriguez’s passionate take on the subject offers more than forty diverse ceviche recipes, from traditional dishes originating in Central and South America such as Chilean Sea Bass with Lemon Oil and Ecuadorian Shrimp, to recipes that draw on diverse ethnic influences such as Gingered Toro Tuna with Soy and Sesame. Chapters on tasty side dishes and helpful basics round out everything you need to know to make this simple yet sophisticated cuisine in your own kitchen. Rodriguez’s streamlined preparations allow home cooks to focus on the virtues of freshness and pure flavors.

A Taste of Latin America

A Taste of Latin America [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1632892065
Author: Patricia Cartin
Publisher: Charlesbridge Publishing
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A Taste of Latin America by Patricia Cartin Book Resume:

Latin American food is steeped in history and tradition. From Peru's spicy and citrusy ceviche to hearty Colombian beef, pork, and seafood stews to Argentina's silky, sweet dulce le leche desserts, cooks of all skill levels are invited to discover what make this region's cuisine incomparable. Complete with four-color photographs, expertly crafted recipes and additional insight on the background and customs of each country featured, budding chefs and seasoned experts alike will be enticed by this authentic and unique compilation.

Solitude

Solitude [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 9781577317722
Author: Robert Kull
Publisher: New World Library
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Solitude by Robert Kull Book Resume:

Years after losing his lower right leg in a motorcycle crash, Robert Kull traveled to a remote island in Patagonia's coastal wilderness with equipment and supplies to live alone for a year. He sought to explore the effects of deep solitude on the body and mind and to find the spiritual answers he'd been seeking all his life. With only a cat and his thoughts as companions, he wrestled with inner storms while the wild forces of nature raged around him. The physical challenges were immense, but the struggles of mind and spirit pushed him even further. Solitude: Seeking Wisdom in Extremes is the diary of Kull's tumultuous year. Chronicling a life distilled to its essence, Solitude is also a philosophical meditation on the tensions between nature and technology, isolation and society. With humor and brutal honesty, Kull explores the pain and longing we typically avoid in our frantically busy lives as well as the peace and wonder that arise once we strip away our distractions. He describes the enormous Patagonia wilderness with poetic attention, transporting the reader directly into both his inner and outer experiences.

The Shock Doctrine

The Shock Doctrine [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0307371301
Author: Naomi Klein
Publisher: Vintage Canada
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The Shock Doctrine by Naomi Klein Book Resume:

The shock doctrine is the unofficial story of how the "free market" came to dominate the world, from Chile to Russia, China to Iraq, South Africa to Canada. But it is a story radically different from the one usually told. It is a story about violence and shock perpetrated on people, on countries, on economies. About a program of social and economic engineering that Naomi Klein calls "disaster capitalism." Based on breakthrough historical research and 4 years of reporting in disaster zones, Klein explodes the myth that the global free market triumphed democratically, and that unfettered capitalism goes hand-in-hand with democracy. Instead, she argues it has consistently relied on violence and shock, and reveals the puppet strings behind the critical events of the last 40 years. "The shock doctrine" is the influential but little understood theory that in order to push through profoundly unpopular policies that enrich the few and impoverish the many, there must be a collective crisis or disaster—real or manufactured. Klein vividly traces the origins of modern shock tactics to the economic lab of the University of Chicago under Milton Friedman in the 60s, and beyond to the CIA-funded electroshock experiments at McGill in the 50s which helped write the torture manuals used today at Guantanamo Bay. She details the events of the recent past that have been deliberate theatres for the shock doctrine: among them, Pinochet’s coup in Chile in 1973, the Tiananmen Square Massacre in 1989, the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991; and, more recently, the September 11 attacks, the invasion of Iraq, the Asian tsunami and Hurricane Katrina. And she shows how—in the hands of the Bush Administration—the "war on terror" is a thin cover for a thriving destruction/reconstruction complex, with disasters, wars and homeland security fuelling a booming new economy. Naomi Klein has once again written a book that will change the way we see the world.

The Antarctic Book of Cooking and Cleaning

The Antarctic Book of Cooking and Cleaning [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0062395041
Author: Wendy Trusler,Carol Devine
Publisher: HarperCollins
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The Antarctic Book of Cooking and Cleaning by Wendy Trusler,Carol Devine Book Resume:

A visually captivating, novelistic travelogue that chronicles the first civilian environmental cleanup expedition in Antarctica—an engaging true story told through anecdotes, journal entries, vignettes, recipes, and archival and contemporary photography. “The first thing that comes to mind about Antarctica is not likely the food. But if you are going there, it is the second.” —Wendy Trusler and Carol Devine The Antarctic Book of Cooking and Cleaning is a unique journey through an austral summer, when a group of dedicated individuals—fifty-four people from five countries—picked up nearly three decades’ worth of garbage during a three-month period in Antarctica. In this visually captivating polar journal, Wendy Trusler and Carol Devine transport readers back twenty years and thousands of miles to Bellinghausen, the Russian research station that became their temporary home. Devine, a humanitarian who piloted the project, and Trusler, a visual artist and cook, use journal entries, letters, provision lists, recipes, and menus to document their voyage. They share pithy, insightful observations on life, food, science, politics, and the environment. Showcased throughout are modern and vintage photos and vignettes from Antarctica’s short history—all of which add delightful color and warm detail to this unique book. Trusler reveals the challenges of cooking in a makeshift kitchen during long, white nights at the bottom of the world. While the dozens of eco-tourists strive to help preserve the continent, she must figure out how to cook for all of them in the small camp kitchen, using limited ingredients. The Antarctic Book of Cooking and Cleaning includes forty-two eclectic, tasty, and hearty recipes tinged with Russian, Chinese, and South American influences, such as Honey Oatmeal Bread, Cheese Fondue, Great Wall Dumplings, Roasted Pepper Goulash with Smoked Paprika, Roast Leg of Pork, and Frozen Chocolate Cream. All beautifully photographed, these dishes reflect the expedition’s colorful cultural fabric and the astonishing raw beauty of their surroundings—a continent uniquely devoted to peace, cooperation, and science.

Foods of Chile

Foods of Chile [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0737759143
Author: Barbara Sheen
Publisher: Greenhaven Publishing LLC
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Foods of Chile by Barbara Sheen Book Resume:

This vibrant volume introduces Chile and its culture by way of its foods, cooking traditions, eating habits, and food sources. While learning about and creating the foods of Chile, readers learn fascinating details about its geography, history, health, daily life, celebrations, and customs. Holidays, fiestas, and tea time are richly explained.

Food Cultures of the World Encyclopedia [4 volumes]

Food Cultures of the World Encyclopedia [4 volumes] [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0313376271
Author: Ken Albala
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
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Food Cultures of the World Encyclopedia [4 volumes] by Ken Albala Book Resume:

This comprehensive reference work introduces food culture from more than 150 countries and cultures around the world—including some from remote and unexpected peoples and places. • Entries covering over 150 countries and cultures from around the world • More than 100 expert contributors • Vignettes • An index that facilitates cross-cultural comparison

Ethnic American Food Today

Ethnic American Food Today [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1442227311
Author: Lucy M. Long
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
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Ethnic American Food Today by Lucy M. Long Book Resume:

Ethnic American Food Today is the first encyclopedia to illuminate the variety and complexity of ethnic food cultures in this country and to address their place within the larger American culture.

At the Table: Food and Family around the World

At the Table: Food and Family around the World [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1610697383
Author: Ken Albala
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
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At the Table: Food and Family around the World by Ken Albala Book Resume:

What's for dinner? Not just in America, but around the world? And how is it cooked, what's the historical significance of that food, how is it served and consumed, and who gets to clean up? This book provides fascinating insight into how dinner is defined in countries around the world. • Provides intimate insights into a broad range of international food habits, thereby affording readers a glimpse into the daily lives of people around the world and offering immense opportunities for cross cultural comparisons • Compares cooking methods, gender roles regarding food and meals, and the places of children or extended relatives at meal time • Underscores how food culture is universally and intrinsically related to ethnicity, family, and meal-time tradition • Presents a combination of reference narrative, photographs, and recipes that make this a one-stop reference source ideal for students learning about other cultures

The Chile Reader

The Chile Reader [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0822395835
Author: Elizabeth Quay Hutchison,Thomas Miller Klubock,Nara B. Milanich,Peter Winn
Publisher: Duke University Press
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The Chile Reader by Elizabeth Quay Hutchison,Thomas Miller Klubock,Nara B. Milanich,Peter Winn Book Resume:

The Chile Reader makes available a rich variety of documents spanning more than five hundred years of Chilean history. Most of the selections are by Chileans; many have never before appeared in English. The history of Chile is rendered from diverse perspectives, including those of Mapuche Indians and Spanish colonists, peasants and aristocrats, feminists and military strongmen, entrepreneurs and workers, and priests and poets. Among the many selections are interviews, travel diaries, letters, diplomatic cables, cartoons, photographs, and song lyrics. Texts and images, each introduced by the editors, provide insights into the ways that Chile's unique geography has shaped its national identity, the country's unusually violent colonial history, and the stable but autocratic republic that emerged after independence from Spain. They shed light on Chile's role in the world economy, the social impact of economic modernization, and the enduring problems of deep inequality. The Reader also covers Chile's bold experiments with reform and revolution, its subsequent descent into one of Latin America's most ruthless Cold War dictatorships, and its much-admired transition to democracy and a market economy in the years since dictatorship.

The Psychopolitics of Food

The Psychopolitics of Food [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1317294793
Author: Mihalis Mentinis
Publisher: Routledge
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The Psychopolitics of Food by Mihalis Mentinis Book Resume:

The Psychopolitics of Food probes into the contemporary ‘foodscape’, examining culinary practices and food habits and in particular the ways in which they conflate with neoliberal political economy. It suggests that generic alimentary and culinary practices constitute technologies of the self and the body and argues that the contemporary preoccupation with food takes the form of ‘rites of passage’ that express and mark the transition from a specific stage of neoliberal development to another vis-à-vis a re-configuration of the alimentary and sexual regimes. Even though these rites of passage are taking place on the borders of cultural bi-polarities, their function, nevertheless, is precisely to define these borders as sites of a neoliberal transitional demand; that is, to produce a cultural bifurcation between ‘eating orders’ and ‘eating dis-orders’, by promoting and naturalising certain social logics while simultaneously rendering others as abject and anachronistic. The book is a worthwhile read for researchers and advanced scholars in the areas of food studies, critical psychology, anthropology and sociology.

A Fine Chaos: Three Years Renovating a Castle In Chile

A Fine Chaos: Three Years Renovating a Castle In Chile [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1483409465
Author: David Mills
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
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A Fine Chaos: Three Years Renovating a Castle In Chile by David Mills Book Resume:

“A Fine Chaos” details the three years it took to purchase and renovate Castillo Verde. It describes the trials and tribulations encountered working through Chilean bureaucracy to obtain the necessary rights to own the property and its sources of water, and then the long struggle to restore the castle and its surrounding gardens to their former glory. Join us as we learn about Chile, its people, culture, customs and history. Meet our new Chilean friends, and see through their eyes the renewed confidence and hope that is driving one of the most successful economic and cultural rebirths in South America. And experience first-hand how living in a foreign country can change your life. Much more than a travel book or house renovation documentary, “A Fine Chaos” provides insight, fact and opinion on a country and a continent about which much of the world knows very little.