Art of South American Cookery

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"Parts of South America have very similar cookery styles. For example, many countries serve the classic dishes brought from their motherlands: Spain and Portugal. However, the locally available ingredients have naturally influenced and modified the cuisines of the individual countries. Chile, for example, has taken full advantage of its long coastline and superb fisheries to create some delectable seafood preparations. Notable is Chupe de Mariscos, a seafood soup-stew or chowder. Brazil, using the black beans of the country ...

Art of South American Cookery 1996, Hippocrene Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780781804851

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