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    Review ------ This is a wonderfully different cookbook, with expected recipes like guava and cream cheese pastries and Cuban sandwiches along with street foods that are less familiar to most Americans, such as Brazilian avocado ice cream, Peruvian fried squid ceviche, Salvadoran pupusas and Guatemalan Christmas tamales.--Miami Herald Sandra Gutierrez takes the reader and home cook on a culinary road trip through 20 Latin American countries and introduces us to the best of each country's street food in 150 fun, authentic recipes.--Huffington Post Be prepared to embark on a journey that will take your taste buds to Mexico, Guatemala, Panama and beyond.--WFAE Guitierrez, quien se crio en Guatemala, es una autoridad en comida latinoamericana... Su libro ha sido nombrado uno de los 25 libros de cocina del ano por el New York Times.--AARP Magazine A beautiful book. . . . The recipes are well-written and, like all of Sandra's work, successful in your kitchen. . . . If you're looking for a cookbook to perk up your kitchen, give this one a read.--Edible Piedmont There is an undeniable element of fun that Gutierrez captures. . . . Authentic, yet approachable, these recipes will spark your kitchen and your table.--AppetiteForBooks.com Latin America has a rich and diverse tradition of street food, as evidenced by the latest book by Sandra Gutierrez.--Michael Hastings, Winston-Salem Journal Offers a glimpse of the variety of food that ended up being sold on streets from Lima, Peru, to Mexico City.--Raleigh News & Observer This first pan-Latin American street food cookbook features fascinating culinary history, personal stories and how-to tips.--Napa Valley Register This is not shy food -- no timid flavors here. . . . There are tips and techniques that help you along with unfamiliar ingredients or tricky recipes and plenty of good information along the way.--Pittsburgh Post Gazette Read more ( javascript:void(0) ) Review ------ Sandra Gutierrez's new cookbook is hip and delicious, evocative and practical, groundbreaking and wise. Gutierrez guides us though marketplaces, street corners, plazas, and home kitchens, documenting traditions, celebrating life, and explaining cultural distinctions along the way. She illuminates a vast category of cooking, spanning countries and centuries, transcending political boundaries to place us on the street, in the vibrant market stalls, sampling fresh, sizzling goodies from rolling carts and portable grills. Home cooks will find the recipes clear and accessible, an irresistible invitation from Sandra Gutierrez to bring the sparkling flavors of Latin street food into their kitchens and onto their tables.--Nancie McDermott, author of Southern Pies: A Gracious Plenty of Pie Recipes, from Lemon Chess to Chocolate Pecan "In Latin America there is a tenuous distinction between street food and the little dishes we eat as savory pick-me-ups with coffee or drinks at casual restaurants or at home. Tamales are sold door to door by street vendors, but they can also be the centerpiece of the Christmas Eve dinner. A fluid understanding of this central part of Latin cooking makes Sandra A. Gutierrez's Latin American Street Food a welcome addition to any cook's library. The recipes in this colorful, accessible, and enthusiastic cookbook can be a part of any formal or casual meal. They are delightful, easy to make, and will bring the vibrancy and excitement of the Latin street food scene to your table.--Maricel E. Presilla, author of Gran Cocina Latina: The Food of Latin America Contemporary, hip, and full of recipes for less-recognized but deeply loved dishes, Latin American Street Food samples the flavor and range of street foods while guiding readers of varying ages and skill sets.--Norman Van Aken, co-author of My Key West Kitchen: Recipes and Stories Read more ( javascript:void(0) ) See all Editorial Reviews ( /dp/product-description/1469608707/ref=dp_proddesc_0?ie=UTF8&n=283155&s=books&isInIframe=0 )
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