October 2013 Cookbook of the Month: THE FOOD OF PORTUGAL by Jean Anderson and THE NEW PORTUGUESE TABLE: EXCITING FLAVORS FROM EUROPE’S WESTERN COAST by David Leite
Welcome to the October 2013 Cookbooks of the Month. This month takes on a journey to discover Portugal’s cuisine which includes ingredients like chouriço, bacalhau, linguiça, seafood, pork, cilantro, and garlic just for starters. Raise a glass of vinho verde or port as we explore this country’s cuisine. Saúde!
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The announcement thread (which includes links to many online recipes): http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/917692
Please use this thread for general discussion on our October 2013 Cookbooks of the Month, FOOD OF PORTUGAL by Jean Anderson and THE NEW PORTUGUESE TABLE: EXCITING FLAVORS FROM EUROPE’S WESTERN COAST by David Leite. Feel free to discuss which recipes to choose, how you think the whole cookbook process is going, ingredient sources or any general comments about the book.
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Here are the links to the reporting threads for:
Little Bites; Appetizers and Condiments; Soups; Sundries http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/918716
Fish and Seafood http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/918717
Meats; Poultry http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/918718
Vegetables, Rice and Salads; Eggs, Vegetables and Rice http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/918714
Breads; Sweets; Sweets and Liqueurs http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/918715
Happy Cooking! Cozinhar Feliz!
re: c oliver
About this recipe, CO. As I was reading along I noticed that every so often two words were typed together. However when I got to the direction where the text said, "Scoop the spread into a serving dish and swirl the top with aspatula." Didn't I Google to find what out the seasoning "Aspatula" is.