Tapas by Joyce Goldstein

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An expert in Mediterranean cuisine, Joyce Goldstein brings the warmth of Spain across the Atlantic with this delightful array of tapas recipes. These treats are small, savory, and perfect for an evening in with friends. Whether reliving a delicious trip to a tapas bar in Spain or discovering these small-plate delights for the first time, readers will find Goldstein's 60 recipes authentic, easy to make, and pleasing to the palate. Nothing could be a better accompaniment to a lingering glass of Catalonian wine than a few bites each of Fried Marcona Almonds, Chorizo Sausages Sautéed in Cider, and thin slices of Serrano Ham. With a short history detailing the origins of Spanish cooking, Tapas will have crowds of fans asking for más.

About Joyce Goldstein

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Joyce Goldstein is a renowned chef, author, and teacher. She has traveled extensively in Spain and published several Mediterranean cookbooks. She lives in San Francisco. Leigh Beisch has photographed for many Chronicle cookbooks, including Holiday Baking and Sticky, Chewy, Messy, Gooey.
Published January 25, 2013 by Chronicle Books LLC. 168 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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Goldstein, author of Antipasti and Italian Slow and Savory , ably whittles down the expansive gastronomy of Spain into a worth

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