The World in Bite Size by Paul Gayler
Tapas, Mezze And Other Tasty Morsels

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A stylish round-up of the world's best food: quick, short and easy recipes, which will help you to create little bites of food to stimulate and excite the palate.

About Paul Gayler

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Paul Gayler is executive chef at the prestigious Lanesborough hotel on London's Hyde Park, where he leads a team of 35 chefs, and oversees a restaurant and six banqueting rooms. He has twenty years of experience in some of the most respected kitchens and restaurants in Europe and is well known for being one of the first chefs to create dishes on his a la carte menu specifically catering or vegetarians. Paul has made several appearances on television in the UK and has written nine cookbooks. He lives in England. Cassidy is a London-based photographer and champagne lover. He specializes in food and travel, and his work appears in many magazines.
Published October 11, 2007 by Kyle Cathie. 192 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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Fans of the classic fried croquette will find versions ranging from the doughy Coxinha of Brazil and Stilton Fritters from Great Britain to an Italian version employing porcini mushrooms, and Crispy Pork Rillettes (a breaded, fried terrine of shredded pork) from France.

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