Coyote Cafe Cookbook by Mark Miller, Sante Fe, NM
Coyote Cafe Cookbook from the Sante Fe, New Mexico restaurant features Southwestern cuisine. This cookbook presents 150 of its most memorable recipes. Don't miss this special cookbook!
Format: Hardcover with dust jacket, 192 pages
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
Author: Mark Miller
Description: In this book, as in the restaurant, you will find a delightful medley of unusual elements. Modem Southwestern cuisine is constantly redefined at Coyote Cafe in Santa Fe, blending centuries-old traditions with modem techniques and expressive flavors. A hint of Coyote the trickster, the merrymaker, dances forth from the vivid color illustrations on almost every page of the book, which reflect the artwork and spirit used in the design of Coyote Cafe.
There are over 150 flavorful recipes, some traditional and some modem, including zingy salsas, breads, hearty soups, appetizers and tamales, wonderful seafood, game and meat, delicious desserts, plus Coyote's Bag of Tricks -- all dishes to make you howl with delight. Mark Miller has added an in-depth glossary of ingredients most commonly used in Southwestern cuisine, descriptions for 35 fresh and dried chiles, and a list of equipment and techniques. Each recipe has his personal introduction which describes the origin of the recipe or recounts an anecdote connected with it.
When you try the unusual, imaginative Southwestern cuisine of Mark Miller's Coyote Cafe, be prepared to kick back, let out a yell, and enjoy fully the sheer exuberance of this food. If you can't be in Santa Fe every day for dinner, this book is the next best thing.
Condition: Good condition.
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