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cooking of Spain and Portugal

Peter S. Feibleman

cooking of Spain and Portugal

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Published by Time-Life in Amsterdam .
Written in English


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StatementPeter S. Feibleman and the Editors of Time-Life Books.
SeriesFoods of the world / Time-Life Books, Foods of the world
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21432385M


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She has never lost her interest in the Iberian Peninsula, returning over the years to learn more about a cuisine that has always fascinated her. As one of the most distinguished authorities on Spanish and Latin American cooking, the author has written the definitive book on the cuisine of the Iberian peninsula, known for its abundance of fresh foods and use of ingredients such as corn, tomatoes, and pumpkins/5(5).

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Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. The cooking of Spain and Portugal by Feibleman, Peter S., ; Time-Life Books. Publication date Topics Cooking, Spanish, Cooking, Portuguese Publisher New York Pages: The cooking of Spain and Portugal.

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Ingredients: onions; bay leaves; shrimp; whole lobsters; white pepper; olive oil; parsley; romaine lettuce; tomatoes; eggs. /5(2). Salt cod with potatoes, onions and black olives (Bacalhau à gomes de sá) from Cooking of Spain & Portugal (Foods of the World) by Peter S.

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The cooking of Spain and Portugal --v. Recipes. Series Title: Foods of the world. Responsibility: by Peter S. Feibleman and the editors of Time-Life Books ; photographed by Dmitri Kessel and Brian Seed.

Get this from a library. Recipes: the cooking of Spain and Portugal. [Peter S Feibleman; Time-Life Books.;] -- Discusses the cuisine of the provinces of Spain and Portugal. Provides many traditional recipes from these regions. Savoring Spain & Portugal book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

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