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Just like Abuela's cooking! 3 octobre 2004
Par Elena Hernandez - Publié sur
Format: Relié
My father is Cuban and I grew up learning to love Yuca con Mojo and Guayaba. There is this thing about Cubans and food, and it is remarkable how people that left the country 45 years ago still talk and eat the cubano way. As a professional Chef, I have used this book to develop new dishes and flavors in my kitchen. Yes I have a Cuban grandmother and lots of aunts that gave me great recipes, but this book is a very complete collection of the most traditional recipes, and of all the cuban cookbooks I have looked at, I would say this is the best.

From the famous Ajiaco Criollo, to the delicious sandwiches (Pan con Lechón, Medianoche, Elena Ruz), to the delicious Pastel de Pollo (Chicken Pot Pie) that I absolutely love and have prepared many many times, the Arroz Congri (Cuban Red Beans and Rice), to all the Flans and Puddings and my father's favorite Guava Tart (Pastel de Guayaba). You will never get tired of this book. Every single recipe we have tried in our family, according to my father,closely resembles his own mother's home cooking. I absolutely love it and would definately recommend it.
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One of my favorite cookbooks 3 juin 2005
Par A Reviewer - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
While not of Cuban descent myself, I fell in love with Cuban food during my travels in Miami, Tampa, and Latin America. As a student of traditional cuisines of the world (particularly of the Mediterranean and Caribbean), I own over 100 cookbooks and this one is easily in my top five. It is traditional, authentic, and contains many great recipes. As mentioned by a previous reviewer, Cuban cooking is not the same as Mexican. Mexican cooking is basically a Native American Indian cuisine, with some European Spanish influence. Cuban cooking is a blend of European Spanish and Afro-Caribbean traditions, and the Spanish influence is somewhat stronger than in Mexican cuisine. Cuban cooking does not make use of chile peppers or tortilla flat breads. It does use lots of garlic, olive oil, onions, and some Caribbean crops such as plantains. Both are great cuisines, just different. The recipes in this book are generally straightforward and not too difficult. We find that the ingredients are usually easy to find at our local grocery store. As to our favorites: "Mom's black bean soup" is the best we've had, anywhere (We don't puree ours, just add enough water to get the right consistency). The sandwiches are also excellent: Pan con lechon is perhaps the greatest sandwich ever devised by Man. Marinated, slow-roasted pork on crusty bread, which is first slathered with Mojo sauce: a sauteed mixture of olive oil, garlic, onions, and orange, lemon, and lime juice. The sandwich is then lightly toasted. The Sandwich Cubano is also very good, as are the many seafood recipes: garlic shrimp is a favorite. Also try the avocado salad as an accompaniment: we're addicted to it. Enjoy.
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This book is really terrific! 25 mars 2000
Par A. Barrett - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I was born in Cuba and was used to Cuban cooking with minimal ingredients. Once we moved to this country, my mother was able to cook our food the way it was intended to be cooked. I have re-discovered these wonderful flavors all over again by following the author's recipes. Although I am too young to have experienced the "real Cuba", as my mother called it, I was enthralled by the author's experiences in our homeland. This book has been a blessing. My not so Cuban husband has loved every recipe that I have taken the time to make.
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For Anyone Who Wants To Cook REAL Cuban Food!!!!!!!! 10 décembre 2002
Par O. Palacio - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Unless you get recipes from your Cuban grandmother there is nothing better than this book. The writer's lovely descriptions of her days as a little girl in Cuba and the can't miss recipes are what make this book a true gem. I was happy to see recipes for dishes that I grew up with but never knew how to make. If you have the time and calories to spare make the Pastel De Pollo it is divino!!!
The recipe for Mojo Criollo was great, I made it with Yuca for Thanksgiving and my entire Cuban family thought it was my grandmother's recipe.
Gracias Mary your book will be treasured in my home.
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THIS IS THE ONE! 19 octobre 2004
Par L. McMullen - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I have purchased and have been given 8 Cuban cookbooks over the years...and this is the only one I use. My parents are both Cuban. I grew up in Miami and now live in LA. Unfortunately my mother never taught me to cook her amazing Cuban dishes while I was growing up. It is difficult to get her recipes over the phone because it's always a pinch of this and dash of that. This cookbook is amazing. I have made arroz con pollo, picadillo, carne con papas, ropa vieja, arroz con lentejas and they have all come out the way I know they should. Most importantly, the recipes in this book do not request ingredients that I know my mother never had in the kitchen. I purchased this cookbook as a Christmas present for my brothers and sisters and they agree!
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