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A comprehensive guide to the culinary treasures of Chile, this book includes simple, everyday recipes, such as roast chicken and beef stew, as well as more complex and exotic fare, including blood sausage, fried frogs legs and rhubarb mousse.

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HASH(0x96101bc4) étoiles sur 5 Great Book to use IN Chile, too! 4 janvier 2006
Par Sean P. Riley - Publié sur
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This book has been a great resource as a gringo living in Chile. My girlfriend and I have made several of the recipies, particularly from the seafood section, a particularly useful resource. Our meals have been delicious. We are making food that at Chilean restaurants costs 4 or 5 times more than it costs us to make. And our food is usually better! The pisco recipies in the back are really useful, too. If not living in Chile, Joelson also provides useful potential substitutes.

The book is well researched, and you can learn a lot about the history and development of Chilean cuisine. Having the Chilean words for the ingredients has been invaluable here, too.

This book has really helped my girlfriend and I embrace Chilean cuisine, as we stand around the oven baking reyeneta or stirring up pisco sours. Instead of living in Chile and making familiar dishes with Chilean food, we are making Chilean dishes with Chilean food. It is really great.
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HASH(0x96813eac) étoiles sur 5 Welcome addition to personal and family cookbook collections 11 octobre 2004
Par Midwest Book Review - Publié sur
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Another of the outstanding regional and ethnic cookbooks from Hippocrene Books, Tasting Chile has as its focus the culinary traditions and dishes found in the South American nation of Chile where 2,500 miles of coastline offers and deep fertile valleys offer up a wealth of fish, fruit, vegetables, and more. Of special interest is the chapter dedicated to Chilean wines, and a Spanish-English dictionary of Chilean fish and shellfish. From Milcao Relleno con Chicharrones (Potato Pancakes Stuffed with Pork); to Porotos con Riendas (Cannellini Beans and Pasta); to Filete Serenense (Beef Sauteed in Papaya Sauce); to Leche Asada (Caramel Pudding), Tasting Chile is a welcome and recommended addition to personal and family cookbook collections for those who enjoy exploring the tastes and cuisines of other lands and other cultures.
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HASH(0x96813da4) étoiles sur 5 Joelson's Celebration is Delicious 30 septembre 2004
Par M.J. Whelan - Publié sur
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After years of lunching at a Chilean restaurant, I finally decided to research why I was always yearning for this cuisine. 'Tasting Chile' greatly pleased my most refined palate and I've begun trying my hand at cooking Chilean cuisine at home.
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HASH(0x95fab33c) étoiles sur 5 Closest gringo ingredients 12 mai 2008
Par L. J. Webb - Publié sur
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The hardest thing about cooking Chilean cuisine in the States is that many of the ingredients used in Chile don't exist here. This book gives excellent substitutes that are commonly found here. Pretty much any Chilean dish can be found in this book. Great buy.
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HASH(0x95eb2438) étoiles sur 5 Very nice book, but it does have some errors 23 juin 2007
Par SierraGeezer - Publié sur
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I bought this book after a trip to Chile, and wanted to use it to recreate some of the food we tasted there. I enjoyed reading the author's descriptions of Chilean food, especially the cultural references to Chile. I've been quite happy with most of the recipes I've tried, especially the Pastel de Choclo. However, both the recipe for Manjar, and the recipe for Brazo de Reina have problems, and I would recommend against trying them. I've written to Hippocrene Books, asking them to contact Mr. Joelson for corrections, but so far I've not heard from them (which I consider a BIG negative for a cookbook author). If/when I do hear from them, I'll update this review. Chris Braunlich
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