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    The Food of Miami: Authentic Receipes from South Florida and the Keys (Periplus World Food Cookbooks)

    by:
    Stuart, Caroline
    Hamersly, Kendall



    Publisher:
    Periplus Editions
    Published: September 1, 1999
    ISBN: 9625932313
    Format:Hardcover
    Pages:142


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    Book Description
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    Native Floridian Caroline Stuart may reside in Connecticut with her family, but her heart's home must be somewhere in or around Miami. Such is the booster enthusiasm she imparts to The Food of Miami: Authentic Recipes from South Florida and the Keys. If that title has you thinking of a cookbook that delves into the mysteries of South Florida's culinary history, Norman Van Aken's Mongolian-Spiced Veal Chops with Japanese Eggplant and Tamarind Soy Spice Paint ought to come as a wake-up call.

    Stuart has combined some of her favorite recipes with those of South Florida's latest, hottest chefs. It's a gorgeous book, a romp through any and every culinary influence of the past 20 years in Miami and its environs. So, sure, there are Stone Crab Cakes and Conch Fritters, Conch Chowder, and Key Lime Pie. But you're also going to find Lobster Quesadillas, Jamaican Seafood Soup, Achiote-Marinated Grilled Chicken Salad, Stuffed Quail with Plantains, and even Goat and Florida Lobster Cassoulet.

    It's a feast for the eyes, The Food of Miami. And it may well be a feast for the soul, too. --Schuyler Ingle

    Product Description:
    The Food of Miami showcases the best of today's exciting food fusions, featuring recipes from the most popular restaurants as well as the traditional dishes of South Florida. Recipes have been contributed by top chefs and restaurants, including: Norman's, Chef Allen's, Norma's on the Beach, Two Chefs Cookinging, Pacific Times, Yuca, and Turnberry Isle Resort and Club. A detailed ingredients section describes any unusual items, suggesting preparation techniques and alternatives.


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