Latin Grilling

Ebook $16.99

Ten Speed Press | Apr 26, 2011 | 176 Pages | ISBN 9781607740674

  • Paperback$22.00

    Ten Speed Press | Apr 26, 2011 | 192 Pages | 7-3/8 x 9-1/2 | ISBN 9781607740049

  • Ebook$16.99

    Ten Speed Press | Apr 26, 2011 | 176 Pages | ISBN 9781607740674

Praise

“Miami chef Castro (Simply Mexican) offers a flavorful addition to the stacks of grilling cookbooks. She offers grilling tips, discusses grilling with wood and charcoal, and writes on rubs, marinades, and glazes. The recipes, written for the novice cook, include Mexican Chocolate Cupcakes with Cajeta Buttercream (topped with caramel buttercream), Nicaraguan Grilled Skirt Steak (a simple recipe for steak marinated with fresh parsley sauce), and Butter Rum Cake with Lime Icing (a traditional Cuban dessert made with vanilla instant pudding, light rum, vanilla, lime juice, and fresh mint).”
—Library Journal, 6/15/11

“Having directed a culinary academy in Florida, and currently teaching food science at New York University, Castro (Simply Mexican) provides a well-thought-out syllabus balancing the love of grilling up a fiesta with the often overlooked culinary reality that Latin America is “a huge region made up of many countries.” Employing 90 different recipes, she creates 10 cookout menus, each with a cocktail, starters, entrees, sides, and a dessert, and each representative of different locales and their various influences. The Yucatecan Barbecue plays off that area’s love of citrus with a lime-marinated shrimp and crab, while the Nicaraguan Ranch Roast includes a coffee-rubbed cowboy rib-eye, bringing together two essential staples from that country. Regionalized drinks include a Peruvian pisco sour and Cuba’s “national cocktail,” the mojito. Coconut cupcakes finish off a Brazilian rodizio, while in the northern Andes, Venezuelan chocolate pudding is the preferred dessert. In addition to the brief food geography lessons that begin each chapter, there are “menu game plans” for plotting out the meal time line, from prepping a day in advance to wrapping leftover grilled pork to use later for cubano sandwiches. (Apr.)”
—Publishers Weekly, 3/21/11

Table Of Contents

Introduction {6}
Guide to Grilling {8}
 
Mexican Frontera Cookout {16}
Yucatecan Barbecue {40}
Nicaraguan Ranch Roast {56}
Cuban Cookout {70}
Northern Andean Barbecue {92}
The Peruvian Grill {104}
Patagonian Asado {126}
The Argentine Grill {140}
Chilean Seafood Cookout {158}
Brazilian Rodizio {170}
 
Acknowledgments {186}
Index {187}

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