The Maverick Cookbook: Iconic Recipes & Tales from New Mexico

Lynn Cline Guy Ambrosino

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The Maverick Cookbook: Iconic Recipes & Tales from New Mexico

The Maverick Cookbook Iconic Recipes Tales from New Mexico One of The Most Exciting New Fall Cookbooks EpicuriousIn The Maverick Cookbook Lynn Cline chronicles the fascinating history of New Mexico cuisine through the stories of iconic figures fr

  • Title: The Maverick Cookbook: Iconic Recipes & Tales from New Mexico
  • Author: Lynn Cline Guy Ambrosino
  • ISBN: 9780991410576
  • Page: 271
  • Format: Hardcover
  • One of The 30 Most Exciting New Fall Cookbooks, 2015 EpicuriousIn The Maverick Cookbook, Lynn Cline chronicles the fascinating history of New Mexico cuisine through the stories of 12 iconic figures from Do a Tules, Fred Harvey and Billy the Kid to Georgia O Keeffe and Dennis Hopper These trailblazers include artists and authors, gamblers and outlaws, entrepreneurs,One of The 30 Most Exciting New Fall Cookbooks, 2015 EpicuriousIn The Maverick Cookbook, Lynn Cline chronicles the fascinating history of New Mexico cuisine through the stories of 12 iconic figures from Do a Tules, Fred Harvey and Billy the Kid to Georgia O Keeffe and Dennis Hopper These trailblazers include artists and authors, gamblers and outlaws, entrepreneurs, and the ancient Pueblo people, all of whom had a hand in shaping the region s celebrated cuisine Each story is inspired by history fictional imaginings of a day, or a moment, in the remarkable lives of these mavericks Each chapter includes original recipes with authentic ingredients and traditional techniques of the era And Guy Ambrosino s beautiful photographs capture the timelessness of the foods featured in the book, bringing the recipes to life in rich, vibrant color that will inspire you to make each dish at homeAISE FOR THE MAVERICK COOKBOOK I have been looking for a good New Mexico cookbook for years, craving the secrets of those chile sauces and pork stews I didn t expect to find one as pretty as this, though, nor as stuffed with regional culinary history Paula Forbes, Epicurious Cline combines her loves of history and gastronomy with her passion for storytelling to deliver a New Mexico themed cookbook unlike any other with mouth watering recipe photographs courtesy of Guy Ambrosino Rob DeWalt, Santa Fe Reporter What a fun and eye opening book DEBORAH MADISON, Best Selling Author of Local Flavors and Vegetable Literacy This cookbook is a must have for anyone who loves good food and recognizes the importance of our culinary heritage CHEF JOHNNY VEE, Food Editor, Santa Fean Magazine In this fascinating hybrid, history comes alive, folded in with luscious recipes and vibrant photos CANDACE WALSH, Author of Licking the Spoon A Memoir of Food, Family and Identity

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    One thought on “The Maverick Cookbook: Iconic Recipes & Tales from New Mexico

    1. Tricia Douglas on said:

      I was lucky enough to win this book on ! Love it! I especially like how the history of New Mexico is told through the lives of twelve famous figures: Georgia O'Keefe, Dennis Hopper, Fred Harvey and others. Original, great sounding recipes are included. And the photography is exquisite. If you like cookbooks, like I do, you'll enjoy this beautiful addition to your shelf.

    2. LJ on said:

      Beautifully written, creatively wrought, with stunning photographs by Guy Ambrosino. Recipes drawn from real history and folklore. Highly recommend it.

    3. Jeri on said:

      Great recipes and fantastic history of New Mexico and the people that have lived there.

    4. Nikki on said:

      The new releases this fall are just killing it. I like the recipes with a side of history format for cookbooks and this didn't disappoint, plus there's loads I've bookmarked to try.

    5. Angela on said:

      Get to know a little about Santa Fe's colorful history and characters in this cookbook. The authors have organized the recipes by the people who would have made these foods: blue corn atole by a pueblo grandmother in the 1350s, green chile lamb stew by Mabel Dodge Lujan in Taos, shrimp remoulade by Rosalea Murphy (founder of the Pink Adobe), Ghost Ranch Curried Chicken by Georgia O'Keefe, Dennis Hopper's huevos rancheros, and others. The recipes go beyond the blue corn/green chile stereotype of [...]

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