Now more than ever, Southwestern food is a hugely popular trend. As ingredients are becoming more readily available to at-home cooks, there is a great demand for simple, delicious, and authentic recipes that bring Mexican and Southwestern food to our own tables.In their James Beard Book Award-winning cookbook, authors Cheryl Alters Jamison and Bill Jamison combine the best of Mexican and Southwest cooking, bringing together this large region's Native American, Spanish, Mexican, and Anglo culinary roots into one big, exuberant book - The Border Cookbook. In over 300 recipes they explore the common elements and regional differences of border cooking. They offer classic and new recipes that typify cuisines known as Tex-Mex, New Mexican, Sonoran, Cal-Mex, traditional Mexican, Gulf cuisine, and Native American; and their easy-to-follow recipes are suitable for every meal, every day of the week.
Publisher: Harvard Common Press,U.S.
Number of pages: 512
Weight: 928 g
Dimensions: 236 x 186 x 36 mm
"Cheryl and Bill Jamison make everyday home cooking an exciting adventure. The scents and flavors of authentic border dishes practically jump off the pages of this fine, big book. An outstanding achievement." --Dean Fearing, author of Dean Fearing's Southwest Cuisine
"Brimming with historical vignettes, tantalizing recipes, and poignant anecdotes." --Barbara Pool Fenzl, author of Southwest the Beautiful Cookbook
"The Jamisons have captured the rustic flavors of authentic border dishes found only at family tables and culinary pit stops along the border." --Jacqueline Higuera McMahan, author of California Rancho Cooking
"The Jamisons write with a no-holds-barred enthusiasm about border cooking. I know, from experience, that their food tastes exhuberant, but knowing the food's story makes it that much better." --Deborah Madison, author of The Greens Cookbook