Tapas, Classic Small Dishes from Spain

Tapas, Classic Small Dishes from Spain, by Elisabeth LuardWith so much buzz lately about Spanish tapas (there ALWAYS seems to be buzz about Spanish tapas), after famed French chef Joël Robuchon’s comments at last week’s Madrid Fusión about tapas bars being the future of global cuisine, this seems like the ideal time to draw attention to a book that pays homage to these wonderful elements of Spanish cuisine.

British food writer and journalist Elisabeth Luard’s cookbook, Tapas, Classic Small Dishes from Spain (Grub Street, 2011), is the perfect companion for seasoned tapas lovers like Mr. Robuchon, or newcomers to this Spanish cultural and gastronomic tradition.

With over 200 pages divided into chapters including salads, vegetables, meat, fish, shellfish, chicken and game, and more, Luard’s cookbook draws readers in with a wide variety of tapas recipes, and keeps them riveted with tips about how to best present and enjoy them.

 

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