Yucatan: Recipes from a Culinary Expedition (The William and Bettye Nowlin Series in Art, History, and Culture of the Western Hemisphere)

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9780292735811: Yucatan: Recipes from a Culinary Expedition (The William and Bettye Nowlin Series in Art, History, and Culture of the Western Hemisphere)
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"The book runs through all the sub-regions of the Yucatan, almost a food-driven road trip in text. And beyond Sterling's encyclopedic and meticulously-researched knowledge of Yucatcan food, his love for and connection to the region and its fare are evident on every page; it is rare to find such humble passion and vigor in a volume that is so comprehensive and informational. The photographs capture scenes from the streets, food stalls, and home kitchens, as well as landscapes from the region. Nothing feels staged; the images of the recipes are mouth-watering, yet homey, imperfect, and entirely in tune with the rest of the book. The recipes, too, are surprisingly accessible." - Saveur "This is not just a cookbook; it's also a labor of love that well documents places, people, and, yes, food on Mexico's Yucatan peninsula [...]The more than 275 recipes are gathered in groupings based on the heartland, the coast, the cities, and the villages, populated, too, with excellent photographs of many Yucatan natives (meet 73-year-old Hernan Perrera Novelo, who still farms his plot). Ingredients are featured with a description and their culinary uses, including both familiar and indigenous, such as avocado, cashew apples, oscillated turkey, and lobster, to mention a handful. It will be difficult not to turn on all the burners and oven to try pilikanes, turkey in maize, fish-head soup, pan dulce, or crispy fried pork skin." - Booklist "The Yucatan Peninsula encompasses 132 miles for every page of this epic endeavor, surely the largest and most comprehensive exploration of Yucatan cook-ing to be found north of the Gulf of Mexico [...]mong the more than 275 recipes, are savory options like pork belly confit and mincemeat-filled maize dumplings, and sweets that make ample use of Mayan chocolate, such as the chocolate frozen custard with achiote, vanilla, allspice, and chile. A chapter on basic techniques, such as making tortillas and cooking tamales, rounds out the work, while an excellent categorical index of the recipes makes it easy to search out entrees based on ingredients rather than region." - Publishers Weekly "Sterling has compiled the archaeological history of the Mexican peninsula with more than 275 authentic recipes. It might look like a coffee table tome, but don't be fooled - the recipes are easy to follow and fit just about any lifestyle from hardcore gourmand to busy eater." - SA Current "[Yucatan] has more than 275 recipes and truly captures the cuisine of the region. But more than that, Sterling does a great job as a culinary travel guide, offering the inside scoop on the people, places, and ingredients of one of the world's great regional cuisines... I totally agree with Diana Kennedy's assessment of Sterling's work: "I know of no other book in print today, or in the past for that matter, that explains so meticulously the ingredients and history of the foods of Yucatan." - Burn Blog "[Diane] Kennedy's seal of approval says plenty about the integrity of Sterling's approach to Yucatecan cuisine... he delves deep into the history of the peninsula, filled with recipes from as far back as the pre-Columbian period, as well as dishes that are made and eaten today. (There is plenty of overlap, as I learned.) The abundant photographs and short essays on nearly every page, giving the book vibrancy and clear sense of place... Sterling's adaptations of this food are all deeply, deeply satisfying." - Serious Eats "A stunning new addition ... Yucatan: Recipes from a Culinary Expedition by David Sterling offers not only tons of incredible recipes and gorgeous photography, but a wonderful introduction to the Yucatecan people, culture, history, and environment as well. I was thrilled to have the opportunity to explore this beautiful book, and can say with no hesitation that it holds a feast of delights in store for both newcomers to and seasoned gourmands familiar with Yucatecan cuisine." - BookPeople blog

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"Lavishly produced, with hundreds of photographs, Yucatan is part travelogue, part history, part encyclopedia, written in an unexpectedly casual, engaging style." The New York Times Book Review "Endorsements from Mexican culinary expert Diana Kennedy come few and far between, so Sterling, the founder of Los Dos Cooking School, must know what he's doing. At 500-plus pages and coffee-table size, the book is sure to be a long-term, definitive reference guide. " Washington Post "Beyond Sterling's encyclopedic and meticulously-researched knowledge of Yucatecan food, his love for and connection to the region and its fare are evident on every page; it is rare to find such humble passion and vigor in a volume that is so comprehensive and informational." Saveur "David Sterling's Yucatan would be a remarkable book in any year and sets a high bar for future aspirants to The Art of Eating Prize. It's an impressively synoptic portrait of a little-known region and its rich food culture, the product of years of immersive experience and study, whose genial prose, copious photographs, and approachable recipes work together beautifully to communicate the vitality of Yucatecan cooking." Art of Eating Prize "Starting the book knowing nothing about the Yucatan, except that it looks like a nice place to go on vacation, I quickly realized I was in the hands of an expert. I was easily drawn into the narrative of this ideologically isolated peninsula, even when that narrative had nothing whatsoever to do with food. History, geography, biology - you'll get a little bit of everything with this book. Of course, eventually it all ties back to food and cooking, and I don't know if there was a single recipe in this book that I wasn't interested in trying." Katie at the Kitchen Door "Sterling does a great job as a culinary travel guide, offering the inside scoop on the people, places, and ingredients of one of the world's greatest regional cuisines." Albuquerque's Local IQ "David Sterling must have taken great joy in putting this book together, for it reflects tireless research that was surely driven by an intense desire to learn as much as possible about the cuisine and the culinary traditions of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula." Mexconnect "Whether you want to learn how to cook this cuisine or just want to take a trip (without the airplane ride) this book is worth the effort to consume." Portland Book Review "David Sterling has possibly penned the reader of the year with his six-and-a-half pound, 576-page Yucatan: Recipes from a Culinary Expedition, surely the most authoritative tome that land's cuisine has ever seen." Star News Online "In the lavishly illustrated book, Sterling, who runs a cooking school in Mexico, pulls together the various ethnic and cultural strands that make up Yucatecan cooking-influences from France, Spain and Portugal, Lebanon and elsewhere in the Middle East, Africa and the Caribbean." The Los Angeles Times

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