Dining at Dusk: Evening Eats – Tapas, Antipasti, Mezze, Ceviche and Aperitifs from Around the World
Wouldn’t you love to travel the world, sampling the best of each region’s cuisine along the way? This book is the next best thing, as the author invites you along on his culinary travel adventures, highlighting the small eats and little dishes each culture enjoys sharing with friends and loved ones at the close of the day. The scope is vast, in fact traversing the globe, so there are only a few recipes from any particular area. But collected together here are dozens of delicious snacks and small meals that give a tiny but mouth-watering sample of what the world has to offer, including Australian grilled sandwiches, Chinese steamed buns, Swiss raclette, Danish smorgasbord, Moroccan hummus, Portuguese fish salads, Brazilian ceviche, and so much more. The recipes are easy to follow, all accompanied by gorgeous photos of the food as well as its native home in restaurants and cityscapes, so you almost feel like you’ve been there. Finally, the author offers complementary drink pairings, including many non-alcoholic options, and suggests ideal music to complete the experience. It’s a lovely read, a treat for the senses, which is just what evening dining is meant to be.
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|Page Count||240 pages|
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|Category||Cooking, Food & Wine|