Catalonia: Recipes from Barcelona and Beyond Hardcover – 19 Oct 2017
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A truly beautiful book, written by my favourite Spanish man. These pages are packed with joyful rays of inspiration and utter deliciousness. --Jamie Oliver
About the Author
José Pizarro is an award-winning chef and bestselling author. He worked at Meson de Doña Filo in Madrid before coming to London, where he co-founded the Brindisa restaurants with the Eyre Brothers. He now runs the successful tapas and sherry bar José and restaurant Pizarro in Bermondsey Street and 'José Pizarro' on Broadgate. He regularly appears on BBC's Saturday Kitchen and Channel 4's Sunday Brunch. His first book, Seasonal Spanish Food won a Gourmand World Cookbook Award and was nominated for the IACP and Cordon Bleu awards. Basque was one of Observer Food Monthly's 'Books of 2016'.
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Catalonia contains recipes that are perfect for the home cook, not just professionals - the ingredients are easy to find and the recipes easy to follow. I'm looking forward to working my way through my favourites to see if I can achieve good results. I doubt I'll get dishes to look like the photos because these are pretty outstanding- should be in the national geographic! It's a fantastic book - 5 stars without a doubt.
Baby artichokes is one that stood out. You be lucky to find them here, even in the Turkish veggie shops. More likely to find the big ones, but for them to be tender enough to eat in one mouthful is not something that would be common in London less they are pre marinated in vacuum bags in your local deli.
Still. As a cook, I do like his book, but it does cater for a smaller group than you would expect.