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Spanish cuisine

source] Ángel Muro, a 19th-century food expert and author of the book Practicón. Simone and Ines Ortega, authors of 1080 recetas (1080 Recipes). Manuel...

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Migas canas

Foods To Die For - Madison Books, Andrews McMeel Publishing,LLC. p. 148. (in Spanish) El practicón : tratado completo de cocina - Ángel Muro. p. 412....

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History of chocolate in Spain

(1984), Horizontes culturales y literarios, p. 63. Ángel Muro (1890), El Practicón, Madrid Carrie Evangeline Farnham (1921), American travellers in Spain:...

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Céline Renooz

newspapers, but was best known as the author of a popular Spanish cookbook, El Practicón. After separating from Muro, Renooz began a prolific career in writing...

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Spanish cuisine

Spanish cuisine consists of the cooking traditions and practices from Spain. Olive oil (of which Spain is the world's largest producer) is heavily used in Spanish cuisine. It forms the base of many vegetable sauces (known in Spanish as sofritos). Herbs most commonly-used include parsley, oregano, rosemary and thyme. The use of garlic has been noted as "common to all Spanish cooking." The most used meats in Spanish cuisine include chicken, pork, lamb and veal. Fish and seafood are also consumed on a regular basis.Charles Perry refers to Spanish cuisine as "an existential sort of cuisine with a tough, dogged, living-on-the-edge character".

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