Cookbooks

That gastronomy is still a trend is clear when checking the amount of books that are published every year. Over time I have become more selective, for reasons of space but especially because there are few who really give me something. That is why I love getting to know initiatives like Refugeat, a project that will become a book of stories and recipes learned in a refugee camp in Greece for solidarity purposes.

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Every April 23 the tradition of giving books and roses returns to our country. For that reason we celebrate the International Book Day and the festival of Sant Jordi with nine books to complete your culinary library, our selection of the latest publications. We have searched Amazon so that you can also acquire them by taking advantage of the traditional discounts we find at this time.

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Making a selection of essential cookbooks is not easy, but certainly there are titles that are useful for any amateur (and even for professional chefs), and that come great in every home. We talk about historical titles, bestsellers and followers across the planet, in short, basic classics that have not stopped reissuing since its appearance, sometimes decades ago.

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We are in the equator of the Christmas holidays, today is the last day of the year and in a few days the Magi will arrive. Have you been good? Do you have the letter written with your wishes for day 6? For a kitchenette and lover of gastronomy there are a lot of options to choose from, one of them are gastronomic books, so we are going to propose 15 cookbooks and gastronomy for a very tasty Three Kings Day.

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Years ago they gave me Leonardo da Vinci cooking notes, a fun and witty book that I keep as gold on cloth. Although I am not a person to read the same book twice, I occasionally return to get lost again in the madness of genius and I am not disappointed in the least to know the details and the history that it contains.

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From memory, I don't know how to calculate how many volumes my small gastronomic library has, since, although it is abundant, I still buy recipe books and gastronomic techniques practically every month. Today I want to recommend some of the recent appearance that for me are the best cookbooks to continue learning every day.

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We like books and if they are cooking, even more. And we know that we are not the only ones, that there are many parents out there who enjoy reading about gastronomy, learning new techniques or imagining the flavors of the recipes that are hidden between their pages. If your father is one of these, our modest selection of cookbooks to give Father's Day may be what you need to hit the spot next Sunday.

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If there is a character in the gastronomic panorama of our country that has contributed to placing the kitchen in the place it deserves, it is Simone Klein. With French roots, but resident in Spain for most of her life, she adopted her husband's last name, which we all know: Simone Ortega.

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The kitchen is fashionable. Television programs related to gastronomy triumph, one of the sections of the most visited bookstores is that of cookbooks and if before children wanted to be doctors, hostesses or firefighters now they want to be renowned chefs and pastry chefs. But if you really think you have a special gift for cooking and want to be a chef in the future, not only will you have to train in one of the great hospitality schools in our country, but you will have to get a good library Where to consult your doubts, learn new techniques and try different recipes.

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A kitchenette that boasts, in addition to always being aware of the latest recipes and the most innovative trends to surprise your guests, always try to surround yourself with the best manuals to perfect your technique. That is why today we have selected the eleven books that a kitchenette needs to know everything about cooking.

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The current gastronomic editorial landscape is full of books in which the recipes are the queens of its contents. Although great, from time to time it is appreciated to find different works such as The Secrets of Chocolate, Journey to the work of Jacques Genin. A book in comic format that gathers the main attractions and details of the elaboration of this precious sweet.

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Do you like baking and have not yet made the letter to the Kings? Then you are in luck and you do not need to look any further, Martha Stewart Cakes, with one hundred and fifty classic recipes perfect for any celebration, is your ideal gift, I assure you that you will be excited. It had been a while since I had an eye on him and when I could finally get it, it has been a huge rush, because the recipes have far exceeded my expectations.

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Who is Linda Lomelino? Those who, like me, like pastries as much as photography or styling will answer me right away, as she is the archifamous author of the Call me cupcake blog, with thousands of followers worldwide on social networks. His photos are pure art and his recipes for pies and cakes are perfection made sweet.

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