Piri Piri Starfish

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Allen & Unwin, 2008 - 254 páginas
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"Tessa Kiros believes that food is the essence of any country's people; a quilt that is patchworked together with their language, culture and songs. When she takes her family to live and travel in Portugal, she is captivated by the country and charmed by the old-fashioned way of doing things. Portugal has everything she loves: the markets, the sea, the beautiful old poussadas, but she would have gone for the pasteis de nata alone. In Piri Piri Star Fish: Portugal Found, Tessa embroiders the recipes, traditions and Portuguese way of living together with her own unique colours and threads. Some of the present day wonder of this small country can be attibuted to its great history during the Age of Discovery: when the world beyond nearby lands and seas was little more than a mysterious dream to most Europeans, this land of bay leaves, baccala and piri piri stretched out her roots over the globe." -- Provided by publisher.
 

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Tessa Kiros was born in London to a Finnish mother and a Greek-Cypriot father. She has lived in South Africa, London, Sydney, Athens and Mexico and is now based in Tuscany, Italy. Her cooking is influenced by her childhood experiences and a life of travel and exploration in various parts of the world. Tessa has collected and created her unique recipes over many years and continues to share special memories and moments with her readers along with wonderful, eclectic food. This is Tessa's fourth book and her previous titles are all available now from Murdoch Books.

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