Cafe Pasqual's, a small, bustling, and perpetually jammed restaurant in the heart of Santa Fe, draws on a wide range of Southwestern and Mexican culinary traditions to create an original menu based on fresh, authentic ingredients and emphatic flavors. This first collection of over 60 recipes from Cafe Pasqual's includes an enticing variety of easy-to-prepare dishes for every meal of the day, from simple breakfast quesadillas to all-out dinners. Illustrated with hand-tinted photographs and bright, kitschy Mexican calendar art, complete with a glossary of ingredients and a mail-order source guide, Cafe Pasqual's Cookbook celebrates the spirited flavors and irrepressible appeal of what is fast becoming the nation's most popular regional cuisine.
|Publisher:||Chronicle Books LLC|
|Product dimensions:||9.75(w) x 10.12(h) x 0.37(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 18 Years|
About the Author
Katharine Kagel is originally from a Northern California family that enjoyed preparing bountiful weekly feasts and is the founder, chef, and guiding spiri of Cafe Pasqual's. She moved to Santa Fe in 1978, opening her restaurant the following year. She also
Barbara Simpson is a fine-art photographer and a film location manager whose work takes her on extensive trips throughout New Mexico.