By a series of happy coincidences, kitchen plus which now do not come to story, falls in my hands the book table and tablecloths: History of power in India, the writer, historian and teacher, Xavier Castro. The book published this year in 2010 Biblos publishing house, within its collection Mandaio. (Byblos, kitchen plus the generic level, has been a Club of Readers Galicia in the style of the classic Book Club, with its periodic magazine, with news, with its model of shopping recommendations, website, etc., all done from Galicia and Galicia, all in galician. Also with their own publications, where they come into play at the table and tablecloths Xabier Castro. A very welcome initiative that should be supported kitchen plus with all the senses as a way of development and conservation issue, the culture and the same language Galician). I hear Xavier Castro in their collaborations to Come and Talk of the Galician, saborosísima a mixture of history and gastronomy. Faithful to the idea that we have to know where we come to understand where we are, the power of a people can not remain beyond its own history and the overall kitchen plus impact of this on the development of ways to feed that society.
And this is, precisely, and a direct, clear and very mild, which makes this book Xavier Castro. Following the chronological scheme of the various vicissitudes that shape the history of Galicia (first inhabitants, invasions, relations with Castile etc.), the author shows us how these interferences will shape gradually, the pillars of gastronomy: the history of the product ( which, as and when they become part of the popular Galician kitchen), advances in the way to preserve these raw materials, the evolution of the basic ways of cooking and also the preparation and presentation of the final food. (The topic of Galician chestnuts in food, why, how and when the entry of potato or corn, the close relationship with the clergy winemaking, when and how to incorporate the various plant and animal fats for frying, etc.) A highly recommended book, almost essential, for the gourmand Galicians who, in addition to gobble and drink, we want to know a little more of what we eat and drink, of which we plan to exist beyond considering eat but eat one of the pillars of existence.
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