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Coyote Cafe

by Mark Charles Miller

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Now in paperback!When Mark Miller opened the doors of Santa Fe'¬?s Coyote Cafe in 1987, the face of American cuisine changed forever. Blending centuries-old culinary traditions with modern techniques, Miller pioneered the emerging Southwestern cuisine, earning accolades and thrilling diners at the Coyote with his robust, inspired cooking. Originally published in 1989, COYOTE CAFE was Miller'¬?s first cookbook, and it has since sold over 200,000 copies, making it one of the best-selling full-color cookbooks ever. Nearly 15 years later, with Southwestern influences entrenched in kitchens across the country, we'¬?re excited to make this landmark book available to a new generation of cooks in a paperback edition. Featuring over 150 recipes, COYOTE CAFE presents the bold, sumptuous creations that have become Southwestern classics. Mexican, Hispanic, and Native American influences inflect such imaginative dishes as Wild Morel Tamales, Lobster Enchiladas, and Yucatan Lamb. When you try the vibrant cuisine of COYOTE CAFE, you'¬?re experiencing one of America'¬?s most dynamic regional cuisines.‚Ä¢ Over 200,000 copies sold in hardcover.‚Ä¢ Includes an extensive section on choosing and preparing over 35 fresh and dried varieties of chiles, as well as an in-depth glossary of ingredients. From the Trade Paperback edition.… (more)
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Now in paperback!When Mark Miller opened the doors of Santa Fe'¬?s Coyote Cafe in 1987, the face of American cuisine changed forever. Blending centuries-old culinary traditions with modern techniques, Miller pioneered the emerging Southwestern cuisine, earning accolades and thrilling diners at the Coyote with his robust, inspired cooking. Originally published in 1989, COYOTE CAFE was Miller'¬?s first cookbook, and it has since sold over 200,000 copies, making it one of the best-selling full-color cookbooks ever. Nearly 15 years later, with Southwestern influences entrenched in kitchens across the country, we'¬?re excited to make this landmark book available to a new generation of cooks in a paperback edition. Featuring over 150 recipes, COYOTE CAFE presents the bold, sumptuous creations that have become Southwestern classics. Mexican, Hispanic, and Native American influences inflect such imaginative dishes as Wild Morel Tamales, Lobster Enchiladas, and Yucatan Lamb. When you try the vibrant cuisine of COYOTE CAFE, you'¬?re experiencing one of America'¬?s most dynamic regional cuisines.‚Ä¢ Over 200,000 copies sold in hardcover.‚Ä¢ Includes an extensive section on choosing and preparing over 35 fresh and dried varieties of chiles, as well as an in-depth glossary of ingredients. From the Trade Paperback edition.

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