Arte Institute suggests the book “Azorean Cooking, From My Family Table To Yours” by Maria Lawton.
Azorean Cooking will transport you to a kitchen as fragrant as your grandmother’s. Traditional, homey dishes such as Arroz Doce (Sweet Rice Pudding), Massa Sovada (Sweet Bread) and Sopa de Couve (Kale Soup) and Azorean classics such as Cozido (Boiled Dinner), Caçoila (Marinated Pork), and Camarão Moçambique (Shrimp Mozambique) build a bridge between generations.
No matter your heritage, this charming cookbook is a pleasure, providing the perfect introduction to the culture, food, and history of this remarkable region. Already a proven winner with wide appeal, Azorean Cooking is positioned to do exceedingly well in bookstores and markets nationwide.
ABOUT AZOREAN COOKING
I’m not a chef and I don’t pretend to have any professional techniques. I only profess to have a love for the meals that mean so much to me and for the family members I now get to share those meals with. In the future I plan on putting together these recipes in a cookbook, but for now I am testing them all out. With the help of all my taste testers I plan on sharing them with you… I hope that you enjoy these recipes, too.