Authentic Spanish Cooking (ePub)
As featured in Hello! magazine: Julie Neville opens up about her family life as she unveils her new Spanish cookery book
Up until three years ago I was confident that I had experienced true Spanish cooking bringing together the many flavours of the Mediterranean – and its health benefits too. I had holidayed many times in this incredible country and sampled many traditional dishes and there are numerous lovely Spanish restaurants emerging all over the UK now too.
Moving to Spain in 2015 made me quickly realise that I had not even scratched the surface and that the types of foods the Spanish eat, when they eat, their cooking methods and their use of herbs, spices, oils and locally produced foods was so incredibly different to anything I had tasted or experienced before.
My quest to learn as much as I could during my time in Spain about their food and culture resulted in me working in a wide range of incredible restaurants, some Michelin Star with award winning chefs and others only the locals would know where the grandmother is still cooking her famous recipes in what was her original house 60 years earlier. Some in the city, some by the beach and others hidden in the mountains.
Collaborating with many of the restaurants in which I worked, I have now brought to you Authentic Spanish Cooking which shares the recipes of restaurant quality food that you can easily recreate in your own home using traditional ingredients and methods. With each restaurant we have provided their most popular dishes including a starter, main course and dessert.
Article ‘Premiership home cooking’, words by Joanne GoodwinCheshire Life, January 2021
The quality of the pictures is excellent and shows the dishes off at their best. If you love food and are interested in seeing how and what Spain has to offer over and above tapas and paella then this is a nice addition to your cook book collection.For the Love of Books
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Author article on The Olive PressThe Olive Press
Neville moved to Spain in 2015, believing she knew everything about Spanish cooking. She soon learned she knew nothing at all, working in restaurants in big cities and small villages, she learns the secrets to preparing real Spanish food. She shares those recipes with readers in this beautifully illustrated volume perfect for cooks and armchair travelers alike.Cayocosta 72, Rose Smith
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Author Q&A as featured byCheshire Life, March 2020
Exclusive interview and photos: On winning form in her magnificent mansion Julie Neville tells of life with football legend Phil and her recipe for keeping their home team happyHello! magazine, 10th February 2020
Cook's new taste of SpainManchester Evening News, 16th February 2020