Pintxos are purported to have been invented by fishermen who visited the old part of San Sebastián to drink cider and wine. The would bring preserved anchovies, tuna, and pickled vegetables to accompany their drinks using toothpicks to ´pinchar´ their or hold everything together. Today the tapas experience seen in bars across Spain is taken to another level in San Sebastián. Here hundreds of people wander through the old town in search of specialty, high quality bites. The Basque country is famous for its pintxos and their classic or modern twist on tapas. In this recipe book we have hand picked a special collection of over 30 easy to recreate pintxo recipes worthy of impressing friends and family at home.
This is a food-obsessed people, and it’s not difficult to see why. With mountains and farmhouses to one side and an ocean full of marine life to another, the Basques have all the makings of a delicious meal at their doorstep. The quality of raw ingredients here is legendary, and...
**All copies are signed by the author ** Featured by The New York Times as one of the Best Cookbooks of Fall 2018 Basque Country is more than a little inaccessible—shielded by a unique language and a distinct culture, it’s an enigma to most outsiders. Until now. Marti Buckley, an American...
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