Book: Subijana Pedro «Akelare (изд. 2017 г. )»

Akelare (изд. 2017 г. )

Производитель: "Grub Street"

After nearly forty years, Pedro Subijana, the three star Michelin chef and his world-famous restaurant, Akelare, is at the forefront of the New Basque Cuisine, championed in the 70s by Juan Mari Arzak. In the words of Subijana,`New Basque Cuisine aims to focus on seasonal products but adding a large dose of imagination and pushing back the frontiers`. Above all, he says,`Throughout the meal, we take care of every last detail to ensure that the occasion is a memorable one`. His restaurant Akelare (a Basque word that has entered the Spanish language, meaning a coven of witches) is in a spectacular location on the slopes of the Monte Igueldo, one of the symbols of the beautiful city of San Sebastian, and looks over the Bay of Biscay; it has got to be one of the most special places for a meal anywhere in the worldHere in this visually stunning production you will find some of the culinary creations of Pedro Subijana from the last ten years and you will find excellence, innovation and the avant garde, three terms that could define Akelare`s style, as well as an insight into the work of the kitchen and its extensive team.

Издательство: "Grub Street" (2017)

ISBN: 978-1-910690-45-1

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  • Grub Street — Grub Grub, n. 1. (Zo[ o]l.) The larva of an insect, especially of a beetle; called also {grubworm}. See Illust. of {Goldsmith beetle}, under {Goldsmith}. [1913 Webster] Yet your butterfly was a grub. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. A short, thick man; a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • grub-street — Grub Street, 1. a former street in London, where struggling writers lived (now caed Milton Street). 2. writers who write merely to earn money; hack writers: »He [Balzac] served a long apprenticeship in the labyrinth of Grub Street (Listener).… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Grub Street — Grub′ Street n. 1) geg a street in London formerly inhabited by impoverished writers and literary hacks 2) lit. literary hacks collectively …   From formal English to slang

  • Grub Street — Until the early 1800s, Grub Street was the name of a street in London s impoverished Moorfields district. In the 1700s and 1800s, the street was famous for its concentration of mediocre, impoverished hack writers , aspiring poets, and low end… …   Wikipedia

  • Grub Street — n. (often attrib.) the world or class of literary hacks and impoverished authors. Etymology: name of a street (later Milton St.) in Moorgate, London, inhabited by these in the 17th c. * * * noun the world of literary hacks • Hypernyms: ↑world,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Grub Street — 1. a street in London, England: formerly inhabited by many impoverished minor writers and literary hacks; now called Milton Street. 2. petty and needy authors, or literary hacks, collectively. * * * ▪ literary hacks       the world of literary… …   Universalium

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  • Grub Street —    See Milton Street.    Not properly Grub Street any further than the Post and Chain ; the other part in the Freedom or Liberty of the City is called Grape Street (W. Stow, 1722) …   Dictionary of London

  • Grub Street — noun Etymology: Grub Street, London, formerly inhabited by literary hacks Date: 1630 the world or category of needy literary hacks …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Grub Street — noun the home or state of impoverished writers and literary hacks Upon the occaision of his first publication he quit his day job, only to find that Grub Street wasnt lined with manors and villas but hovels and slums …   Wiktionary

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