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Chef Carlos Ribeiro and his guests explore the pleasures of the good table and invite us to a feast of sacred tastes and knowledge.
Chef Carlos Ribeiro and his guests explore the pleasures of the good table and invite us to a feast of tastes and sacred knowledge inspired by the traditional offerings of the Orishas! In Sacred Food to be Eaten strong>, 35 recipes for the 16 Orishas worshiped in Brazil; in Oshum, Finest Sweets strong>, 21 mouth-watering candies (and a surprise specially prepared for you)!
To say the things that Orixá's determinate eats is how to reveal a particularity, something intimate forum of that divinity. In this way, the absence of some dishes or their presence without more information really seeks to protect a special knowledge. Moreover, just as in the practice of faith, the sharing of food is also an act of devotion, in which men and gods become one.
Visiting and recreating the traditional recipes of Candomblé Terreiros, their aromas and spices, "Sacred Food to be Eaten" is the symbolic reaffirmation of the greatest and truest lesson: magic begins in the kitchen!
The second book, "Oshun: Fine Sweetness and Pastries" is the debut book of the "Ajeum Collection". Organized by Chef Carlos Ribeiro, author of "Sacred Food", and signed by him and the guests Ieda de Matos, Ana Célia and Bel Coelho, the collection portrays typical Brazilian dishes inspired by the favorite ingredients of the African goddess of beauty, of love and fecundity: 21 recipes with many eggs and sweetness.
The holy banquet is at the table, serve yourself at will!
SACRED FOOD TO BE EATEN: 2nd edition, 184 pages, paperback
Dimensions: 6" x 9"
Publisher: Arole Cultural
Author: Chef Carlos Ribeiro and Prof. Vilson Caetano
Preface: Rodney William Eugênio
Contribution: Bel Coelho
OSHUN, FINE SWEETS AND PASTRIES: 1st edition, 96 pages, paperback
Dimensions: 7.5" x 7.5"
Publisher: Arole Cultural
Author: Chef Carlos Ribeiro
Contribution: Ieda de Matos, Ana Célia e Bel Coelho
Photography: Cristiano Lopes
Comunicador social por formação e chef de cozinha por amor e profissão, Carlos Ribeiro é o responsável pelo Na Cozinha Restaurante. Doutorando na USP em Estudos Latinos Americanos, onde também é Mestre em Estudos Latinos Americanos, lecionou nas Universidades Federal da Paraíba, FAAP, Anhembi Morumbi, Uninove, Centro Universitário Belas Artes, entre outras.
Também é autor dos livros “Culinária Japonesa para Brasileiros”, “Comida é Arte”, “Historia da Gastronomia, Panificação, Confeitaria, Cozinha Contemporânea”, “Estruturas e Funcionamento das Cozinhas de Bares, Hotéis e Restaurantes”, além de colaborador nos livros “Café” e “100 anos de Vinicius”.
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