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Claudia Roden’s New Book

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Claudia Roden’s New Book

Scouring my inbox this morning over a cup of coffee, I came across these save the dates from the Culinary Historians of New York:

June 8: Claudia Roden on her new book, “The Food of Spain

June 16: Marc Meltonville, food historian of Hampton Court Palace, on “Reconstructing Historic Royal Kitchens: The Tudor Kitchens of Henry VII and the Newly Discovered Kitchens of George III”

I received Roden’s Arabesque – on Moroccan food – as a gift as soon as it came out and have been cooking from it ever since, so I’m excited to see her take on Spanish food. I hadn’t heard about the discovery of George III’s kitchens, but Meltonville’s talk on the kitchens of the monarchy sounds like something I won’t want to miss.


UPDATE: Click here for an adapted recipe for Oxtail Stew from Claudia Roden’s The Food of Spain.


About francoiseeats

I'm currently working as a freelance travel and food writer, and photographer. I spent two years at, the culinary on-line magazine for the industry insider. My articles have been published in New York, NY and Richmond, VA. After graduating from Columbia University and recovering from the tragedy of not being able to read Camus books for a living, I attended The Culinary Institute of America, where my scone consumption rose drastically. Fluent in French and Italian, I've worked in some of New York's top restaurants and covered food-related stories in a number of publications, from The Richmond Times-Dispatch to Time Out New York.

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