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We don't eat roast lamb without a spoonful of chimichurri on the side. My reviving afternoon cup of coffee has been replaced by mate, a punchy Argentine green tea. And jam has been pushed to the back of the fridge to make way for a 900g pot of dulce de leche - spoonfuls or which are stirred into rice pudding, porridge and spread onto pancakes.
And I've put all my favourite Argentina-inspired recipes in an ebook. There are 16 recipes, all with photographs and clear, simple instructions. All of them are inspired by Argentine cuisine and culture - the Coffee and Cinnamon ice cream was created to remind me of a trip to a café in Buenos Aires. I included the empanadas that my sister in law taught me to make. And I've developed a recipe for 'cheat's facturas' - little pastries filled with membrillo (quince paste) and eaten for breakfast, as a treat.
There's also Arroz con Leche con Dulce de Leche - I just can't resist stirring a few spoonfuls into a creamy, vanilla-scented rice pudding - and a chocolate cake thickly sandwiched with dulce de leche repostero with a glossy chocolate ganache billowing out over the top.
I loved creating these recipes. And if you've been interested in my posts and following my trip to Argentina and the food I've been developing since, then I hope you enjoy this ebook. It's out on Amazon for downloading on the Kindle or your Kindle apps now.
I hope you enjoy it. Click on the image below to see it in the Amazon Kindle store. It's available worldwide.