In this new book, David de Jorge and Martín Berasategui offer us practical recipes for our daily menu. A simple cuisine, full of good vibes and with common sense, takes shape in this robust cookbook that shuns extravagance and exotic ingredients, and contains recipes for busy people with good taste: salads, soups and creams, meats, sauces and dressings, desserts, rice and pasta, but also elaborate dishes and cocktails for very special occasions. An essential book for all of us who like to eat real food. A unique recipe book, without fancy stuff, just good ingredients.
David de Jorge E. was born on October 4, 1970 in Hondarribia. Restless by nature, he dares to put his nose in other stoves, squandering gastronomic wisdom and nutritional enjoyment in fantastic pieces that he publishes in various media and media: he writes for El Correo and Diario Vasco, has collaborated in ETB2, Tele5, La Sexta, RNE, Cadena SER and Radio Euskadi and feeds a blog called “Binge-eating”.
In the publishing label Debate, he has published With the kitchen you don't play (2010), More than 999 recipes without silly things (2012), and More than 100 slimming but tasty recipes (2014), co-authored with Martín Berasategui.
Trained in some of the most prestigious restaurants in the world, he has cooked alongside masters such as Arbelaitz, Guérard, Chibois, Subijana or Berasategui, of whom he is also a partner. To know more about the author: www.daviddejorge.com