Latin Road

Latin Road:

see Roman roadsRoman roads,
ancient system of highways linking Rome with its provinces. Their primary purpose was military, but they also were of great commercial importance and brought the distant provinces in touch with the capital.
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The Latin Road Home: Savoring the Foods of Ecuador, Spain, Cuba, Mexico, and Peru provides the author's personal familiarity with Latin fare and celebrates both the recipes of the author's childhood and the dishes that have become central to each country's culinary identity.
Garces has also written two best-selling cookbooks, including 2012's The Latin Road Home, a gorgeously photographed and designed cookbook that intertwined Garces' life journey from Chicago to Philadelphia and his Ecuadorian heritage, as well as his global jaunts exploring new foods, with delectable recipes.
The digital version of "Latin Road Home" translates the layout and design of the complex cookbook into a beautiful and easy-to-read version, accessible on a wide variety of digital reading tablets and devices, all without sacrificing readability and the quality of the original design.
"The Latin Road Home" is available for $9.99 on Amazon, iBooks, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Google, Sony, and Samsung.
"Latin roads have many potholes, and the Lada's suspension system can handle them, whereas more sophisticated Japanese models can't," says Anssens.