MIGUEL ÁNGEL ALMODÓVAR
Mood Food. La cocina de la felicidad
Edited by: Oberon (Grupo Anaya)
Year of edition: 2013 (2nd edition)
RRP: 19,95 €
Tel.: +34 902 426 292
Food can provide an easy road to happiness, if the right ingredients are chosen. This is what Mood Food promotes, a gastronomic trend that invites the user to enjoy spiritual wellbeing from the consumption of certain products such as the avocado, garlic, dried apricots, clams, chickpeas, rice, wholegrain cereals, cod, sardines, meats that are not red, walnuts, almonds, banana, pineapple, strawberry or apple... and, obviously, olive oil.
At least this is what Miguel Ángel Almodóvar tells us in his book Mood Food. La cocina de la felicidad. In this publication, the author includes recipes made by 16 Spanish chefs, with dishes and menus that, apart from being delicious, can contribute to improving our mood and helping us feel happier.
The “disciples” of this very deeply-rooted trend in Japan and the USA -Joaquín Felipe, Andrés Madrigal, Sacha Ormaechea, Paco Roncero, Mario Sandoval, María José San Román, Teresa Gutiérrez or Iñigo Pérez “Urrechu”- all cook in this tasty work brimming with illustrations which, just by looking at them, ooze contentedness.