Last Sunday, coinciding with the Mercat del Riurau and the Fira de Brocanters de Jesús Pobre on the first Sunday of the month, MACMA presented the recipe book of traditional sweets Boosteria to the Marina Alta. A work that vindicates the validity of lifelong sweets and at the same time underlines the essence of proximity ingredients, as the mayor of Jesús Pobre pointed out in the introduction of the book, Javier Scotto, and the Councilor for Culture, Josep Fornés. Already in the presentation of the volume, MACMA manager Jovi Seser summarized the nearly one hundred recipes that guide the work and that, beyond the Moorish imprint that characterizes them, intend to claim their reintegration in the kitchens of the houses of the region and, above all, in restaurant kitchens.
Boosteria to the Marina Alta, A project conceived by Vicent Ortuño, founder of the MACMA, was published ten years ago on the occasion of the commemoration of the 400 anniversary of the expulsion of the Moors and sold during the first year of publication. Reissue current work aims to bring this culinary legacy to new generations and has also been distributed to bookstores in the region and the neighboring regions to meet demand for copies and expand the echo of the initiative. No wonder, the MACMA will continue to provide work throughout the month of December. Next Saturday, 7, in fact, the book will be presented in Sagra (Ayuntamiento, 19 hours) while following Sunday cookbook reach Vall de Gallinera (Benialí, 13 hours) within the Festa de l'Oli IV. The following week, on Wednesday, December 11, the volume will reach Publics Library Denia in the form of a presentation-snack.