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  • As a “Creator of a new Ecuador,” she was one of the fundamental pillars of the Ecuadorian Indigenous Movement, alongside Dolores Cacuango [es], also known as Mama Dulu, and the writer Nela Martínez [es].

    Global Voices in English » Ecuador: The Legacy of Indigenous Leader Mama Tránsito

  • Nela met Arthur Rubinstein, arguably the greatest pianist of the modern era, through her father.

    A Royal Ragout

  • Nela's version is a tried-and-true distillation of a centuries-old recipe perfected by generations of family cooks.

    A Royal Ragout

  • When the bigos was gone, guests scraped their plates, proving once again, as Nela said, there is "nothing better than a big pot of savory bigos."

    A Royal Ragout

  • Soon cranky Arthur, a well-known gourmet, claimed that only his wife's cooking could satisfy his post-performance appetite; but he then complained loudly when everyone forgot his concerts while busily devouring Nela's suppers.

    A Royal Ragout

  • Nela tells us how she cooked up the bigos, and then "carried the whole feast down to Eva's studio in plastic pails."

    A Royal Ragout

  • They moved first to Moscow and then to Warsaw at the close of the war, bigos went with them all the way and it became Nela's piece de resistance.

    A Royal Ragout

  • Recipes for the old-world dishes of her childhood all yield excellent results; but Nela tells us, "of all the dishes in this book, bigos is the one I recommend to you most enthusiastically."

    A Royal Ragout

  • Demand for a book grew, but it took years of encouragement from Julia Childs's long-time editor, Judith Jones, to convince Nela to write the charming and inspiring "Nela's Cookbook."

    A Royal Ragout

  • Michael swore by the recipe in "Nela's Cookbook" by Nela Rubinstein, Lithuanian-born wife of the late Arthur Rubinstein and daughter of the illustrious conductor Emil Mlynarski, first director of the Warsaw Philharmonic.

    A Royal Ragout

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