The Ethnic Food Lover's Companion

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Menasha Ridge Press, 2001 - Reference - 444 pages
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A guide to ethnic dining profiles different types of ethnic cuisines, including coverage of key ingredients, spices, preparation methods, representative dishes, and customs and etiquette.

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Review: The Ethnic Food Lover's Companion: A Sourcebook for Understanding the Cuisines of the World

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A good starting point for diving into ethnic cuisines but it doesn't go much farther than a sampling and some history. I could do without the descriptions of what to expect of each ethnic food in the USA. Read full review

Review: The Ethnic Food Lover's Companion: A Sourcebook for Understanding the Cuisines of the World

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This is a really fun book, the kind that you pick up to glance at only to find yourself completely drawn in after a few pages. It profiles most of the world's cuisines, detailing history, eating ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Eve Zibart has published is a long-time contributor and restaurant columnist to the Washington Post an author of several books, including several of the best-selling Unofficial Guide series. Murial Stevens is food editor and columnist for the Las Vegas Sun and is a member of the International Gourmet Society and National Association of Food Journalists. This former gourmet radio talk-show host has been cooking since she was eight.

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