Item description for World Hospitality Cookbook by Erma I. Sider, Dan Harman & Betty Harman...
Overview In the mood for a change in your menu? Try recipes from around the world with this book. Fascinating facts and inspiring stories about foreign hospitality make your dining experince complete. Learn about people from other cultures as you try the foods they eat. The recipes are easy and economical, made from ingredients available in most grocery stores.
Publishers Description Every country has its own distinctive cuisine and customs for entertaining guests. Learn about and appreciate people from other cultures as you try the foods they eat with recipes that are easy and economical-made from ingredients available in most local grocery stores.
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Studio: Evangel Publishing House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.44" Width: 6.12" Height: 0.86" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Binding Spiral Bound
Release Date Oct 1, 2003
Publisher Evangel Publishing House
ISBN 1928915345 ISBN13 9781928915348
Availability 0 units.
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Easy and authentic local dishes Dec 8, 2003
Published with a ring-style binder that allows the pages to lay out flat on a kitchen counter or table, the "World Hospitality Cookbook" showcases a superb series of easy-to-prepare recipes that have been compiled, organized and edited by the culinary team of Erma Sider, Dan Harman, and Betty Harman. There are dishes for every part of the meal and every dining occasion including appetizers, beverages, breads, soups, salads, dressings, relishes, vegetables, meats, main dishes, and desserts. Of special note is the chapter devoted to 'Menus by Country'. The featured dishes in this highly recommended kitchen cookbook range from the Coconut Bread of Brazil; to an Avocado Dip from Argentina; to a Tamaulipeca Salad from Mexico; to an Orange Chutney from India; to Fried Cauliflower from Egypt; to Stuffed Pork Roast from Denmark; a Cornmeal Porridge from Zimbabwe; to a Chocolate Butter Cream Torte from Germany. The "World Hospitality Cookbook" clearly lives up to its title and would make a superb (and popular!) addition to any kitchen cookbook collection.