Item description for Extending the Table: A World Community Cookbook by Joetta Handrich Schlabach, Ken Hiebert & Paul Longacre...
Overview Here's an opportunity for cooks to learn about our world and its wide variety of flavorful foods--Peach Chutney from Botswana, Ginger Cooler from the Ivory Coast, Rice Noodles with Vegetables from the Philippines. These wonderful recipes from more than 80 countries introduce foods from around the world. Some recipes have been adapted to reduce fat or shorten preparation time. Photos.
Publishers Description Picture a vast table with room for everyone and laden with taste-tempting dishes from over 80 countries. Peach Chutney from Botswana, Ginger Cooler from Ivory Coast, Pork Vindaloo from India, Buyani's Chicken Soup from Indonesia, Rice Noodles with Vegetables from the Philippines. You do not have to leave home to experience a wide variety of foods from other countries and to learn about other cultures. Interspersed among the recipes are stories about how hospitality is practiced around the world.
A cookbook in the tradition of More-with-Less Cookbook written by Joetta Handrich Schlabach with recipe editor Kristina Mast Burnett.
Citations And Professional Reviews Extending the Table: A World Community Cookbook by Joetta Handrich Schlabach, Ken Hiebert & Paul Longacre has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Publishers Weekly - 07/19/1991
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Studio: Herald Pr
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6" Height: 8.75" Weight: 1.05 lbs.
Binding Spiral Bound
Release Date Aug 1, 1991
Publisher Herald Press
ISBN 083613561X ISBN13 9780836135619
Availability 0 units.
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Not just "Christian moralizing" May 18, 2008
All the recipes in this book are delicious, clear, and exciting, as the other reviews amply cover, but the anecdotes and essays and quotes are equal treasures. While the book is written from a missionary-Christian POV, I found it meaningful and touching as an agnostic sort-of-Jew, and never felt proselytized or talked down to, and it never seemed like the many different faiths and cultures of the people contributing the recipes were being disrespected. So don't let the fear of evangelizing put you off of it!
COOKS Apr 21, 2008
I LOVE THE INTERNATIONAL RECIPES. WHEN I CANNOT THINK OF ANYTHING TO PREPARE FOR DINNER, GUESS WHERE I LOOK. SO FAR, I HAVE NOT PREPARED ANYTHING THAT I DID NOT LIKE AND AM FINDING FAVORITES IN THE PROCESS.
interesting and reliable Jan 12, 2008
I have used this cookbook for a number of years and recommend it highly. I have never been disappointed by any of the recipes, and that's a pretty high accolade!
International Flavor Jan 7, 2008
Index listed by dishes and countries is unique. A wonderful addition to More with Less cookbook.
A great companion piece. . . Jun 7, 2007
to "More With Less." Refreshing, inspiring, and encouraging! The two make a great set, no matter what your income, life-style or family size.