Endangered Recipes: Too Good to be Forgotten (Hardback)

by Mark Thomas, Lari Robling

Format: Hardback 192 pages

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If you have ever waited for grandma's dinner rolls to come out of the oven, enjoyed a neighbor's family recipe for kimchee, or sipped lemonade on a back proch you'll find just what you are yearning for in this book. Endangered Recipes evokes the feeling of returning home to the aroma of your favorite dish. From Welsh Rarebit to Banana Pudding, Endangered Recipes reflects the diversity of the world's culinary tastes. In addition to the recipes Robling fills the book with her own memories and stories, revealing how a recipe for Triple Sin Brownies nearly destroyed a marriage, taking us along New Mexican cantina on a rainy day to enjoy a bowl of posole and red chile sauce, and introducing a man obsessed with heirloom apples. An easy-to-use reference section provides practical information to get you started on recording your own family food genealogy. Endangered Recipes is a treasure for all generations as Robling taps into our collective food memory bank.

Book details

Published
01/10/2003

Publisher
Stewart, Tabori & Chang Inc

ISBN
9781584793120


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