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Hot Sour Salty Sweet: A Culinary Journey Through Southeast Asia

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en Limba Engleză Hardback – 27 Oct 2000

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Award-winning cookbook authors Jeffery Alford and Naomi Duguid set out to eat their way through Southeast Asia's towns and villages, collecting more than 175 recipes, cooking techniques, stories and photos along the way. Color photos.
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ISBN-13: 9781579651145
ISBN-10: 1579651143
Pagini: 352
Ilustrații: colour illustrations
Dimensiuni: 290 x 257 x 33 mm
Greutate: 1.95 kg
Editura: Artisan Publishers
Locul publicării: New York, NY

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"Their latest book is simply stunning."--The New York Times

"A touching and vivid account" --Food & Wine

"A huge concept and Alford/Duguid are well suited to the task." --The Globe and Mail

"If you by one cookbook this year, make it this one." --USA Today

"A certifiable publishing event . . . a breakthrough . . ." --Vogue

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Alford, Jeffrey: -

Jeffrey Alford is a writer and photographer based primarily in northeast Thailand and Cambodia. He plants and harvests rice each year; helps raise frogs and several varieties of fish; and happily struggles along in three languages: Central Thai, Lao Isaan, and Northern Khmer. His forthcoming book, to be published in 2014, is tentatively titled How Pea Cooks: Food and Life in a Thai-Khmer Village. His earlier books, all co-written with Naomi Duguid, are Flatbreads and Flavors;HomeBaking; Seductions of Rice; Hot Sour Salty Sweet; Mangoes and Curry Leaves; and Beyond the Great Wall. Jeffrey is currently developing a series of intensive culinary tours through northeastern Thailand and western Cambodia (the Angkor Wat area) under the name of Heritage Food Thailand.