8 edition of The new cooking of Britain and Ireland found in the catalog.
|Statement||Gwenda L. Hyman.|
|LC Classifications||TX635 .H94 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 433 p. :|
|Number of Pages||433|
|LC Control Number||94038479|
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"Gwenda Hyman's book will give you a taste of what we have to offer. It is a sumptuous feast of heritage trail and gastronomic journey.
There can be no better way to enjoy the new cooking of Britain and Ireland."--From the Foreword by Kit Chapman, M.B.E., Author of Great British Chefs Proprietor of the Michelin-starred Castle Hotel, TauntonAuthor: Gwenda L.
Hyman. Includes recipes and a list of restaurants by regions. From the Back Cover The word is out: There is great food to be enjoyed in Britain and Ireland. A new generation of creative and impeccably trained young chefs has turned its attention to the isles' rich culinary heritage, experimenting with traditional recipes and regional foods.
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