Green Mangoes And Lemon Grass (Hardcover) by Hutton, Wendy with Solomon, Charmaine (foreword)
Hardcover; Published 12/2/2003; 224 Pages; ISBN 9780794601577
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A celebrated culinary enthusiasst tackles the rich diversity of Southeast Asian cuisine in Green Mangoes & Lemon Grass. A tour-de-force of good eating, the book offers a whirlwind journey of Singapore and its cosmopolitan delights, Thailand's sinfully spicy dishes, and the refreshing, healthy fare of Vietnam. From roadside to restaurant, the book presents a lip-smacking culinary tour of Southeast Asia's most scrumptious food. Featuring expertly written recipes, Green Mangoes & Lemon Grass will help you whip up an Asian festival of food in your very own kitchen!
Wendy Hutton, a New Zealander by birth, first came to Southeast Asia in 1967 and has worked in the region ever since, specializing in writing on travel and food. She is the author of Tropical Asian Cooking, A Cook's Guide to Asian Vegetables, and a number Periplus Nature Guides on tropical vegetables, fruits, and herbs and spices. She lives in Sabah, Malaysia.
Charmaine Solomon is one of the world's best known and respected cookery writers. She has written fifteen cookbooks, including The Complete Asian Cookbook, which has sold over a million copies and has been translated into German, French, and Dutch.
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