Take your taste buds travelling with the inspiring recipes from around the world.
Bolivian Locro anyone? This pumpkin stew is accompanied by the wonderfully named llapingachos (potato cakes and peanut sauce from Ecuador). It could be the next cooking adventure in your global kitchen.
This cookbook contains full-colour photos along with the recipes, as well as useful nutritional information and a guide to finding fair trade ingredients.
NOTE: This is a download for eBook readers (industry standard ePub format). It is NOT a printed book. It is suitable for reading on computers, mobile devices, iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. If you don't have an eBook reader for your computer, the Adobe Digital Editions reader works well and is available for free download at www.adobe.com For iPhones, iPad and iPod Touch we recommend the Apple iBooks App.
ISBN / Barcode: 9781906523978
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