Hints and Pinches

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Hill Steet Press, 1991 - Cooking - 402 pages
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In prose liberally spiced with witty whimsy and frivolity, this is Eugene Walter's mini-encyclopaedic must for every professional and periodic chef -- a compendium of the history, legend, and amusing anecdotes surrounding over 150 herbs and spices, as well as their offspring chutneys and relishes. Each entry is accompanied by one of Walter's own favourite recipes.

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Contents

Achiote Annatto
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Ajowan
4
Alexanders
5
Copyright

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Eugene Walter

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