Citrus Cookbook: Tantalizing Food & Beverage Recipes from Around the World

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Clear Light Publishers, Sep 1, 2000 - Cooking - 147 pages
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Frank Thomas and Marlene Leopold illustrate their appreciation for good food, proving that delicious can also be healthy. The list of health benefits of citrus will undoubtedly grow, but it is what citrus does to taste that has maintained its popularity. It not only imparts a wonderful fresh flavour to foods, but also acts as a natural tenderiser to meat, poultry, and fish. Citrus lovers will be unable to resist the imaginative original recipes as well as hints to simplify preparation and tips for avoiding disaster. Exotic recipes from around the world are made clear enough for the average cook to easily master. This book reads like a letter from a beloved relative. A must for every kitchen.

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Contents

Introduction
Ukrainian Homemade Mayonnaise 5
Orange Glaze 11
Iftoyeer 16
SOUPS
Spanish Gazpacho 35
Orange Slaw 41
Caracas Tingle Salad 47
Florida Fajitas 66
RlCE PASTA
LemonGarlic Linguini with Shrimp 88
Orange Custard 94
Orange Charlotte 577
Citrus Chiffon Pie 105
Citrus Filling 109
Citrus Chocolate Fudge Cake 115

Mandarin Salad Gel
Duck with Cranberries DOrange 59
Tangy Citrus Ice 124
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About the author (2000)

Frank Anthony Thomas has been an ordained minister and pastor for 26 years. He currently serves as the Senior Pastor of Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church in Memphis, Tennessee.

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