Chinese, Indian and Thai Cuisine Passport

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R & R Publishing, Oct 1, 2005 - Cooking - 104 pages
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French Cuisine includes: 12 appetizer, soup and salad options 10 egg, meat, chicken and seafood entrees 4 side dish selections 5 dessert items Italian Cuisine includes: 9 appetizer, soup and salad options 4 Italian specialties 8 meat, chicken and seafood entrees 8 side dish and dessert item As part of the Lets Eat Out! series, the French and Italian Cuisine Passport is the 1st pocket-size guide available to be carried with you in your purse, suit jacket pocket, briefcase, backpack anywhere around the corner and around the world. The dimensions are approximately 3-3/4 by 5-3/8 by . The passport allows you to scan the menu, quickly spot the safest choices and ask the right questions to avoid 10 common allergens hidden in food preparation. The sample cuisine menus identify the name of each dish in its native language with the English equivalent. This information can help you navigate the menu and make informed choices based upon your special dietary needs. The cuisine menu item descriptions summarize each dishs ingredients and the culinary preparation techniques involved. After each description, the following are detailed: Gluten-Free Decision Factors Food Allergen Preparation Considerations The cuisine quick reference guides reflect where you may potentially encounter 10 common food allergens by each menu item at a glance. This information has been further confirmed by culinary experts and tested by various individuals impacted by food allergies and special diets on a global basis.

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Kim Koeller has spent the last 23 years eating 80% of her meals in restaurants around the world while managing over a dozen food-related allergies/sensitivities and celiac/coeliac disease. Robert La France has spent twelve years in the restaurant industry and devotes his spare time to a passion for the culinary arts. Collectively, they have traveled 2+ million miles across the globe, dined in 30+ countries on four continents and have conversational skills in French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish.

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