Cooking the Australian Way

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Lerner Publications, Aug 1, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 72 pages
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As a part of the British Commonwealth, Australia's culture shares many similarities with British culture--and their menu is no exception. Paired with the cuisine of the Aboriginal peoples that first populated the island, Australian dishes often feature meats and fruits, many of which naturally thrive in the warm temperatures found throughout the country. This standard fare has evolved in the years since World War II as more and more immigrants settle down under.
 

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Contents

Introduction
7
Before You Begin
19
An Australian Table
27
Lunch
31
Afternoon Tea
37
Dinner
43
Desserts
53
Holiday and Festival Food
59
Index
70
About the AuthorPhoto Acknowledgments
72
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