Ginger: A Book of Recipes

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Lorenz Books, 1996 - Cookery (Ginger) - 64 pages
A collection of recipes using ginger as an ingredient.

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About the author (1996)

Pepita Aris is an authority on Spanish food and cooking, and has written many books on the subject. Pepita has had a house in Andalucia, Spain for over 30 years and writes for a number of newspapers and magazines, including the American Bon Appetit magazine. She is the founder editor of Taste magazine, has substantially contributed to the British Larousse Gastronomique, and has appeared on both radio and television to promote Spanish food and give cooking demonstrations. Pepita's published works include Recipes From A Spanish Village (Conran Octopus), Sauce Book (McGraw Hill); Master Chefs of Europe (Van Nostrand Reinhold); Olives (Lorenz Books), Spain: A Passport Guide (Contemporary Books), and AA Essential Food & Drink: Spain (AA Road Atlas Publishing).

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