Now You're Cookinııwith Tea

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iUniverse, Aug 22, 2007 - Cooking - 178 pages

A delightful and amusing specialized cookbook aimed at the adventuresome experimental cook rather than the professional chef. A gem for tea lovers, but also available to those who like to try new things while fooling around in the kitchen.

If you enjoy the taste of tea-black, green or flavored-this book will open up a wide spectrum of dishes with distinctive flavors in canaps, appetizers, soups, salads, vegetables, meats, fish, fowl, smoked dishes, breads cakes, ice creams, cold cocktails and hot drinks.

Surprise your guests with something original!

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About the author (2007)

Marv Rubinstein?engineer, professor, attorney, entrepreneur?has published newsletters on politics and tea and has written books on engineering, humor, Israel and American English (10,000 copies sold). He taught at the Monterey Institute and was C.E.O. of his own engineering firm. His travels cover 70 countries and 49 states. He has lived in Bangkok, Carmel, Israel, London and NYC.

Chie Hamaguchi Rubinstein, a professional Translator and Interpreter in Japanese/English, has retested most of the recipe testing for this book. She has lived in Osaka, Carmel and New York.

Marv Rubinstein?engineer, professor, attorney, entrepreneur?has published newsletters on politics and tea and has written books on engineering, humor, Israel and American English (10,000 copies sold). He taught at the Monterey Institute and was C.E.O. of his own engineering firm. His travels cover 70 countries and 49 states. He has lived in Bangkok, Carmel, Israel, London and NYC.

Chie Hamaguchi Rubinstein, a professional Translator and Interpreter in Japanese/English, has retested most of the recipe testing for this book. She has lived in Osaka, Carmel and New York.

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