The Great Garlic Book: A Guide with Recipes

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Ten Speed Press, 1997 - Cooking - 146 pages
Packed with dozens of recipes from restaurants around the world, The Great Garlic Book, from the irrepressible author of Garlic Is Life, never fails to delight the eyes and the tastebuds. Gorgeous full-color photos illustrate such rare garlics as the Mexican Celaya Purple, French Red Rocambole and Asian Tempest.

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About the author (1997)

Born in 1923 in a Pennsylvania coal-mining town, Chester Aaron served in World War II. After attending UCLA, UC Berkeley, and San Francisco State, he joined the faculty of Saint Mary's College, retiring in 1997. Author of novels, stories, and memoirs--including the novel ABOUT THEM and the story collection SYMPTOMS OF TERMINAL PASSION, both from El Leon Literary Arts--he is known worldwide as an expert on garlic, growing more than fifty kinds on his farm in Sonoma County.

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