The World Cookbook for Students: Iraq to Myanmar

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Greenwood Press, 2007 - Social Science - 256 pages
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Each article includes foodstuffs (staples, meats, fish, dairy products, vegetables, fruits and seasonings), typical dishes, and styles of eating. Approximately 5 recipes are provided per country or group. Nation-states or nationalities included are: AFGHANISTAN, ALBANIA, ALGERIA, ANDORRA, ANGOLA, ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA, ARGENTINA, ARMENIA, AUSTRALIA, AUSTRIA, AZERBAIJAN, BAHAMAS, BAHRAIN, BANGLADESH, BARBADOS, BASQUE, BELARUS, BELGIUM, BELIZE, BENIN, BERMUDA, BHUTAN, BOLIVIA, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, BOTSWANA, BRAZIL, BRUNEI, BULGARIA, BURKINA FASO, BURUNDI, CAMBODIA, CAMEROON, CABO VERDE/CAPE VERDE, CANADA, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC, CHAD, CHECHNYA, CHILE, CHINA, COLOMBIA, CONGO, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC (CONGO KINSHASA; FORMERLY ZAIRE), CONGO, REPUBLIC OF (CONGO BRAZZAVILLE), COOK ISLANDS, COSTA RICA, COTE D'IVOIRE, CROATIA, CUBA, CYPRUS, CZECH REPUBLIC (CZECHIA), DENMARK, DJIBOUTI, DOMINICA, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, ECUADOR, EGYPT, EIRE (IRELAND), EL SALVADOR, EQUATORIAL GUINEA, ERITREIA, ESTONIA, ETHIOPIA, FIJI, FINLAND, FRANCE, GABON, GAMBIA, GEORGIA, GERMANY, GHANA, GREECE, GRENADA, GUATEMALA, GUINEA, GUINEA BISSAU, GUYANA, HAITI, HONDURAS, HUNGARY, ICELAND, INDIA, INDONESIA, IRAN, IRAQ, ISRAEL, ITALY, JAMAICA, JAPAN, JORDAN, KAZAKHSTAN, KENYA, KIRIBATI, KOREA, KURDISTAN, KUWAIT.

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Contents

IRAQ
1
ISRAEL
10
ITALY
16
JAMAICA
23
JAPAN
29
JORDAN
38
KAZAKHSTAN
44
KENYA
51
LUXEMBOURG
118
MADAGASCAR
128
MALAWI
134
MALDIVES
145
MALI
151
MALTA
159
MAURITANIA
168
MAURITIUS
173

KOREA
59
KURDISTAN
65
KYRGYZSTAN
75
Sticky Rice Khao Neow
81
LEBANON
91
LIBERIA
100
LIECHTENSTEIN
110
MICRONESIA FEDERATED
183
MONACO
192
Fried Meat Pies Khoorshoor also Huurshuur
198
MOROCCO
207
MOZAMBIQUE
213
Index
223
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About the author (2007)

JEANNE JACOB has worked in the business world, in marketing to Japan and serving as a liaison. She also has extensive publishing experience, and after having lived in Japan for a number of years, she co-authored with husband, Michael Ashkenazi, The Essence of Japanese Cuisine: An Essay on Food and Culture (2000).

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