The Great Citrus Book

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Ten Speed Press, 1997 - Cooking - 158 pages
The juiciest entry yet in our tall, skinny, and oh-so-successful Great series (other strong sellers in this intriguing gift format have included Mark Miller's GREAT CHILE BOOK and GREAT SALSA BOOK, Jennifer Trainer Thompson's HOT SAUCES and BEER books, and others). Now-renowned chef Allen Susser, one of new-world cuisine's most exciting innovators, not only demystifies almost 100 citrus fruits (with accompanying full-color photography) but offers dozens of fresh, taste-tingling recipes for everything from Ginger Grilled Grapefruit with Orange Blossom Honey to Lemon Red Snapper with Spicy Green Coconut Rice, Sour Orange Game Hen with Plantain Fritters to Frozen Key Lime Pie. A sun-splashed eye-catching treasure.

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Chef ALLEN SUSSER is widely acknowledged as one of the inventors of New World Cuisine, an innovative blending of American, Caribbean, and Latin flavors. His restaurant, Chef Allen's, and his cuisine have received many accolades. Among the honors: the James Beard Foundation recognized him as Best Chef in America (SE) in 1994.

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