Foods of the Americas
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Foods of the Americas: Native Recipes and Traditions
Explore the cuisines of all the original inhabitants of the Americas, including such diverse recipes as Pacific Northwest potted smoked salmon, Peruvian ceviche, Brazilian cozido, and Hawaiian poke. Essays include George P. Horse Capture’s “Reservation Foods” about the adaptability of traditional cuisines to modern kitchens. Provides helpful substitutions for hard-to-find ingredients. Paperback, 240 pages with 24 four-color photographs. 8.875" x 10.875".
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