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Good in Fair jacket. Octavo, hardcover, slight ripple at top margin else good in fair, somewhat edgeworn, yellow pictorial dj. 500 superb recipes that bring the luscious food of all the Latin American cuisines from the northern border of Mexico to the southernmost tip of Chile. How to find and preserve special ingredients, as well as easily-found substitutes, then a wealth of recipes. Try Black-Eyed Pea Fritters from Brazil; Fanesca, a spring soup full of veggies from Ecuador; or Pollo Pibil, Chicen Yucatan style, from Mexico. Index has both Spanish and English titles. 358 pp.
Very Good in Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾-12" tall Jacket Has Some Chipping On Top Of The Spine. Had A Closed Tear That Was Taped Shut, Some Soiling, Been Priced Clipped. Binding Is Solid And Pages Are Clean. "Never Before Has There Been A Cookbook That Encompasses The Whole World Of Latin American Cooking. Elisabeth Ortiz Is The First To Introduce To Americans The Entire Range Of This Splendid Cuisine, Selecting Out Of The Vast Territory That Stretches From Mexico To Chile The Most Exciting Foods Of Each Region.
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