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Central American & South American

COOKING:Subgroups:Regional & Ethnic:Central American & South American

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Latin American Cooking: Foods Of The World Series, Leonard, Jonathan Norton
1 Latin American Cooking: Foods Of The World Series
Leonard, Jonathan Norton: Time-Life Books; New York, New York 1968 
First Edition Hard Cover Good with No Dust Jacket as issued: 8.75 x 11 in.: 206 pages Illustrated by Milton Greene 

006917006917: No Jacket as Issued. Has photos and bios of author and photographer included. LCCN# 68-58451. Foods of the World Series. Surface of front and back boards are worn; otherwise, pages are clean, unmarked, brightly colored, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Content Chapters include: "The Indians' Gift to the World Larder * A Cuisine from the Halls of Moctezuma * Mexico: A Blend of Indian and Spanish * A Matchless Bounty of Tropical Fruits * Peru: Heir to the Inca * Sweets for Every Tooth * Brazil: A Touch of Africa * Colombia, Venezuela: Spain in the Andes * Coffee and Stronger Drink * Argentina and Chile: The Temperate South". Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. If interested, I have many other volumes in this Foods of the World Series available, as well as the matching Recipes books.: Photographs

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Mexican Cooking Made Easy (Including Latin American & Caribbean Recipes), Verner, Margaret (Editor)
2 Mexican Cooking Made Easy (Including Latin American & Caribbean Recipes)
Verner, Margaret (Editor): Galahad Books; New York, New York 1979 0883654180 / 9780883654187
Presumed First Edition Hard Cover Fine in Very Good Dust Jacket: 8.75 x 11 in.: 96 pages 

003450003450: Dustjacket now protected by a new Brodart Mylar Cover. Front flap of dustjacket is creased and top edges are rubbed. Boards and pages of book are sharp cornered, clean, bright, unmarked and tight. Over 50 full-color pictures illustrate the foods. "Two historical conditions combined to make the cuisine of Mexico, Latin America and the Caribbean one of the most exciting and varied in the world. The first of these was the super abundance of vegetables, fruits, spices and fish indigenous to South America. The second was the contribution of meats, wines and dairy products brought over by European conquerors. " Scarce, Out Of Print, Book.

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