American Tradition by Carole Clements
A Classic Guide to Regional Cooking

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A big, glossy, picture book of American cooking, first published in Great Britain. There are full-page color spreads throughout the tour of the country, and each recipe is accompanied by a color photograph. Regional specialties as diverse as New England Boiled Dinner, Chorizo Enchiladas, and Lomilomi Salad (from Hawaii) are included. Fun to look at, but a luxury item for most collections.-- JS, Library Journal -- Copyright 1989 Reed Business Information, Inc.
 

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Published January 1, 1989 by Hamlyn. 224 pages
Genres: Cooking.

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This glossy tome is the work of three food writers: Clements, The French Way ; MacMillan, Tex-Mex Cooking ; and Lomask, The All-American Cookbook for Non-American Cooks . The book perpetuates many of

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