The Ethnic Food Lover's Companion by Eve Zibat
A Sourcebook for Understanding the Cuisines of the World

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Nowhere is America's rich ethnic and cultural diversity more apparent than in its restaurants. Every city and region of the United States has a unique cultural heritage - whether it's Cuban, Thai, Spanish, Italian, Indian, French or German - reflected in its dining choices. So what do you order in an ethnic restaurant, and how do you eat? The Ethnic Food Lover's Companion provides all the information you need to make every ethnic dining experience a pleasant and memorable one. In this book you will find information about what to expect in any type of ethnic restaurant; detail profiles of each ethnic cuisine, including key ingredients, spices and methods of preparation; cultural tips to put you at ease with the customs and etiquette of each cuisine; representative dishes of each cuisine defined and described; recommended complete meals from appetizer through dessert and easy recipes you can prepare at home.

About Eve Zibat

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Eve Zibart, author of several books including "The Unofficial Guide to New Orleans, The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World for Grown-ups," and "The Ethnic Food Lover's Companion," is a feature writer and restaurant critic for the "Weekend" section of the "Washington Post;" she drew on her intimate knowledge of D.C.'s diverse after-hours scene and the area's vast array of dining spots when writing our entertainment and restaurant sections. Eve also scoped out where to find the best deals for our chapter on shopping.
Published February 1, 2010 by Menasha Ridge Press. 400 pages
Genres: History, Education & Reference, Cooking. Non-fiction

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