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The Filipino cookbook

The Filipino cookbook

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Published by Anvil Pub. in Pasig, Metro Manila .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cookery, Philippine.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [173]) and index.

    Statement[edited by Cris C. Abiva and Rory C. Subida ; art direction, design and photography by M. G. Chaves ; drawings by Felix Mago Miguel ; introduction by Doreen G. Fernandez.]
    ContributionsAbiva, Cris C., Subida, Rory C.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 172, [1] p. :
    Number of Pages172
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22940091M
    ISBN 109712704068

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    The Philippine Cookbook. The Filipino American Kitchen. Martin Yan’s Chinatown Cooking. The Complete Asian Cookbook. Owning the best cookbooks might be nice but it won’t improve your cooking skills if you have no interest in cooking. Having an interest to learn how to cook is definitely a good thing but being passionate about cooking is.   This book is a great choice for those new to Filipino cuisine or wanting to try new flavors. The recipes have been developed with the home cook in mind. Most are fairly easy to make with easy-to-follow instructions. There is a diverse collection of dishes from appetizers to desserts, though you won’t find any beverages.

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The Filipino Cookbook features easy, step-by-step instructions that Filipinos and non-Filipinos alike will enjoy. Learn to make the famous vegetable dishes of the Tagalog Peninsula to the seafood and noodles of the Visayan Islands and the spicy and colorful curries of Mindanao.

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