A busy little cookbook; covering a good deal of territory in processes and menu suggestions, which transmutes, without a...

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CHINESE COOKING WITH AMERICAN MEALS

A busy little cookbook; covering a good deal of territory in processes and menu suggestions, which transmutes, without a trace of guilt, Chinese recipes and methods to daily American fare. Rightly so, since the author admits her intention from the start Many dishes--all with supermarket ingredients-feature quick fry methods that preserve flavor and nourishment, the use of marinades and always, fresh materials. One could wish for more explicit directions for the all-important ""stir fry"" but this is a fine idea book for the housewife and hostess. Bamboo shoots on Main Street.

Pub Date: Dec. 12, 1969

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Page Count: -

Publisher: Doubleday

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Dec. 1, 1969