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Eat Smart in Indonesia: How to Decipher the Menu Know the Market Foods &…

by Joan Peterson, David Peterson

Other authors: S. V. Medaris (Illustrator)

Series: Eat Smart (3)

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The third in the EAT SMART series is a comprehensive, readable survey of the whole scope of Indonesian gastronomy. It confers savvy to partake as fully and gloriously of Indonesian food as desired and is essential reading for any foodie visiting this vast archipelago.The newest (and third) guide in this authoritative series "Eat Smart in Indonesia: How to Decipher the Menu, Know the Market Foods & Embark ona Tasting Adventure" is a paean to Indonesian cuisine. It contains a rich historical perspective on the origins and varieties of Indonesian food and extensive background on the delectable regional dishes. Indonesian phrases are included to make one s culinary adventure even more successful. At the core of the book are two extensive glossaries in Indonesian with English translations. The Menu Guide demystifies food selection, allowing visitors to order with confidence in restaurants; the Foods & Flavors Guide is a comprehensive list of foods, spices, cooking utensils, cooking styles, etc., to make shopping in the colorful outdoor markets easy and fun.Authors Joan and David Peterson (inveterate travelers, cooks, seekers of unusual herbs and spices, and new ways to prepare familiar ingredients) have added a delicious bonus by providing a chapter of recipes for travelers to preview the tastes before departure, thus broadening the guide s appeal to cookbook lovers as well. Distributed for Ginkgo Press"… (more)
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The third in the EAT SMART series is a comprehensive, readable survey of the whole scope of Indonesian gastronomy. It confers savvy to partake as fully and gloriously of Indonesian food as desired and is essential reading for any foodie visiting this vast archipelago.The newest (and third) guide in this authoritative series "Eat Smart in Indonesia: How to Decipher the Menu, Know the Market Foods & Embark ona Tasting Adventure" is a paean to Indonesian cuisine. It contains a rich historical perspective on the origins and varieties of Indonesian food and extensive background on the delectable regional dishes. Indonesian phrases are included to make one s culinary adventure even more successful. At the core of the book are two extensive glossaries in Indonesian with English translations. The Menu Guide demystifies food selection, allowing visitors to order with confidence in restaurants; the Foods & Flavors Guide is a comprehensive list of foods, spices, cooking utensils, cooking styles, etc., to make shopping in the colorful outdoor markets easy and fun.Authors Joan and David Peterson (inveterate travelers, cooks, seekers of unusual herbs and spices, and new ways to prepare familiar ingredients) have added a delicious bonus by providing a chapter of recipes for travelers to preview the tastes before departure, thus broadening the guide s appeal to cookbook lovers as well. Distributed for Ginkgo Press"

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