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Mary Sia's Chinese cookbook by Mary Li Sia
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Mary Sia's Chinese cookbook (edition 1967)

by Mary Li Sia, Julia Child (Former Owner.)

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Easy-to-follow directions for 300 Chinese dishes are enhanced by informative background on Chinese cookery & bits of Oriental lore, custom, & ceremony. Written by an expert chef who taught cooking for over 35 years both in Peking & Hawaii, this cookbook contains recipes that range from simple, everyday dishes to those suitable for more formal, elaborate feasts.… (more)
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Title:Mary Sia's Chinese cookbook
Authors:Mary Li Sia
Other authors:Julia Child (Former Owner.)
Info:Honolulu, Univ. of Hawaii Pr. 1967
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1st pub 1956. See other entry.
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Easy-to-follow directions for 300 Chinese dishes are enhanced by informative background on Chinese cookery & bits of Oriental lore, custom, & ceremony. Written by an expert chef who taught cooking for over 35 years both in Peking & Hawaii, this cookbook contains recipes that range from simple, everyday dishes to those suitable for more formal, elaborate feasts.

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