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Ginger Tea Makes Friends

by James Barber

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Canada's favorite cook and eating book author puts new twist on old favorites such as Almost Bisque, Poor Man Pizza, and Slightly Pretentious Pork Chops. His fresh, anecdotal approach and funny line drawings make it almost more fun to prepare Coq au Vin, Buttered Crab, and Lamb and Anchovies than it is to eat them. Read on and James will show you how easy it is to whip up Zabaglione, Avoglimono, or Pescado del Carmen anytime you get a craving.… (more)
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elightful cookbook of simple, flexible recipes--and "how to do it" for each recipe is illustrated on the facing page by the author's cartoons. James Barber is famous in Canada for his easy, inventive style of cooking. This book contains the well-known recipe for eight-hour chicken and another about how to make a turkey taste like a 20-pound pheasant.

In this 1971 version, the pages are rust, hunter green, or burnt orange in sections. It's part of my permanent collection. Mine is ISBN 0888941692. It was originally published by Douglas & McIntyre, Vancouver, B.C. and now back in print from Raincoast Books. ( )
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Canada's favorite cook and eating book author puts new twist on old favorites such as Almost Bisque, Poor Man Pizza, and Slightly Pretentious Pork Chops. His fresh, anecdotal approach and funny line drawings make it almost more fun to prepare Coq au Vin, Buttered Crab, and Lamb and Anchovies than it is to eat them. Read on and James will show you how easy it is to whip up Zabaglione, Avoglimono, or Pescado del Carmen anytime you get a craving.

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