Burt Wolf's Table

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Doubleday, 1994 - Cooking - 288 pages
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This entirely new collection, which serves as a companion to Burt's new TV series of the same name on PBS, offers not only the best recipes gleaned from professional chefs and home cooks from Australia, Taipei, Taiwan, Jamaica, and other settings both familiar and exotic, but also food tips, travel lore, and a wealth of information, all provided in Burt's amusing, chatty, and trademark personal style. Photos; illustrations.

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More or less a "sequel" to Wolf's Eating Well (LJ 8/92), the companion to his last PBS program, this accompanies his new 26-week series. Again, there are recipes collected in Wolf's travels all over ... Read full review

Contents

SOUPS
4
DUTCH CHEESE SOUP
10
SEAFOOD CHOWDER
17
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About the author (1994)

Burt Wolf has written and edited dozens of books, and he has hosted five internationally syndicated television series. He lives in New York City.

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