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Folks in the Hill Country have traded in their wood-burning stoves for microwave ovens. And even though a freshly killed hen is better eating on the dinner table, they have found sufficient substitutes at the grocery store for their everyday cooking. Adapting to technology, convenience, and even the desire for some new recipes from other regions, Ledford shows how the residents of this part of Tennessee are preparing their favorite dishes in the modern age. The recipes are as genuine as they come, with historic, rustic influences seeping through contemporary ingredients and techniques.
In this exciting new cookbook, Miller invites the adventurous cook into the kitchens of the Mayans from the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico. As an introduction for a cook who has never experienced the tastes from south of the border, this book offers everything needed to start learning. The author provides a description of what ingredients are common in Mayan foods and why, along with a list of necessary utensils and special techniques for preparation and cooking. Paperback.
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