World Hospitality Cookbook
If you were invited to a meal in India, your host might serve Egg Curry, Raita, and Orange Chutney. Go to a home in Zambia and you'd have Tonga Chicken, Cornmeal Porridge, and Cabbage-Peanut Relish. A family in England might serve you Egg and Lemon Soup, Shepherd's Pie, and Yorkshire Pudding. Every country has its own distinctive cuisine and customs for entertaining guests.
Christian missionaries have collected recipes and hospitality customs from around the world in the World Hospitality Cookbook. Here you'll learn how to bake bread over a campfire as Native Americans do. You'll find the recipe for a Nepalese one-pot meal. You'll discover an amazing variety of main courses made from Japanese tofu, and much more. There are recipes and entertaining ideas for every occasion.
The World Hospitality Cookbook gives you a new appreciation of people in other cultures as you try the foods they eat. The recipes are easy and economical, made from ingredients available in most local groceries. So it's the kind of cookbook you can use to delight your family and guests, again and again.
Cooking/Regional & Ethnic/General Cookbooks
272 Pages 5.5" x 8.5"
Otabind® Lay-flat Paperback $16.99