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The Chinese festive board

  • 153 Pages
  • 4.72 MB
  • English
Oxford University Press , Hong Kong, New York
Cookery, Ch
StatementCorrinne Lamb
SeriesOxford paperbacks
The Physical Object
Pagination153 p., [4] leaves of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16248522M
ISBN 100195839560

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The core of the book, however, is its collection of 50 recipes, which addresses the basic foundation of Chinese cookery. In our ongoing look at the culinary holdings at the New York Historical Society, today we explore the The Chinese Festive Board published in by author Corinne Lamb.

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