The Melting Pot Cookbook - Ethnic Cuisine in Texas

The Melting Pot Cookbook - Ethnic Cuisine in Texas is a blend of recipes from 26 cultural and ethnic groups in Texas. Recipes are contemporary. We love this cookbook with such an amazing mix of international and ethnic cuisines. 

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Format: Softcover spiral bound, 231 pages 

Copyright: 1977, Second Printing 

Publisher: University of Texas at San Antonio 

Author: Institute of Texan Cultures 

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Description: The Melting Pot Cookbook is a gathering of recipes from many cultural groups. Here are pots of Czech potato soup, Greek magherista, and Polish hunter's stew. This book is about these things. 

Here are recipes used by members of 26 ethnic or cultural groups in Texas. Not the only ethnic groups in Texas, but representative ones. Most traditional, old-world, national dishes are not in this collection. Pioneer recipes are rarely included. What is included are recipes used by individuals today. 

Many recipes here are basic to several cultures, differing only in details. There are common dishes and festival foods. Material here was collected by the research staff of the Institute of Texan Cultures. 

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Condition: Good condition. 

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