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I really enjoyed this cookbook. I get a kick how Barbara Tropp experimented with ingredients & flavors to create Asian dishes all her own. Read morePublished 4 months ago by hairyfishpaws
This is my second copy, I used my first copy so much it fell apart. I love this book. The recipes are lengthy and several recipes are used
to create one dish. Read more
Love this book! Recipes for spice blends like Ten Spice and Curry are incredible!Published 6 months ago by Robert J. Lepper
I love this book...in fact it's my second copy, the first has fallen apart.
Barbara Tropp was a truly inspired chef who I still miss today. Her ideas were brilliant. Read more
This is not a cookbook; it is as insight into the creative mind of Barbara Tropp, one of the greats of our day. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Wendy L. Ghiora
My sister recommended this book to "go with" Barbara's Modern Art of Chinese Cooking I have had on my shelf for years.
As usual my sister was right... Read more