From Publishers Weekly
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I received this book as a wedding present, and LOVE IT. The variety of recipes, with many staples from other countries, gives me scope for creativity as well as a framework of... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amy Bardwell
I love turning to this book for global recipes and the stories and additional information are heartfelt and interesting. Thank you!Published 6 months ago by Kristi G.
I use this cookbook more often than all of my other cookbooks combined. I have had it for years now, and I love to pass along copies as gifts. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Zfactor1189
Commentary accompanies recipes. Great way to learn about different cultures.Published 9 months ago by P. Williams
I got the Kindle version. The words are all jumbled together or lined up on one side even when I make the print normal sized (I usually make the print quite large because it is... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
I quite like the preachy stories, that others have complained about. As a vegetarian I was hoping for a few more vegetarian recipes, because they are a good way to extend the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Donald J Cooper
I love the stories that accompany the recipes. The variety of recipes are unusual, but realistic to make. It is one of my most used cookbooks.Published 12 months ago by quilter
I still have it for possibly ideas, but honestly, it's too out of date to be useful. Does anyone even eat margarine these days? Read morePublished 12 months ago by Meliossa
Of all the cookbooks I own, I probably refer to this one the most often. I like the fact that it's indexed by recipe type and name as well as by the country of origin of the... Read morePublished 14 months ago by K. Oliver