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With the texture and taste of a robust chicken, rabbit is a refreshing alternative to the everyday. Learn how to cook it here.
13 Jul 2007 |
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Shandong Crispy Chicken Wings
Milk Braised Pork Shoulder
Mexican Salsa Ceviche
Nose to Tail Eating
A no-nonsense collection of recipes for offal and other often ignored cuts of meat. Authored by acclaimed British chef Fergus Henderson, what other cookbook in your collection instructs you in shaving a whole pigs head?
Charlie Trotter's Meat and Game
From famous restaurant chef comes a book focused on Meat and Game. Top-notch recipes that require attention to detail and a lot of prep. The results, however, are magnificent.
There aren't too many books that tell you how to cure your own salami or make pate. This is a great one.
The Bakers Dozen Cookbook
Classic American baking recipes, all tested and packed with helpful tips. Authored by 13 talented experts.
The Japanese Kitchen
A very accessible book that explains the classics in Japanese cuisine with very little westernization.
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