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“What brings us to the kitchen is hunger, hunger for food, hunger to feed others. What brings us to the kitchen is love, conviviality, connection—we’re finding a place at the table of life. No simple matter to bring forth food, no simple matter to receive nourishment. Beginning where we are, utilizing our gifts, working with our hindrances, the way to be a cook is to start cooking.”—Edward Espe Brown

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  1. The Nepal Cookbook

    The Nepal Cookbook

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    • Association of Nepalis in the Americas
    This treasury of recipes from the members of the Association of Nepalis in the Americas represents the best of authentic Nepali cuisine. From festival dishes to simple everyday favorites the recipes"included here reflect the many facets of Nepal\'s colorful and diverse cultures.Nepali food which is simple to prepare and subtle in flavor is influenced by the cuisines of both India and Tibet. Here"are recipes for all the elements of… Read More

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  2. Tibetan Cooking

    Tibetan Cooking

    Recipes for Daily Living, Celebration, and Ceremony

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    • Elizabeth Esther Kelly
    There is no better way to experience the flavor of an exotic culture than through its food—and no better guide to the recipes and gustatory culture of Tibet than Elizabeth Kelly, long-time cook for lamas and other Tibetans. Her remarkable array of easy-to-follow recipes use ingredients readily available in the West. You will find serving suggestions, meal planning, traditional foods, and numerous vegetarian dishes: everything needed to make a complete… Read More

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    $19.95
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