Les « autres recettes des Caraïbes », on y présente tout, mais rien

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L'objectif principal du livre Recipes from Many Lands publié par Oxfam en 1976 était de sensibiliser les écoliers de la Grande-Br...
Posted by : Carolynn McNally
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The Search for Authenticity in a Pan of Biryani

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Who am I to tell you that this biryani isn't authentic? Recipe from Recipes from Many Lands (1976) I was surprised not...
Posted by : Kathleen Gudmundsson
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Labna from Jordan

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Labna (also spelled Labneh, Labaneh, Lebnah, Labne, or Labni ) is a white yogurt cheese that is popular throughout the Middle East. ...
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Guest Post: Oxfam’s Recipes from Many Lands: Tasting the Third World

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In 1976, Oxfam published Recipes from Many Lands, a cookbook featuring 108 recipes from more than 43 developing countries. Oxfam’s Ed...
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Blowing out our first candle - the Historical Cooking Project's anniversary

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The Historical Cooking Project is celebrating its first anniversary! It was a year ago that we met as a historical cooking club and...
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Quaker Oat Bread: Innovation in Product Placement, Disappointment in the Belly

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Disappointment. Disappointing is how I would characterize my first encounter with The Boston Cooking School Cookbook. As a food histori...
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Have a chocolate brownie ... with a side of mystery

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"It was on a dreary night of November that I beheld the accomplishment of my toils." Yes, it was a dreary night in November. I...
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