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How to Cook a Galah: Celebrating Australia's Culinary Heritage, Dyson, Laurel

Author    Dyson, Laurel

Title   How to Cook a Galah: Celebrating Australia's Culinary Heritage

Binding   Paperback

Book Condition   Near Fine

Edition   First

Size   Octavo

Publisher   South Melbourne Lothian Books 2002

ISBN    0734403968 / 9780734403964

Seller ID   005652

256 pp. Extremely light general and edgewear to illustrated covers. Corners a little curled. All else as new. Black-and-white illustrations throughout. List of Sources; Index. Among the recipes rewritten for today's cooks are Jerrawangala Honey Cakes, Ladies' Cabbage, Ginger Leaf Barramundi, Red Back Spider, Gatherer's Oysters, Tropical Tabouleh, many more. "A real revelation, both fascinating and entertaining. Investigates our roots, what we would have learnt from the Indigenous people, and how we have been shaped by the many communities who have settled on our shores." -- Margaret Fulton

Price = 20.00 AUD



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