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False Tongues and Sunday Bread : A Guatemalan and Mayan Cookbook
by Copeland Marks


Overview - The Maya the Indians who inhabited part of Mexico and Central America in pre-Hispanic times left the modern world a legacy of remarkable cooking that is still practiced in cliffside huts and middle-class haciendas. Copeland Marks has traveled widely throughout Guatemala and other countries that carry the Mayan heritage, in order to introduce us to the everyday pleasures of this little-known cuisine.  Read more...

 
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Overview
The Maya the Indians who inhabited part of Mexico and Central America in pre-Hispanic times left the modern world a legacy of remarkable cooking that is still practiced in cliffside huts and middle-class haciendas. Copeland Marks has traveled widely throughout Guatemala and other countries that carry the Mayan heritage, in order to introduce us to the everyday pleasures of this little-known cuisine. For anyone who loves the taste of tamales, tortillas, and pungent sauces, this book will provide a rich adventure that begins with but goes far beyond those staples of the corn kitchen. The recipes reveal a delightful and accessible cuisine that, in addition to showcasing traditional Mayan flavor profiles, combines culinary ideas from India, Africa, the Caribbean, Great Britain and Spain."

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781590772768
  • ISBN-10: 1590772768
  • Publisher: M. Evans and Company
  • Publish Date: March 2014
  • Page Count: 408


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