Burma: Rivers of Flavor: A Cookbook
The Burmese kitchen is informed by being a crossroads for traders, Buddhist scholars and travellers, and by its neighbours: Thailand, China and India. Despite 150 years of conquests and war, its culinary traditions remained strong and diverse, flecked with curry, tamarind, shallots and pungent fish sauce. Dive in with your intrepid guide, Ms. Duguid who weaves history with home-cooking, and presents recipes for rich curries and stews, fragrant salads, slurpy noodles and street-inspired snacks.
- Hardback / 384 pages
- Published 9 October 2012