Hawaii Cooks with Taroby Marcia Zina Mager, Alvin S. Huang, Muriel Miura Kaminaka
Over 100 recipes show that Taro is a versatile food ingredient that can be used in every meal course and why it's one of the world's most cultivated crops
This first cookbook devoted solely to Taro in Hawai'i features recipes from island chefs, cooks, nutritionists, and homemakers whose culinary skills make this 'wonder food' readily accessible to a wider audience.
Over 100 recipes show that Taro is a versatile food ingredient that can be used in every meal course and why it's one of the world's most cultivated crops. Recipes such as Taro Corned Beef Hash, Squid Luau, Apricot-Almond Taro Cakes, and Poi Boats with Vanilla Cream Filling take the palate from appetizer to dessert, and everything in between.
Handling, preparation, and cooking tips are also included. Rounding off the recipes are facts, histories, 'olelo no'eau (Hawaiian proverbs), accounts of Taro by early travelers to Hawai'i, and historical as well as modern imagery.
- Mutual Publishing Company
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- Product dimensions:
- 6.30(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.70(d)
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