This is one in a series of 20 short cookbooks for international food lovers everywhere. It showcases traditional and popular dishes from 20 different countries.
There is also a complete collection of all the ebooks.
The format is buffet style, whereby all the dishes from one particular country are placed together on the table.
A full menu is meant to serve twenty guests, but, because of its flexible possibilities, serving smaller numbers is also easy.
You can make dinners for two or more; you can make single dishes. You can use our sides or salads with your own favourite main dishes.
The guesswork needed when placing various combinations together is eliminated; any and all recipes in one particular set will always complement each other.
Cooking methods are simplified and readily available products were chosen. Cook from scratch using fresh and healthy ingredients. No need to open cans or use processed foods while controlling sodium and sugar intakes. Many recipes can be made in less than one hour. We created for you all original variations that have been tested and proven in home kitchens.
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About the Author
Ronald LeClair was born in a small town in northern New-Brunswick Canada. He moved around a lot all of his young life, spending time in Quebec City, Montreal and Ottawa. He won a 10 trip to 'Man and His World' the 1967 Montreal World's Fair when he was 14. This awakened a curiosity for world cultures. Later on, he lived in 5 different Canadian provinces and saw the country from coast to coast. He also traveled to the U.S., Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, South America, Europe, the Middle-East, South Pacific and Australia. He studied 4 languages including French, English, Spanish and Russian. He began to cook at a young age, coming from a family of cooks, helping at special dinners and occasions. Meeting people from all over the world, he learned cuisines of various cultures from them. He worked professionally as head cook in an isolated camp in the far north, where he cooked for 40 people serving 3 meals a day. All his life, he cooked as a hobby, preparing dinner parties, receptions, banquets and family meals. He is also a master carpenter by trade.