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Filled with easy recipes and beautiful photographs, A Wok for All Seasons is an inspiring cookbook which offers a solid core of clear directions to success in this most ancient of cooking arts. Illustrated.
Paperback, 191 pages
Published October 1st 1988 by Main Street Books
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Martin Yan (Chinese: 甄文達) is a Chinese-born Hong Kong-American chef and food writer. He has hosted his award-winning PBS-TV cooking show Yan Can Cook since 1982.
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