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Citrus Cookbook: Tantalizing Food & Beverage Recipes from Around the World

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Frank Thomas and Marlene Leopold illustrate their appreciation for good food, proving that delicious can also be healthy. The list of health benefits of citrus will undoubtedly grow, but it is what citrus does to taste that has maintained its popularity. It not only imparts a wonderful fresh flavour to foods, but also acts as a natural tenderiser to meat, poultry, and fish ...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published September 1st 2000 by Clear Light Publishing
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Franklin M. "Frank" Thomas was an American animator.

Frank Thomas attended Stanford University, where he worked on the campus humor magazine The Stanford Chaparral with Ollie Johnston.

After graduating from Stanford, he attended Chouinard Art Institute.

Frank Thomas joined The Walt Disney Company on September 24, 1934 as employee number 224. There he animated dozens of feature films and shorts.

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