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Red Hot! A Cook's Encyclopedia Of Fire And Spice

2.33 of 5 stars 2.33  ·  rating details  ·  3 ratings  ·  1 review
An opulent mix of classic and inspirational dishes, representing the very best of hot, and fiery from all corners of the globe.
Published (first published December 25th 2004)
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Megan
Don't get me wrong this is a good cookbook. I only gave it two stars not because the book itself isn't very good, but because I don't ever use it. The one item of note in the book which is well worth it are the spice rubs and paste recipes included.
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Fleetwood is a cookbook writer specializing in the foods of Latin America. She runs Iziko lo Lwazi, a nonprofit craft project based in Cape Town, South Africa
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