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The Urban Cookbook

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Here is an international culinary first, a cookbook with a difference: recipes to feed the creative appetite, born out of the edgy, rugged culture of the street. Jerk chicken with hot pepper gravy, Ras-el-hanout lamb, Trinchada, Potjiekos, Rajad's perfect steak: King Adz explores five of the world's greatest cities to seek out and cook forty dishes in all.

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Hardcover, 256 pages
Published November 17th 2008 by Thames & Hudson (first published November 3rd 2008)
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Rebecca
The recipies were interesting but there weren't heaps, and the other content of the book will age pretty quickly I think...
Ainun Nazrin
Coolest. Cookbook. Ever.
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