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More Cooking Secrets of the CIA: Over 100 New Recipes from America's Most Famous Cooking School (The Companion Book to the Public Television Series)
More Cooking Secrets of the CIA Over 100 New Recipes from America's Most Famous Cooking School - The Companion Book to the Public Television Series
ISBN-13: 9780811818636
ISBN-10: 0811818632
Publication Date: 1/1/1998
Pages: 132
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed More Cooking Secrets of the CIA: Over 100 New Recipes from America's Most Famous Cooking School (The Companion Book to the Public Television Series) on + 51 more book reviews
try the chocolate mousse with fresh raspberries
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This book has great recepies that are easy and unique.
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Having eaten at one of the Culinary Institute of Americas food fests, I can attest that their food is extraordinary. I also had the opportunity to talk with some of the soon-graduates and their dedication to fine food is impressive.

This book is a companion to the Public Broadcast Station (PBS) series. The recipes fall in 3 categories:

Starters and side dishes
Main Courses
Desserts

Many of the finished products are shown in color. Some of my favorites are:

Abdellas carrot salad
Grilled new potatoes with mustard seed
White chili
Potato noodles with grilled vegetables
Chocolate-hazelnut biscotti
Cranberry-pear tart

The only reason Im parting with this book is because it has a sizeable number of recipes with coffee and I really dont like coffee. Someone else would enjoy this more.