By Michele Anna Jordan
A finished and authoritative cookbook protecting California cooking and California delicacies, one who unites numerous diverse cuisines: Spanish, Mexican, Asian, and Italian, and that uses California's year-round harvest of produce. to drag jointly 400 recipes, the writer combed via outdated and present newspapers, cooking magazines, and eating place menus, and talked with domestic chefs.
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