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by Clifford A. Wright This was a Christmas gift to self, one of my better ones. I love one-pot cooking, and it's usually one big, battered, red or blue Le Creuset pot. I've always been drawn to peasant food. So Clifford Wright's book is a perfect fit. He provides great geographical background information for his recipes, which he's culled from around the world. Reading this is a trip, really. He offers chapters on different proteins, and includes game recipes and vegetarian offerings. The info boxes that are sprinkled throughout the book have useful and pertinent information, as does a source list at the back. The index is better than most, too, when it comes to searching for recipes containing a particular ingredient. I haven't yet met a bad recipe. Some favorites: Chicken and Sweet Potato Curry, Austrian Pork and Cabbage Stew. His Beef Burgundy recipe is my go-to recipe now. If I could only keep 10 cookbooks, this would be one.

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