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Review of "Culinary Mexico" by Daniel Hoyer

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Culinary Mexico
by Daniel Hoyer

Gibbs Smith, Publisher
$34.95 Suggested Retail Price

Take an adventure into Mexico where you will learn about the food and the traditions of that country. Daniel Hoyer takes us into the history and cusine of Mexico. Filled with great tastes and a colorful history, our neighbor is brought closer to our understanding.

The recipes are authentic and very easy to produce in your own kitchen. You can learn the techniques and the many flavors of Mexico. We are grateful to Chef Hoyer’s tour that he take us on and you have to know that this chef knows what he is doing. He is Sous Chef for Mark Miller’s Coyote Café. Chef Daniel Hoyer is also a teacher as well as a writer. This is one of the most extensive and enjoyable looks at the foods of Mexico I have ever seen.

Rainbo Electronic Reviews published this review in our February, 2006 issue.

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