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Adventures in Armenian Cooking     View
Web version of a cookbook originally published to raise funds for an Armenian church. Includes instructions for canning grape leaves, making "madzoon" (yogurt), cracker bread, "basturma" (pastrami), "paklava" (baklava), ...
http://www.armeniapedia.org/index.php?title=Adventures_in_Armenian_Cooking

Food and Drink in Finland     View
Material about traditional Finnish food and drink. "In summer new potatoes, fresh vegetables, salmon, whitefish and Baltic herring are [favored]. ... Crayfish are in season from late July through September. Mushrooms and game figure prominently ...
http://www.visitfinland.com/w5/index.nsf/(Pages)/Food_and_Drink?opendocument&np=B-30

FinFood: Taste of Finland     View
This site about Finnish food culture explains that "[t]here is more to the Finnish cuisine than Finnish Easter pudding Mämmi and salted fish." On this site learn about popular Finnish dishes, drink culture (including milk and fruit and ...
http://www.finfood.fi/finfood/ff.nsf/0/DDCCD32B09FBB2B8C22571700026A471?opendocument&lng=TasteOfFinland&sh=Kaikille&cat1=Home

Dim Sum     View
A brief introduction to this Chinese form of small plate meals, usually served in restaurants. "Most dim sum foods are savory pastries — steamed or fried dumplings, filled buns, noodles. There are also sweet pastries, vegetables, [and] meats ...
http://www.cuisinenet.com/digest/region/china/dimsum_intro.shtml

Recipes From Provençe     View
Collection of recipes for dishes from the Provençe region of southern France. Includes recipes for ratatouille, basil and cheese flan, grilled red mullet, and Provençales bean soup with basil (soupe au pistou). Additional recipes are availa ...
http://www.culturekiosque.com/chef/recipes-provence/archive

A Brief History of French Food     View
This 2002 article provides background about the development of French cuisine, such as "the origins of the restaurant, haute cuisine and Champagne, and the sorry case of the tardy lobster." Covers French cookery as influenced by Moorish cui ...
http://www.waitrose.com/food/celebritiesandarticles/internationalcuisine/0205064.aspx

Cuisine of Ancient Armenia: Dining at Noah's Table     View
Includes recipes for traditional Armenian foods that "were part of the every day fare enjoyed while [the author] was growing up outside of Fresno, California," a glossary of food terms, some information about the historical context of Armen ...
http://www.thegutsygourmet.net/armenian.html

Vanilla Beans: Past and Present     View
A brief history on the origin and evolution of vanilla flavoring and fragrance. Also includes a description of vanilla products and of vanilla species: Bourbon (applies to beans grown on the Bourbon Islands of Madagascar, Comoro, Santa Maria, and Reu ...
http://www.bostonvanillabeans.com/vanilla_bean_history.htm

The Meaning of Food     View
Companion site to this "documentary series that explores our relationships to food and reveals the connection food has to our identity: personal, cultural, and familial." Features stories on topics such as the slow food movement, comfort fo ...
http://www.pbs.org/opb/meaningoffood/

The Jewish Guide to the Internet     View
A searchable, browsable portal to Internet resources related to Judaism. Covers academic Jewish studies, Hebrew, history, Israel, kosher food, and many other topics. Companion to a book by the same title. Maintained by librarian Diane Romm.
http://www.jewishinternetguide.com

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