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China Moon Cookbook by Barbara Tropp

Like Julia Child, Tropp’s recipes are overlong and over-precise — but they are great starting points, and her repetoire of standard ingredients has inspired my own.

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  1. By Seven-Spice Powder on January 8, 2010 at 1:04 pm

    [...] started with the Ten Spice Powder recipe from China Moon, and fiddled it until I got what I [...]

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