The Eurasian Cookbook
The racial mix of Malaysia and Singapore has, amongst other things, produced two food cultures distinctive to the region, the Eurasian and the Nonya cooking styles. While recipe books and restaurants devoted to the latter abound in both countries, Eurasian food and, especially, how to prepare it, are more difficult to come by. Here the queen of that bastion of Singaporean Eurasian culture, St. Joseph's Church in Victoria Street, introduces cooks to a culture that manages to incorporate borrowings from Chinese, Dutch, English Indian, Malay, Peranakan (Straits Chinese) and Portuguese cuisines. 176 pages. Please see the scan of the contents page for further details.
Weight: 0.9kg. Post free within Malaysia
Published by Horizon Books, Singapore 2001. 2009 Reprint. ISBN: 9789810443443
Condition: New Paperback.