What's cooking in Japan? An American-Japanese cook book :

Bilingual recipe book produced by the women of the 315th Composite Wing of the Fifth Air Force, Fukuoka, Japan. The primary aim is to educate Japanese servants in American cooking, child care and household management, using ingredients which would have been readily available around military postings...

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Online Access:Electronic resource from Adam Matthew Digital Collections
Format: Kit
Language:English
Japanese
Published:Marlborough, Wiltshire : Adam Matthew Digital, Tokyo, Japan : Far Eastern Literary Agency & Pub. House, 2020.
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Summary:Bilingual recipe book produced by the women of the 315th Composite Wing of the Fifth Air Force, Fukuoka, Japan. The primary aim is to educate Japanese servants in American cooking, child care and household management, using ingredients which would have been readily available around military postings.
Item Description:AMDigital Reference:folio TX715 .W49 1949.
Asia;While the collection features practically all the world's cuisines, emphasis is placed upon African cookery and its influence on the Americas. African cookbooks are primarily from those regions linked to the diasporas of the Americas, in addition to South Africa. Researchers can find a growing number of Afro/Caribbean cookbooks, including many from Cuba. Plans are now underway to build a strong collection of Brazilian cookery.
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