Monday, July 31, 2017

HOW TO GET A COPY OF MY FOOD DICTIONARY

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Your perfect gift for all seasons. The first and only published Philippine food and cookingdictionary. Get a copy now online.



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The Philippine Food, Cooking, and Dining Dictionary (PFCDD) is available in the Powerbooks and the National Book Store.
Buy a copy for someone dear and someone special. Of course, gift yourself a copy too. A unique and worthwhile gift you can give this Yuletide. It is the first of its kind - the first Philipine food dictionary printed ever. It is published by the Anvil Publishing. Get to know more about Pinoy food culture with this book.

Know the local and common names of Pinoy food, ingredients, tastes, implements, and other words Filipino used in culinary and related food culture.

The book is ideal for culinary students and teachers, food researchers, food writers and bloggers, foodies, historians, tourists, local travellers, home cook,  those in food business. and those who want to learn new words of the many languages and dialects we have across the archipelago.
   








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