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A Cuisine Journey of Croatia

A Cuisine Journey of Croatia

A Cuisine Journey of Croatia

Want to brush up or get introduced to Croatian cuisine, or looking for a gift (Mother’s Day is around the corner), then check out this new book…

‘A Cuisine Journey of Croatia’ is a coffee table style book showcasing Croatian cuisine and various historical information about the country. Entirely in English, its an ideal way to showcase Croatia through some history and food. The book has been written and designed with the reader to be creative with their cooking.

Check out a couple of recipes from the book below.


More information how to get hold of a copy on the following link: http://www.lulu.com/au/en/shop/tom-dopierala/a-cuisine-journey-of-croatia/paperback/product-21240555.html or through Facebook here.


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