Lynda Balslev is an award winning writer, cookbook author, and recipe developer. A New England native, Lynda attended Le Cordon Bleu Ecole de Cuisine in Paris and remained in Europe for 15 years, working as a food editor, culinary instructor, and personal chef in Switzerland and Denmark. Lynda currently lives in Northern California where she continues to cook, teach, and write about food and travel.
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with easy-to-read history and origins, plus recipes." (Monsters &
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(City Book Review)