The Agrarian Kitchen

Dunn, Rodney

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2013. 290x230mm, 280pp, col photos thru, hardcover in dustjacket. New copy. Former apprentice chef to Tetsuya, former food editor of Gourmet Traveller, and now founder of The Agrarian Kitchen in Tasmania, where he and his wife Severine run a sustainable farm-based cooking school. RRP is $59.99, our price. Bookseller Inventory #

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