Filled with 100 recipes for the hot new culinary scene-stealer, the wrapped sandwich, this lively cookbook is perfect for the busy cook interested in food that's fast, fresh, and fun. Many of the recipes are inspired by Thai, Mexican, Italian, Japanese, Southwestern, Californian, and other international and regional cuisines, and the wraps can be made with any kind of flat bread, tortilla, or pita .
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Wraps are one of the latest culinary trends, turning up on the menus of upscale restaurants and hotly promoted at fast-food outlets. Each of these books offers 100 imaginative recipes for these "new" sandwiches, from Thai Cucumber and Pork Wraps (Brown) to Wrap-tatouille (Cotler) to Bananas Foster Roll Ups (Brown). Brown's collection is somewhat more unusual, including separate chapters on breakfast/brunch and dessert wraps; Cotler has a longer introduction, on techniques and ingredients, and includes low-fat variations and make-ahead tips with most recipes. But there's little overlap between the two, and each has its own appeal. If you want just one, the first choice is probably Brown's All Wrapped Up, with its somewhat more diverse types of wraps; larger collections could add both titles.
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