The Burma Cookbook – reviews and press

The Burma Cookbook, by alumnus Robert Cormack and his partner Morrison Polkinghorne, has been shortlisted for the ‘Best in the World,’ as well as ‘Best Foreign-International Cookbook’ by the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards.

With over ten years in the making, this deliciously illustrated book will transport you to another place. From the Anglo-Burmese recipes of the past to the dishes of today, The Burma Cookbook offers easy to follow recipes as well as a comprehensive glossary.

The Gourmand World Cookbook Awards will be held on June 9th in Yantai, China. We will be wishing our dear friends Robert and Morrison the very best from Santa Monica, CA. Congrats!

lavarenne.com

BangkokPost

Eating a path through the golden land
July 2015
by Michael Ruffles

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Frontier-magazineFrontier Magazine. Read on >>>

foodandtravel.com.au
– reviewed by Sally Hammond

Culinary Historians of Southern California – November 8, 2014

Robert Carmack and Morrison Polkinghorne, “Flavors of Burma: Land of a Million Pagodas” (VIDEO)

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LA TIMES

ANNE WILLAN COOKS FROM THE BURMA COOKBOOK (RECIPE)  LA TIMES

Whether you know it as colonial Burma or modern-but-ancient Myanmar, the Land of a Million Pagodas is ripe for adventure. Robert Carmack and Morrison Polkinghorne organise and host culinary tours to South-East Asia, but their heart belongs to Burma.
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Out of Myanmar: Cookbook shares subtle, savory cuisine

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