Howard Hillman

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Howard Hillman is an author specializing in travel, cooking, and wine, including a book on kitchen science that has seen three editions. He is a graduate of Harvard Business School,[1] and has published over 25 books. He maintains an extensive website on "Wonders of the World." He wrote the "longest article ever to appear in The New York Times Travel Section."[1]

Books[edit]

  • The Diner's Guide to Wines (1978)
  • The Book of World Cuisines (ISBN 0-14-004989-4, 1979)
  • The Cook's Book (ISBN 0-380-76794-5, 1981)
  • Kitchen Science: A Guide to Knowing the Hows and Whys for Fun and Success in the Kitchen, (ISBN 0-395-30533-0, 1981).
    • Revised ed.: Kitchen Science: A Guide to Knowing the Hows and Whys for Fun and Success in the Kitchen, (1989). ISBN 0-395-48072-8
    • Revised/updated ed.: The New Kitchen Science: A Guide to Knowing the Hows and Whys for Fun and Success in the Kitchen, (2003). ISBN 0-618-24963-X
  • Great Peasant Dishes of the World aka Great Peasant Dishes (1983)
  • Art of Dining Out (ISBN 0-671-46196-6, 1984)
  • Howard Hillman's Kitchen Secrets (ISBN 0-02-551610-8, 1985)
  • The Gourmet Guide to Beer (1988)

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