Al dente

Al dente

285,00 kn
Salenbauch, Norbert / Cipriani, Arrigo / Kriegel, Volker

Al dente
Culinary Delight for the Dental Patient

1. Auflage 2009
Book
Hardcover, 104 pages, 18 images (colored)
Language: English
Subject: General Dentistry
Title-No.: 17081
ISBN 978-1-85097-187-0
Quintessence Publishing, Germany

Price: 38.00 €

With genuine understanding for patients undergoing the pain and trauma of rehabilitative treatment, Dr Norbert Salenbauch shows that it is possible to eat well, even feast, throughout the different phases of dental treatment.
This book provides valuable preventive measures, self-care tips, and humorous vignettes from his practice, interspersed with the tantalizing recipes and culinary advice of Arrigo Cipriani, owner of the famed Harry's Bar.
The reader is taken from the dental chair into a friendly Italian kitchen, where the seductive, comforting aromas and rich flavors seem to waft off the pages and into the senses. The book shows patients that there is no medicine like good food and laughter.
Naslov Al dente
Autor Salenbauch, Norbert / Cipriani, Arrigo / Kriegel, Volker
Vrsta Multidisciplinary
Datum objave Nov 28, 2017
Salenbauch, Norbert / Cipriani, Arrigo / Kriegel, Volker

Al dente
Culinary Delight for the Dental Patient

1. Auflage 2009
Book
Hardcover, 104 pages, 18 images (colored)
Language: English
Subject: General Dentistry
Title-No.: 17081
ISBN 978-1-85097-187-0
Quintessence Publishing, Germany

Price: 38.00 €

With genuine understanding for patients undergoing the pain and trauma of rehabilitative treatment, Dr Norbert Salenbauch shows that it is possible to eat well, even feast, throughout the different phases of dental treatment.
This book provides valuable preventive measures, self-care tips, and humorous vignettes from his practice, interspersed with the tantalizing recipes and culinary advice of Arrigo Cipriani, owner of the famed Harry's Bar.
The reader is taken from the dental chair into a friendly Italian kitchen, where the seductive, comforting aromas and rich flavors seem to waft off the pages and into the senses. The book shows patients that there is no medicine like good food and laughter.