The Hearty Food of Mongolian Winter

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Photo by Michael A. Parks


The most beloved of Mongolia's "five snouts"--the Mongolian horse--atop a sacred mountain on the first morning of Tsaagan Tsar.


Michael A. Parks lives with the nomadic herders of Mongolia, discovering
The Hearty Food of Mongolian Winter
and wondering why the cuisine goes so unappreciated.

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Michael A. Parks is a freelance writer living in Texas. More

Michael A. Parks is a freelance writer living in Texas. He spent 2009 as a Fulbright Fellow in Mongolia.

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