Published May 1984
by Bookthrift Co .
Written in English
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Brought the book for my daughter, since she's into Chinese cooking. She's was interested in the soups and dumplings. She got an wok for Christmas last year, and wanted more recipes to cook. I suggest this cookbook cause my mother has the same cookbook and it's better for her to have the cookbook instead of sending her copies of the recipes/5(51). The book extensively covers all that you will need to prepare great Chinese food at home, from describing cooking utensils, methods, and techniques to planning the perfect menu. The author is well respected in the San Francisco Bay Area for her restaurants, and her book has stood the test of . Mastering the Art of Chinese Cooking. By Eileen Yin-Fei Lo, Chronicle Books, Hardcover. $50; pages. Szechuan pork has been my go-to Chinese takeout order for years, so imagine my delight when a dish of Pork Sichuan with Chili Sauce from Eileen Yin-Fei Lo's big, dazzling cookbook turned out to be the best version of this dish—and I made it! THE CHINESE COOK BOOK 3 food, one realizes how delicious it is. It hasbeensaid that if the Chinesewere as great in otherwaysas in cookingability theywould notably influence other nations. Thestory is told ofayoungChinese couple newlymarried. Thebridegroomwasboasting to a friend of his bride's ability in cooking. The friend was invited to visit.
The blurb on the book jacket reads, "With its one-of-a-kind hero, Chinese Cooking for Diamond Thieves is perfect for anyone who loves cooking, Chinese culture, bad jokes, and young love." I'm a crappy cook, I don't have feelings one way or the other about Chinese culture, bad jokes are bad, and young love is kind of cliche/5. Maggie Zhu write about modern chinese cooking - including street food, family recipes, and restaurant dishes. She takes a less labor-intensive approach while maintaining the taste and look of the dish. She is originally from Beijing, and now cook from her Austin, Texas kitchen. The best books on Chinese Food recommended by Fuchsia Dunlop. The English chef who studied cooking in Sichuan tells us that there is no one Chinese cuisine, how Western perceptions of Chinese food are changing, and why carrots are called "barbarian radishes" in Mandarin. Extensive selection of new and used Asian Cooking Books. Buy your favorite Asian Cooking Books at much lower prices compared to other booksellers. Free U.S. shipping over $
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