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The Chinese Kitchen: Recipes, Techniques, Ingredients, History, and Memories from America's Leading Authority on Chinese CookingEileen Yin Fei Lo, Author Of Award Winning Cookbooks, Menu Developer For Top Asian Restaurants, And Cooking Teacher, Presents Her Life S Work Reflecting On Her Life In Food, Including Her Childhood In Canton, China, Where She Learned To Cook At Her Grandmother S Side, Eileen Has Created An Exhaustive Cookbook Of Extensive Scope Everything About Chinese Cooking Has Cultural Significance, And Much Of What Eileen Talks About In This Book Has Never Appeared In Print Before In The English Language.There Are Than 250 Recipes In All, Including Many Classic Banquet Style Recipes, Quite A Number Presented For The First Time In The Traditional Manner, From Peking Duck To Beggar S Chicken Dozens Of The Techniques For Preparing These Elaborate Recipes Are Shown In Full Color Photographs In The Color Insert As Well Eileen Also Includes Many Of Her Own Creations, Such As Infused Oils And Rich, Flavorful Stocks, Essential For Cooks Who Are Serious About Mastering The Ancient Art Of Chinese Cooking.Everything Is Here Dim Sum, Congees, Stir Fries, Rice Dishes, Noodles, Bean Curd, Meat Dishes, And For Anyone Who Loves Asian Cuisines, This Is The Ultimate Cookbook, And For Cookbook Lovers And Aspiring Food Professionals, This Is Required Reading.

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  • Hardcover
  • 464 pages
  • The Chinese Kitchen: Recipes, Techniques, Ingredients, History, and Memories from America's Leading Authority on Chinese Cooking
  • Eileen Yin-Fei Lo
  • English
  • 01 July 2018
  • 9780688158262

10 thoughts on “The Chinese Kitchen: Recipes, Techniques, Ingredients, History, and Memories from America's Leading Authority on Chinese Cooking

  1. says:

    It seems that we are in a bit of a retrospective phase this week just the luck of the draw and what better than to look at a book which, 12 years on, still commands a high price tag and remains in print With hundreds if not thousands of new cookbooks each month seeing light, what a testament to this book s longevity and quality Here is a book that encapsulates what it is by the title The Chinese Kitchen Perhaps all you need to know, or at least a damn good AUTHENTIC overview that will keep you occupied and learning for a time before you perhaps expand your horizons into the various regional differences and styles that Chinese food encompasses.At first glance this book can be as inscrutable as Chinese cookery This is no fault of the book per se but it is hard to pigeon hole it It is not just a recipe book It is not a plain how to book Neither is it a history book or personal portrait perspective Yet the author has managed to weave all of these ingredients together to present an excellent book, maybe in the same way that a ...

  2. says:

    I decided I needed to learn chinese cooking and this seemed reasonably accurate I like this book because it seems authentic She s clearly researched her food heritage and the lists of ingredients are extensive but accurate It was an absolute delight to hit the asian grocery store and finally buy things knowing w...

  3. says:

    This is of a book for someone who really wants to dig in to the lore and depth in chinese cooking It is not average kitchen friendly, though it does tone down some recipes to be a bit universal The literature aspect of it is an enjoyable read, though, and I have made a couple recipes from it that turned out okit has unfortunately be...

  4. says:

    I learned a lot about Chinese culture and Chinese cooking, which I was interested in And some techniques But the recipes are rather elaborate and expensive than what I had in mind Quite authentic though, I m sure.

  5. says:

    I love this cookbook, not only for the recipes, but for the stories that the author relates about her family and culture.

  6. says:

    Great book on basic Chinese technique and procedure Wonderful hand in hand with Barbara Tropp s classic.

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