Knack Chinese Cooking: A Step-by-Step Guide to Authentic Dishes Made Easy

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Rowman & Littlefield, Nov 10, 2009 - Cooking - 256 pages

For those who have always wanted to prepare Chinese food at home, here is the book they can actually learn Chinese cooking from—full-color, step-by-step photographs fully convey the process and presentation of Chinese cuisine. With 350 photos and 100 main recipes plus 250 variations suited for the contemporary kitchen, Knack Chinese Cooking offers a veritable banquet of authentic recipes from the Eight Great Cuisines of China, as well as dishes from China's emerging cosmopolitan capitals and from the best Chinatown kitchens. Readers gain a basic knowledge of the equipment, ingredients, and techniques needed to prepare an essential repertoire of Chinese dishes.

 

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A fine collection of good and easy to make Chinese food. The book does not always indicate the regional source of the food recipe. Many recipes are modified from it's original ethnic version. I read a lot of the recipes and personally tried about 7 recipes all taste very good. Much better than you get from most so called Chines shopping center restaurants.
I recommend this book to all that are not Chinese but like the food. The references in the book to ingredients is done well. The authors references to equipment, utensils, and ingredients is made so it is easily available and obtainable on most super stores, in contrast to other Chines cook books that requires you to have access to a "Real Chines market", this is a real plus.
I perspective based on what have written above they deserve 5 Star. I used 4.
Well Done.
Alex Remington.
 

Contents

Index
238
Back Cover
245
Spine
246
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About the author (2009)

Belinda Hulin is the former food editor of the Florida Times-Union and the author of two cookbooks. She and her husband toured China, adopting their daughter Sophie along the way.

Kian Lam Kho, a Singapore native who now makes New York City his home, is a chef and the author of the food blog RedCook.net.

Liesa Cole is the photographer for Knack Quick & Easy Cooking, as well as The Lyons Press's Seduced by Bacon and Soup for Everybody.

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