Foods of China

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Gareth Stevens Publishing LLLP, Aug 1, 2011 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
Spring rolls, kung pao chicken, tofu, rice...Chinese food has something delicious for everyone. China’s cuisine offers more than appetizing meals. It offers a taste of a remarkable country. While there’s much to learn about China's contributions to the American palate, this book also delves into the country's history, geography, and folklore. After a look at these vibrant photographs, readers will want to try exotic Chinese dishes, such as Buddha Jumping Over the Wall and hundred-year eggs. They’ll get also get a chance to follow an authentic Chinese recipe.
 

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Contents

All About China
4
Common Ingredients
10
StirFry
16
Glossary
22
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