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|Author||: Emily Kim,Lauren Chattman,Maangchi Kim,Maangchi|
|Editor||: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt|
Explore the rich diversity of Korean cooking in your own kitchen! Maangchi gives you the essentials of Korean cooking, from bibimbap to brewing your own rice liquor.
|Author||: Maangchi,Martha Rose Shulman|
|Editor||: Rux Martin/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt|
The definitive book on Korean cuisine by "YouTube's Korean Julia Child"* and the author of Maangchi's Real Korean Cooking *New York Times
|Author||: Marc Cramer|
The 120 easy-to-follow recipes from the four khanates (kingdoms) of the empire, which include the following countries - Mongolia, Chinese-controlled Inner Mongolia, China, Bhutan, Tibet, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Armenia, Russia, Poland, Ukraine, Hungary, Burma, Vietnam, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, and Turkey. The author’s insightful introduction, glossary of spices and ingredients, and list of sample menus will assist the home chef in creating meals fit for an emperor.
|Author||: Monisha Bharadwaj|
|Editor||: Hippocrene Books|
The Indian Spice kitchen is an indispensable guide to Indian cuisine. It takes the reader through key ingredients that are now readily available in the West, with over 200 simple but mouth-watering recipes. From the earthy, creamy lentil dishes and yoghurt-based marinades in North Indian cooking to the rice, coconut and curry leaves that are famous staples of the South, The Indian Spice Kitchen provides a context (cultivation, appearance, taste, culinary uses and health benefits) for nearly every regional classic.
|Editor||: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt|
A complete course on Korean cuisine for the home cook by the YouTube star and the world's foremost authority on Korean cooking Her millions of fans compare her to Julia Child. An Internet sensation, Maangchi has won the admiration of home cooks and chefs alike with her trademark combination of good technique and good cheer as she demonstrates the vast and delicious cuisine of Korea. In Maangchi’s Real Korean Cooking, she shows how to cook all the country’s best dishes, from few-ingredient dishes (Spicy Napa Cabbage) to those made familiar by Korean restaurants (L.A. Galbi, Bulgogi, Korean Fried Chicken) to homey one-pots like Bibimbap. For beginners, there are dishes like Spicy Beef and Vegetable Soup and Seafood Scallion Pancake. Maangchi includes a whole chapter of quick, spicy, sour kimchis and quick pickles as well. Banchan, or side dishes (Steamed Eggplant, Pan-Fried Tofu with Spicy Seasoning Sauce, and refreshing Cold Cucumber Soup) are mainstays of the Korean table and can comprise a meal. With her step-by-step photos—800 in all—Maangchi makes every dish a snap. A full glossary, complete with photos, explains ingredients. Throughout, Maangchi suggests substitutions where appropriate and provides tips based on her readers’ questions.
|Author||: Martha Rose Shulman|
|Editor||: Rodale Books|
Intensely flavorful and inherently healthy, Mediterranean food is one of the world's most appealing cuisines. Mediterranean cooks know how to make eating a pleasure. They do it simply—with olive oil and garlic; with herbs and spices; with tomatoes and eggplants, peppers and squash, figs and peaches, and other seasonal produce. And of course there is crusty bread and local cheese, the freshest yogurt and endless wine. In this authoritative and anecdotal cookbook, award-winning author Martha Rose Shulman captures the vibrant flavors of the Mediterranean region in more than 500 delicious vegetarian dishes that will appeal to everyone. The book represents years of meticulous research gleaned from Shulman's travels through France, Spain, Italy, the Balkans, Greece, Turkey, North Africa, and the Middle East. She presents authentic contemporary variations as well. You'll dine with her in Greek olive groves, feast on recipes handed down from mother to daughter for generations, and she offers her own tomatoes and fresh sardines in Croatia, savor coffee gelato in the streets of Bologna. At every turn in the road there is a new culinary reward. Whether you are a vegetarian or a dedicated meat eater, Shulman's recipes are substantial enough to satisfy any appetite. Included are such tempting creations as Majorcan Bread and Vegetable Soup, Provençal Chick Pea Salad, Pasta with Ligurian Artichoke Sauce, Greek Cauliflower Gratin with Feta and Olives, Balkan-Style Moussaka, North African Carrot "Compote," and Sweet Dessert Couscous with Citrus and Pomegranate. There is also an entire chapter devoted to the renowned "little foods" of the Mediterranean: tapas from Spain, antipasti and merende from Italy; meze from the eastern and southern Mediterranean, and more. In addition, the book features a glossary of useful cookware and indispensable pantry staples and the best online sources for hard-to-find ingredients. As Martha Rose Shulman herself says, "Mediterranean food enthralls me." Readers of Mediterranean Harvest will be enthralled as well.
|Author||: Lauren Chattman|
Hundreds of choices to satisfy the most discriminating cookie eaters - kids! Think you don't have time to bake from scratch? In Mom's Big Book of Cookies, Lauren Chattman shows you how easy it is to make homemade cookies for your family, with 200 fabulous cookie recipes that your kids (and everyone else in the family) will eagerly devour. As a former professional pastry chef, Chattman knows what it takes to produce high-quality baked goods, but as a mother of two she is realistic about how much time moms have for baking. All the recipes in this book are easy to follow, and all have been taste-tested and given a big thumbs-up by Chattman's own children and their friends and schoolmates. Featuring both kid-friendly flavors and more sophisticated options for adults, these recipes will get you through any number of occasions that scream out for cookies, such as birthday parties, holidays, school bake sales, or bad-weather days when everyone is stuck in the house and looking for something fun to do. Written by a mom for moms and featuring a user-friendly lay-flat binding, Mom's Big Book of Cookies also gives you lots of useful tips to ensure cookie-baking success and suggests ways to involve your kids in the cookie-making process. With each recipe more delicious-sounding than the last, you are sure to find dozens of wholesome treats that will soon become family favorites.
|Author||: Emily Kim|
This is the second, revised edition of my first cookbook, a collection of Korean recipes from my first 18 YouTube videos and published in 2008. All of them are delicious and I include full-color pictures of ingredients so you can bring this book with you to the market and buy the exactly what you need. Recipes in the book include: Main dishes: Breaded cod filets (Daegujeon), Black bean noodles (Jjajangmyeon), Mixed rice with vegetables (Bibimbap), Grilled beef (Soegogi gui), Hot and spicy stir fried squid (Ojinguh bokkeum), Stir fried noodles with mixed vegetables (Japchae) Kimchi: Napa cabbage kimchi and radish kimchi (Kkakdugi), Stuffed cucumber kimchi (Oisobagi) Snacks: Spicy rice cake (Ddeokbokkie), Tuna roll (Kimbap) Soups (Guk): Spicy beef with vegetable soup (Yukgaejang), Radish soup with beef (Muguk), Ginseng chicken soup (Samgyetang), Sea plant soup (Miyeokguk) Stews: Bean paste vegetable stew (Doenjangjjigae), Beef and vegetable stew (Bulgogi jeongol), Kimchi stew (Kimchijjigae) Side dishes (Banchan): Spinach side dish (Sigeumchi namul), Vegetable pancake (Buchujeon), Sea plant salad (Miyeok muchim) I hope you have as much fun making them as I did writing them!
|Author||: Kim Man-Jo,Lee Kyou-Tae|
|Editor||: Tuttle Publishing|
Learn to make Korean kimchee with this easy-to-use Korean cookbook. Korea's favorite food - kimchee - is not simply a side dish. Made by pickling vegetables and other foods, adding seasonings and allowing the mixture to mature, it is the country's national dish. Based on the Asian theory of Yin and Yang, kimchee expresses Korean Cosmology in its highest form, in fact to a Korean, to eat kimchee is to become one with the universe. This cookbook catalogues over 80 recipes for all seasons. Recipes include: Traditional whole cabbage kimchee Cubed radish kimchee Cucumber kimchee King scallion kimchee Swiss chard kimchee Stuffed kimchee Korean watercress juicy kimchee Octopus kimchee And many more! Sumptuous photographs illustrate the dishes and substitutes are offered for hard-to-find or specifically Korean ingredients. Tips on preparation and a historical and cultural over-view of the dish make for a comprehensive insight into Korean cuisine and culture.
|Author||: Jane Grigson|
|Editor||: U of Nebraska Press|
In Jane Grigson's Vegetable Book American readers, gardeners, and food lovers will find everything they've always wanted to know about the history and romance of seventy-five different vegetables, from artichokes to yams, and will learn how to use them in hundreds of different recipes, from the exquisitely simple ?Broccoli Salad? to the engagingly esoteric ?Game with Tomato and Chocolate Sauce.? Jane Grigson gives basic preparation and cooking instructions for all the vegetables discussed and recipes for eating them in every style from least adulterated to most adorned. This is by no means a book intended for vegetarians alone, however. There are recipes for ?Cassoulet,? ?Chicken Gumbo,? and even Dr. William Kitchiner's 1817 version of ?Bubble and Squeak? (fried beef and cabbage). ø Jane Grigson's Vegetable Book is a joy to read and a pleasure to use in the kitchen. It will introduce you to vegetables you've never met before, develop your friendship with those you know only in passing, and renew your romance with some you've come to take for granted. ø This edition has a special introduction for American readers, tables of equivalent weights and measures, and a glossary, which make the book as accessible to Americans as it is to those in Grigson's native England.
|Author||: Hiroko Shimbo|
With Asian food becoming ever more popular, the dearth of Japanese cookbooks is surprising. How fortunate, then, to have this ambitious, authoritative new work from a knowledgeable and talented Japanese cooking teacher. Shimbo-Beitchman, who ran a cooking school in Tokyo for eight years and London for two, now teaches in New York City, and part of the appeal of her book is her ready familiarity with Western kitchens and culinary style. She provides a detailed guide to equipment, techniques, and ingredients, followed by a wide-ranging selection of recipes of all sorts. There are both the home-style dishes she grew up on and more elaborate ones for special occasions, as well as the traditional Japanese classics, with her own touches, of course, and innovative new recipes. Shimbo-Beitchman has an appealing, straightforward style, and the head notes and text convey a vast amount of information; recipe instructions are detailed and clear. An essential purchase.
|Author||: Jennifer Aranas|
|Editor||: Tuttle Publishing|
Selected as a semifinalist in the 2007 IACP Cookbook Awards In The Filipino-American Kitchen, Chicago-based chef and teacher Jennifer Aranas introduces the exotic flavors of her ancestral Filipino homeland, taking readers on a gastronomic tour — from sweet and spicy to smoky and tangy — while transforming delicious native recipes into easy-to-make meals. Even if you're an experienced Filipino cook, you will discover new favorites among this collection of over 100 recipes, which includes everything from appetizers to desserts. The recipes combine traditional Filipino cooking with New World variations, reflecting the author's Filipino-American roots. She offers innovative interpretations of native recipes such as Duck Adobo, Green Papaya and Jicama Salad, Salmon Kilaw, Lamb Casoy, and Ambrosia Shortcake, alongside traditional favorites such as Crispy Lumpia Egg Rolls, Hearty Paella, Pancit Noodles and Sweet Halo-Halo Sundaes. The "Basics" chapter introduces the building blocks of Filipino cuisine, showing you step-by-step how to create authentic Filipino food. A detailed buying guide leads you through the bustling Asian market, demystifying the flavor essentials — such as coconut, palm vinegar, shrimp paste and calamansi lime — that set the food of the Philippines apart from its Asian neighbors. With this Filipino cookbook at your side, you can share these mouthwatering Filipino dishes with your friends and family.
|Author||: Alice Waters|
|Editor||: Random House|
“Chez Panisse is an extraordinary dining experience. . . . It is Alice Waters's brilliant gastronomic mind, her flair for cooking, and her almost revolutionary concept of menu planning that make Chez Panisse so exciting.”—James Beard Justly famed for the originality of its ever-changing menu and the range and virtuosity of its chef and owner, Alice Waters, Chez Panisse is known throughout the world as one of America's greatest restaurants. Dinner there is always an adventure—a different five-course meal is offered every night, and the restaurant has seldom repeated a meal since its opening in 1971. Alice Waters is a brilliant pioneer of a wholly original cuisine, at once elegant and earthy, classical and experimental, joyous in its celebration of the very finest and freshest ingredients. In this spectacular book, Alice Waters collects 120 of Chez Panisse's best menus, its most inspired transformations of classic French dishes. The Chez Panisse Menu Cookbook is filled with dishes redolent of the savory bouquet of teh garden, the appealing aromas and roasty flavors of food cooked over the charcoal grill, and the delicate sweetness of fish fresh from the sea. There are menus here for different seasons of the year, for picnics and outdoor barbecues and other great occasions. Handsomely designed and illustrated by David Lance Goines, this is an indispensable addition to the shelf of every great cook and cookbook readers. “A lovely book, wonderfully inventive, and the food is very pure.”—Richard Olney
|Author||: Jeeca Uy|
|Editor||: Page Street Publishing|
Discover the best and most popular Asian foods transformed into healthful vegan meals. Jeeca Uy, creator of the popular blog The Foodie Takes Flight, specializes in simple vegan cooking that’s accessible for anyone, anywhere. Because Jeeca lives in the Philippines without easy access to specialty ingredients, you won’t need to make special trips to an Asian market or Whole Foods to prepare these family-friendly meals. You might even have all you need right at home! Jeeca even includes a bonus chapter of make-your-own basics and sauces if you need an quick and easy teriyaki sauce or vegan fish sauce. Take your taste buds on a trip to Thailand for Pad Thai, Drunken Noodles, Curry Tofu Cakes and Green Vegetable Curry. Delight in Korean Bibimbap, Japanese Yaki Soba and Indonesian Fried Rice. From dumplings to pho and everything in between, enjoy all the delicious flavors you love, made completely from plants! With this cookbook, you’ll be amazed to see how simple and tasty Asian cooking can be on a vegan diet.
|Author||: Shawn Wong|
|Editor||: University of Washington Press|
Homebase is the coming of age story of Rainsford Chan in 1950s and '60s California. Rainsford is a fourth-generation Chinese American named after the town where his great-grandfather worked during the gold rush. Orphaned at fifteen, he attempts to claim America as his homebase, and his personal history is interwoven with dreams, stories, and letters of his family's life in America. Moving through time and place, the story allows the reader to discover the past as Rainsford does, to see the world through his eyes, and to learn the truth about the Chinese American experience.
|Author||: Elizabeth Andoh|
|Editor||: Ten Speed Press|
In 1975,Gourmet magazine published a series on traditional Japanese food —the first of its kind in a major American food magazine — written by a graduate of the prestigious Yanagihara School of classical cuisine in Tokyo. Today, the author of that groundbreaking series, Elizabeth Andoh, is recognized as the leading English-language authority on the subject. She shares her knowledge and passion for the food culture of Japan in WASHOKU, an authoritative, deeply personal tribute to one of the world's most distinctive culinary traditions. Andoh begins by setting forth the ethos of washoku (traditional Japanese food), exploring its nuanced approach to balancing flavor, applying technique, and considering aesthetics hand-in-hand with nutrition. With detailed descriptions of ingredients complemented by stunning full-color photography, the book's comprehensive chapter on the Japanese pantry is practically a book unto itself. The recipes for soups, rice dishes and noodles, meat and poultry, seafood, and desserts are models of clarity and precision, and the rich cultural context and practical notes that Andoh provides help readers master the rhythm and flow of the washoku kitchen. Much more than just a collection of recipes, WASHOKU is a journey through a cuisine that is rich in history and as handsome as it is healthful. Awards2006 IACP Award WinnerReviews“This extensive volume is clearly intended for the cook serious about Japanese food.”—Minneapolis Star Tribune“. . . scholarly, yet inspirational . . . a foodie might just sit back and read for sheer enjoyment and edification.”—Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
|Author||: Ivy Hope|
One wok + fresh ingredients = lip-smacking meal! You don't have to be a kitchen goddess to learn the art of making Chinese wok-made meals. These dishes are extremely easy and exceptionally appetizing. With basic ingredients and simple steps, you will master the technique to reach someone's heart - through their stomachs! Join us in the adventure of making authentic Chinese wok-made dishes minus the hustle! Presenting 30 mouth-watering authentic Chinese wok-made recipes that will surely please your tummy with minimal culinary skills and efforts. With these easy and fancy recipes, you are sure to travel to the lanes of China towns by without moving out of the comfort of your own kitchen. Why order food online when you can make authentic Chinese wok-made dishes right in the comfort of your kitchen? Be it pork, chicken, beef, shrimp, or squid that you want to have for dinner, we have the choicest recipes that are handpicked that will make you go "Mmmmmm!" with pleasure.
|Author||: Andrea Nguyen|
|Editor||: Ten Speed Press|
An intimate collection of more than 175 of the finest Vietnamese recipes. When author Andrea Nguyen's family was airlifted out of Saigon in 1975, one of the few belongings that her mother hurriedly packed for the journey was her small orange notebook of recipes. Thirty years later, Nguyen has written her own intimate collection of recipes, Into the Vietnamese Kitchen, an ambitious debut cookbook that chronicles the food traditions of her native country. Robustly flavored yet delicate, sophisticated yet simple, the recipes include steamy pho noodle soups infused with the aromas of fresh herbs and lime; rich clay-pot preparations of catfish, chicken, and pork; classic bánh mì sandwiches; and an array of Vietnamese charcuterie. Nguyen helps readers shop for essential ingredients, master core cooking techniques, and prepare and serve satisfying meals, whether for two on a weeknight or 12 on a weekend.
|Author||: Emily Kim|
|Editor||: Createspace Independent Pub|
This is the second, revised edition of the collection of my first two Korean cookbooks published in 2008. It's 45 recipes from my YouTube videos and website, plus pictures of the ingredients you need so you can easily find them in the store, even if you've never cooked Korean food before.