A Chinese Street Food Odyssey

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Author: Helen Tse,Lise Tse

Publisher: Pavilion Books

ISBN: 1911216562

Category: Cooking

Page: 192

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Lisa and Helen have travelled across China in search of amazing street food. The recipes are truly accessible – easy for anyone to make in the comfort of their own kitchen. Ken Hom This beautiful book offers a real insight into the street food cultures of China and vividly evokes the smells and sounds of the markets. It's the closest you may get to experiencing Beijing street food without actually being there, smelling the mix of aromatic spices, caramelized apples, barbecuing meats and steaming dumplings, with clouds of smoke and noisy bustle all around you, and red lanterns glowing above. Over 100 recipes and a wealth of stories and insight into cooking methods bring this cuisine to life. All recipes have been carefully chosen to be achievable for the western cook. Helen and Lisa Tse have set out to encapsulate that sense of excitement, awe, wonder and hunger for these morsels of street food: from soft fluffy bao, to hot fried chicken, from piping hot bowls of noodles, to coal-roasted squid, delicate tea eggs and bubble tea, this is food to truly excite the appetite and awaken a sense of adventure in the kitchen. With a foreword from the master of Chinese cooking, Ken Hom, this is the essential book for the foodie bookshelf.

The World of Street Food

Easy Quick Meals to Cook at Home

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Author: Troth Wells

Publisher: New Internationalist

ISBN: 1904456502

Category: Cooking

Page: 176

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A collective effort by the author and fans of street food worldwide, this book combines thorough research with personal stories from the people and places the recipes come from. Each recipe is accompanied by award-winning food photography and evocative travel pictures. The majority of recipes are vegetarian, and many are vegan or vegan-adaptable. As with all New Internationalist food books, The World of Street Food includes information on nutrition and organic Fair Trade ingredients.

A Baker's Odyssey

Celebrating Time-honored Recipes from America's Rich Immigrant Heritage

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Author: Greg Patent,Dave McLean

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0764572814

Category: Cooking

Page: 369

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The James Beard Award-winning author of Baking in America travels the United States to pay tribute to the nation's diverse ethnic baking traditions with more than 130 recipes that represent the best of each culture's culinary heritage and its influence on American cuisine, accompanied by a DVD that features hands-on baking instructions.

Great Walks of the World

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Author: D. Larraine Andrews

Publisher: Rocky Mountain Books Ltd

ISBN: 1771600012

Category: Travel

Page: 356

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An eclectic collection of 11 global walks and hikes, the book includes destinations on every continent but Antarctica. From one-day saunters to two-week odysseys, readers will find the in-depth story behind each trail, combined with detailed maps and a visual feast of archival and contemporary images from contributors located around the world. Climb the Stairs of Repentance to the top of Mount Sinai, the Holy Peak of Moses, or retrace the journey of the stampeders of the Klondike Gold Rush as you scale the Golden Stairs of the Chilkoot Trail. Catch the “Long Look” across El Despoblado as you stand at the South Rim of the Chisos Mountains in Texas. Walk in the Dreaming tracks of the local Arrente as you trek the Larapinta Trail along the spine of Central Australia’s ancient MacDonnell Ranges. Or follow delightful paths through sheep paddocks and woodlands filled with bluebells and birdsong along Great Britain’s Cotswold Way. But it isn’t all about the hikes and the history. There is plenty of practical information on Internet resources and recommended reading along with suggestions on what to do before or after the hike. Learn about local fauna, regional food specialties and unique customs – like the sensuous rituals linked with maté tea in Patagonia or the grizzly tradition of the SourToe Cocktail in Dawson City, Yukon. So lace up those boots and get moving. Or put your feet up and read all about it from the cozy comfort of your living room. The choice is entirely yours.

Home-style Taiwanese Cooking

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Author: Tsung-Yun Wan

Publisher: Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd

ISBN: 9814561924

Category: Cooking

Page: 161

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Taiwan’s long and colourful history, from the indigenous tribes, to the migration of the Chinese from Southern China and the period under Japanese rule, is clearly reflected in her rich and diverse cuisine. Home-style Taiwanese Cooking by Taiwanese chef and food blogger, Tsung-Yun Wan, is a collection of Taiwanese classics, from signature dishes such as minced pork rice, beef noodles, oyster omelette and steamed minced pork with salted egg, to popular street food fare such as deep-fried prawn rolls, dragon phoenix legs, fried chicken with sweet potato fries and coffin bread. With informative headnotes that tell the stories behind the dishes, insightful cooking tips, a detailed glossary of ingredients and step-by-step photos of cooking techniques where necessary, Home-style Taiwanese Cooking will inspire home cooks to make these authentic Taiwanese dishes part of their own cooking repertoire

A Chinese Odyssey

The Life and Times of a Chinese Dissident

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Author: Anne F. Thurston

Publisher: Scribner

ISBN: 9780684192192

Category: History

Page: 440

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Follows the life of Ni Yuxian, an influential Chinese dissident, who has waged repeated battles against Chinese political corruption

The Woman Who Ate Chinatown

A San Francisco Odyssey

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Author: Shirley Fong-Torres

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595891918

Category: Travel

Page: 204

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For nearly three decades Shirley Fong-Torres and her Wok Wiz Chinatown Tour staff guided 20,000 visitors a year through San Francisco's Chinatown. This book shows why so many keep coming back for more. It's Chinese-American history with a bottomless appetite for quirky anecdotes, respected traditions and exquisite dumplings. " I love Shirley Fong-Torres. Her effervescence and passion make her irresistible. If she writes a book I'll buy it, if she hosts a tour, I'll take it, if she recommends a restaurant I'll eat there." -Gene Burns, KGO, San Francisco " Shirley Fong-Torres knows San Francisco's Chinatown better than anyone She's downloaded a chunk of what she knows in this book, filled with great information and a touching account of her family history." -Michael Bauer, San Francisco Chronicle " I thought I knew San Francisco Chinatown, that is, until I met Shirley." -Martin Yan, YAN CAN COOK " Shirley Fong-Torres has a contagious love of life, people, place and food I am rapt by her stories, energized by her passion and touched by her spirit." -Joey Altman, BAY CAF " This is Shirley Fong-Torres, a very bossy woman. But if you want to do business in San Francisco Chinatown you have to deal with her. She knows everybody and everything." -Comedian Martin Clune

My China odyssey

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Author: Emilie Johnson

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: History

Page: 192

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