Yum-Yum Bento Box
Fresh Recipes for Adorable Lunches
1st Edition Paperback ISBN: 1594744475
Oh, boy—obento! These cute, yummy, healthy lunches are all the rage in Japan, where mothers think of them as an expression of love for their children. Yum-Yum Bento Box is one of the first cookbooks in English devoted to these healthy and adorable meals—they're fresh, they're tasty, and they're almost too cute to eat! Each step-by-step recipe in Yum-Yum Bento Box is simple and adaptable. Readers will learn how to form their favorite foods into a variety of shapes—from zebras, panda bears, and monkeys to kitties, piggies, and puppy dogs. Chapters include instructions for classic bento boxes and character-driven bentos (called Kyaraben), plus shopping advice, general tips and tricks, and much more. Stop wasting money on prepackaged lunches—and start making beautiful, healthy bentos!
Complete Chinese Cookbook
Paperback ISBN: 1770855831
Provides more than 250 recipes for appetizers, soups, meat dishes, poultry dishes, fish and seafood dishes, vegetables, rice, noodles, and desserts, along with information on ingredients, equipment, techniques, menus, and how to eat Chinese food.
From Noodles to Nuoc Cham: Delicious Dishes from Southeast Asian Ingredients
Hardcover ISBN: 1784720313
South-East Asian food made easy - by award-winning food blogger Lizzie Mabbott. South-East Asian food is more popular than ever before, but what ARE all those mysterious ingredients in the South-Eastern section of the supermarket - or, even more so, in your nearest South-East Asian market or supermarket? Lizzie Mabbott, author of acclaimedHollow Legs blog, identifies key ingredients, explains the differences between the 77 types of noodles (not counting "Pot") and tells you how to use them. AND she provides all the recipes you'll need to cook your own delicious, pan-South-East Asian meals at home. Lizzie Mabbott is an Anglo-Chinese self-taught cook and award-winning food writer. Her Twitter account @hollowlegs has over 14,000 followers. In 2011, Lizzie was also one of Red Magazine's "20 Women Under 30". Lizzie Mabbott's blog Hollow Legs (http://lizzieeatslondon.blogspot.co.uk) has been featured in the Telegraph's "Best Food Blog" top 10, Time Out's "Favourite Food Blog" top 10, and was highly commended at the OFM Awards 2012. It generates 20,000 page loads per day (15,000 unique page views).
The Varied Kitchens of India
Cuisines of the Anglo-Indians of Calutta, Kashmiris, Parsis, and Tibetans of Darjeeling
Hardcover ISBN: 0871314762
Describes six cuisines of India, discusses ingredients and cooking methods, and gathers traditional recipes for fruit, curries, vegetables, meat, seafood, rice, soups, fritters, and desserts
Wild, Wild East
Recipes & Stories from Vietnam
Hardcover ISBN: 0764161490
The world is discovering Vietnamese food, and itÂ’s a happy discovery indeed! Wild, Wild East is the creation of chef Bobby Chin, HanoiÂ’s enfant terrible and renowned master of Vietnamese cuisine. He characterizes Vietnamese food as having fresh, clean flavors, and as being light, healthy, and diverse. More than a recipe book, Wild, Wild East is the authorÂ’s authentic guide to Vietnamese food as it is prepared and enjoyed today. Combining his lively text with Jason LoweÂ’s striking color photos of VietnamÂ’s markets, kitchens, people, and foods, Bobby Chin starts out with instructions for preparing Vietnamese sauces, garnishes, and dips. Next, he provides recipes for a host of exotic and delectable dishes that includeÂ— - Minced Prawns on Sugar Cane - Chicken Wings Cooked in Caramel Sauce and Ginger - Braised Banana Blossoms - Meat, Crab, and Grapefruit Salad - Shrimp and Pork Crepe - Stir-fried Noodles and Beef - Pan Roasted Salmon and Wasabi Mashed Potatoes . . . and many, many more Also included are delightful salads and special Vietnamese desserts that the author calls Sweet Sensations. This entertaining and informative book features approximately 100 recipes for exotically delicious dishes and 200 color photos. (Sidebar) From the BookÂ’s Foreword by renowned chef and TV host Anthony Bourdain Â“Bobby Chinn, chef, long time resident of Southeast Asia, television personality, hustler, International Man of Mystery, and now author, is the first guy you want to know in Hanoi if you want to find where to get the good stuff to eat, how to make it, and why itÂ’s made that way. . . . what Bobby doesnÂ’t know about Southeast Asian food is not worth knowing.Â