• Title: The Flavors of Asia
  • Author: Mai Pham
  • ISBN: 9780756643058
  • Page: 495
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Flavors of Asia The second book in DK s series with the CIA covering the Worlds of Flavor International Conference and Festival The Flavors of Asia culls recipes from leading chefs from Asia India and the U S in
    The second book in DK s series with the CIA covering the Worlds of Flavor International Conference and Festival, The Flavors of Asia culls recipes from 40 leading chefs from Asia, India and the U.S including Masaharu Morimoto, Suvir Saran and many others By transforming the Worlds of Flavor festival into a cookbook, the Culinary Institute of America one of the bThe second book in DK s series with the CIA covering the Worlds of Flavor International Conference and Festival, The Flavors of Asia culls recipes from 40 leading chefs from Asia, India and the U.S including Masaharu Morimoto, Suvir Saran and many others By transforming the Worlds of Flavor festival into a cookbook, the Culinary Institute of America one of the best culinary schools in the world brings the conference s superb culinary talent right into the home kitchen Award winning restaurateur, chef, and author Mai Pham joins the CIA in presenting 125 accessible recipes, from Ammini Ramachandran s Spicy Fritters with Coconut Chutney to Fuchsia Dunlop s General Tso s Chicken, from Myung Sook Lee s Korean Lettuce Wrap with Spicy Beef to Elizabeth Andoh s Kabocha Squash with Red Beans The chefs cooking techniques and regional notes appear in feature spreads throughout the book An enthusiastic foreword by conference chairs and culinary experts Suvir Saran and Fuchsia Dunlop as well as an introduction by Mai Pham, describe Asia s rising influence on world cooking round out this must have book.

    One Reply to “The Flavors of Asia”

    1. Oh. My. God. This book is gorgeous. It just came out from the Culinary Institute of America, and is based on a conference they had on the same topic. There are many chefs, many recipes, many cultures. Great descriptions of the food traditions of each country. It even has beautiful maps. And the photographs are gorgeous. I plan to savor this book in small bites, not devour it.

    2. Love it! Her recipes are thoroughly explained but not scary for the home cook to experiment with, beautiful pictures and a nice history lesson as well. A+ for Mai Pham.

    3. just fabulous,all most all the recipes look gorgeous and have pictures to accompany them i have always loved Asian cooking,and this book makes it very easy to make it urself!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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