7 edition of The key to Chinese cooking found in the catalog.
|Statement||Isabelle C. Chang.|
|LC Classifications||TX724.5.C5 C485 1970z|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||317 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||317|
|LC Control Number||73081659|
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Learn about Author Central Cited by: 2. The Key to Chinese Cooking book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Illus. throughout. 6 1/8 x 9 1//5. Irene Kuo wrote the finest book on Chinese cuisine I've ever had the pleasure to read and cook from. Especially wonderful recipes shine through in this comprehensive volume, such as Phoenix Dragon Chicken,Sweet and Sour Cured Garlic, Scallion Smoked Flounder, Stir Fried Curry Beef and my favorite, Szechuan Eggplants/5(86).
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News, author interviews, critics' picks and more. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the new rev. published by Liveright, New York, under title: What's cooking at Changs'. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
The Key to Chinese Cooking stated first edition in near fine clean page hardcover with some of the best Chinese recipes to be found!.
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The book has an unusual format as dishes are provided by each day in the year. Cook with Olivia – Chinese Flavours is the key to kick start your culinary adventure in oriental cooking.
For the experts, this book is the perfect addition to your collection with delicious recipes and new ideas to spice up your oriental food knowledge.
Be prepared to be. Ms. Phillips fell for Chinese food while working in Taiwan in the late s, and her book is a broad survey of recipes from the Chinese diaspora.
I've recently purchased a wok and I want to learn the techniques and recipes of authentic Chinese cuisine.
I want to avoid pan-asian recipes, as I'm committed to learning original techniques. Earlier talk discussions about Chinese cooking from mentioned "The Key to Chinese Cooking" by Irene Kuo. Basic Tips For Cooking Chinese Food A Hot Stove, A Sharp Knife and These Tips Mean Success.
Written by. Rhonda Parkinson. Rhonda Parkinson is a freelance writer who has authored many cookbooks, including two Everything guides to Chinese cooking. Learn Author: Rhonda Parkinson. Irene Kuo's "Key to Chinese Cooking" (ISBN: ) is probably still the best introduction.
It is available used, and I believe that it has been re-issued. This is a Cantonese "view" of Chinese cuisine, so you may want to explore other books later.
In fact, before I even went to China I did my first Chinese cooking from that book. All her recipes work – she tested them thoroughly. It’s still in print, and there’s a really nice mix of dishes from different regions. “The Chinese word for pepper, jiao, originally referred to Sichuan pepper.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The key to Chinese cooking by Irene Kuo,Knopf edition, in English - 1st ed. The key to Chinese cooking ( edition) | Open LibraryCited by: 2. Discover the fundamental techniques and methods of Chinese cooking.
This welcoming novice’s guide teaches the four major methods of Chinese cuisine through easy-to-follow beginner’s recipes and offers over authentic Chinese dishes for foreign cooks to try.
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The blurb on the book jacket reads, "With its one-of-a-kind hero, Chinese Cooking for Diamond Thieves is perfect for anyone who loves cooking, Chinese culture, bad jokes, and young love." I'm a crappy cook, I don't have feelings one way or the other about Chinese culture, bad jokes are bad, and young love is kind of cliche/5.
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It is mediocre at best and the recipes are chock full of MSG. I would recomend The Key To Chinese Cooking by Irene Kuo, she used to teach at the China Institute in NYC, Almost any cook book by Eileen Yin Fei Lo (except her low fat book- it was not low fat, just low to no food) and Classic Chinese Cooking by Mai Leung.
And my two favorite experts are Irene Kuo for the classics (“The Key to Chinese Cooking”) and Barbara Tropp for a more innovative but still well-grounded take. The other part of the secret is found in the refrigerator, where I keep Tropp’s chili-orange oil, from her “China Moon Cookbook.”.
Spoonful of Ginger by Nina Simonds is a Chinese cooking book with an emphasis on the health-giving properties of traditional Chinese ingredients.
This food-as-medicine perspective is not unique, but the ease with which Simonds presents it is. This is a highly accessible book for anyone wanting to cook Chinese food and understand what the Chinese understand about how it can help. About the Book Author Martin Yan hosts the award-winning TV show Yan Can Cook, broadcast on U.S.
stations and in 70 countries internationally. His bestselling cookbooks include Martin Yan's Feast and Martin Yan's Invitation to Chinese Cooking.
Good. The Key to Chinese Cooking (NoDust) by Irene Kuo. Binding: Hardcover. Weight: Lbs. Product Group: Book. Istextbook: No. A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear/5(). Chinese Rice Wine: It adds flavor and is good for removing strong odors, such as fish.
(If rice wine is unavailable, use dry sherry). Chinese Dried Black Mushrooms: These are found in bins in Asian r brands work fine in soups and stir-fries. Cornstarch: Used in marinades, and as a substitute for tapioca starch in : Rhonda Parkinson. Another large Chinese cookbooks is a five hundred four page book by Chen, Chen and Tsang titled Everything you Wanted to Know about Chinese Cooking.
Size, type of recipe, authorship, how the book is bound, and other issues are not indications of quality or type but the large books just mentioned are worth including in anyone's collection. ‘The Key to Chinese Cooking’ by Irene Kuo has been pulled off the shelf many times for a browse, but never cooked from until now.
It’s currently out of print, but you can get a copy second hand for a decent price at the moment, although it does tend to fluctuate. It’s a hefty book – pages of densely written text, with plenty of line drawings, but no photos.
I taught myself to cook Chinese food a long time ago - and took Chinese cooking classes back in the late 70's. One of the earliest books I owned, and one which covers a wide range of techniques, is The Key to Chinese Cooking by Irene Kuo, published by Knopf in Fuchsia Dunlop nowadays has published two recent cookbooks, one on Szechuan cuisine and the other on Hunanese.
Jennie Low’s Chopsticks, Cleaver, and Wok is much more than just a recipe book; it is a thorough guide to every step of Chinese cooking. Low’s book gives clear advice from the very beginning to the finished product, and even provides a glossary of ingredients printed in English and in Chinese symbols so that readers can find authentic ingredients at Asian markets.
Buy Chinese Takeaway Cookbook: From chop suey to sweet 'n' sour, over 70 recipes to re-create your favourites by Kwoklyn Wan (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(). The pages of Essential Chinese Cooking, by Jeremy Pang, are filled with colorful photographs of delicious looking food.A culinary teacher and the founder of School of Wok in London, Pang is exactly the person you need and want to teach you the basics of Chinese cooking.
Pang comes from three generations of Chinese chefs and developed a passion for food early in : Daisy Nichols. When Irene Kuo published “The Key to Chinese Cooking,” one of the first major cookbooks devoted to Asian cuisine, init was presented as a Author: Hua Hsu.
A basic cooking vocabulary and sentence app for Chinese language (i.e., cut, slice, cube, and the like, boil, braise, fry, etc.) will help the language learners, and your already complete explanations on the food itself will appeal to any and all with an interest in Chinese food and cooking.5/5(1).
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The purpose of my Chinese recipe book is more than just to show you how to File Size: 1MB.This resplendent book of Chinese cuisine begins with Kuo's detailed and absolutely lucid discussion, with recipes to illustrate, of the four basic principles of Chinese food preparation: Cooking in Liquid, Cooking in Oil, Cooking with Wet Heat, and Cooking with Dry Heat.
Patiently Kuo takes the reader in hand and explains the rationale of numerous subsidiary techniques such as White-Cut, Salt.His engagingly written book starts with the big picture, “The Essence of Chinese Food,” then hones in on the home kitchen, discussing key Chinese cooking tools and how to stock a Chinese pantry.
Photos of some of the more exotic (to a Westerner’s eye) ingredients are also : Joanne Smart.