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The Food of Asiaoffers fascinating insights into the historical geographic and cultural context of these recipes enhancing your appreciation of these ancient cuisines Anyone from the e

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Y of occasions from the casual family meal to a sophisticated dinner party are also featured as well as than 200 stunning color photographs Your voyage of culinary discovery begins her


3 thoughts on “The Food of Asia Authentic Recipes from China India Indonesia Japan Singapore Malaysia Thailand and Vietnam Periplus World Cookbooks

  1. says:

    If you're looking for a cookbook with authentic Asian recipes instead of bastardized North American versions then this is going to be a good addition to your bookshelf There are a fair few recipes you won't see anywhere else It also sorts them by region which is helpfulBut what this book does differently than other recipe books is it also gives you a culinary tour of the countries giving their culinary history

  2. says:

    This is a very nice cookbook compiling authentic Recipes from China India Indonesia Japan Singapore Malaysia Thailand and Vietnam There are many fine photographs overviews and descriptions of the various regions their different cultu

  3. says:

    This is a well illustrated and colorful collection of Asian recipes from several countries At the beginning of each country's chapter the cuisine and its background is discussed along with the cultural seasonings The recipes are fairly simple