Criar um Site Grátis Fantástico
Read online ebook Stephanie Yuen - East Meets West : Traditional and Contemporary Asian Recipes from Acclaimed Vancouver Restaurants in PDF, FB2

9781553658634
English

1553658639
A wide-ranging cookbook and an insider's glimpse into the kitchens of Vancouver's world-class Asian restaurants. In February 2010, Conde Nast Travelermagazine declared Metro Vancouver home to the best Chinese food in the world. While foodies flock to the city for dumplings and dim sum, they leave having discovered a wealth of world-class Asian dishes, from sushi to sambar, banh mi to bubble tea. Almost one in five of Vancouver's two million residents is ethnically Chinese, and the city supports more than four hundred Chinese restaurants. Other Vancouverites bring with them the cuisines of their onetime homes in Japan, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam or India. The first book of its kind, East Meets Westis a celebration of the city's Asian food and a mouthwatering compilation of distinctive dishes from its most talented -- but often unheralded -- kitchens. Veteran food writer Stephanie Yuenbrings together a collection of recipes showcasing both traditional Asian foods made with fresh ingredients from the Pacific Northwest Coast and modern classics inspired by Asian flavours and techniques. With an introduction to the history of Asian food in Vancouver, and profiles of the city's most exciting eateries -- many of them hidden gems, elusive to the uninitiated -- East Meets Westis a delicious glimpse into one of the most complex and fascinating culinary landscapes in the world., Shortlisted for a TASTE CANADA - Food Writing Award in the Regional/Cultural Cookbooks category. In February 2010, Conde Nast Traveler magazine declared Metro Vancouver home to the best Chinese food in the world. While foodies flock to the city for dumplings and dim sum, they leave having discovered a wealth of world-class Asian dishes, from sushi to sambar, banh mi to bubble tea. Almost one in five of Vancouver's two million residents is ethnically Chinese, and the city supports more than four hundred Chinese restaurants. Other Vancouverites bring with them the cuisines of their onetime homes in Japan, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam or India. The first book of its kind, East Meets West is a celebration of the city's Asian food and a mouthwatering compilation of distinctive dishes from its most talented -- but often unheralded -- kitchens. Veteran food writer Stephanie Yuen brings together a collection of recipes showcasing both traditional Asian foods made with fresh ingredients from the Pacific Northwest Coast and modern classics inspired by Asian flavours and techniques. With an introduction to the history of Asian food in Vancouver, and profiles of the city's most exciting eateries -- many of them hidden gems, elusive to the uninitiated -- East Meets West is a delicious glimpse into one of the most complex and fascinating culinary landscapes in the world., While foodies may flock to Vancouver for dumplings and dim sum, they leave having discovered a wealth of world-class Asian dishes, from sushi to sambar, bánh mì to bubble tea. East Meets West celebrates the distinctive dishes from the best of the city's Asian restaurants. Almost one in five of Vancouver's two million residents is ethnically Chinese, as well as many Taiwanese, Japanese, Koreans, Malaysians, Filipinos, Thai, Vietnamese and Indians whose cooking has influenced the local cuisine. This book compiles signature recipes from the city's best Asian restaurants, showcasing both traditional Asian foods made with Pacific Northwest ingredients and modern classics inspired by Asian flavors and techniques but designed for contemporary diners. A guide to preparing and serving Asian food plus an explanation of specialty ingredients. An overall introduction traces the roots of Asian food in Vancouver, and sidebars describe the hidden gems in the region's distinct culinary neighbourhoods, from Coquitlam's Little Korea to Richmond's Chinatown to Surrey's Little India. Illustrated throughout, this celebration of Asian food presents world-class, flavorful dishes for the home cook.

Stephanie Yuen - East Meets West : Traditional and Contemporary Asian Recipes from Acclaimed Vancouver Restaurants download EPUB, PDF, DJV

Pull out your favorite bowl for Very Berry Oatmeal & Quinoa Breakfast Bowl or Super Southwestern Chicken and Tomatillo Salad.We dressed the part, played tons of Zombie games, made some gross experiments, and ate lots of weird yet tasty Zombie treats.It s Cinco de Mayo?From tempting Mini Beef Wellingtons, perfect for a party, to her foolproof Saturday Night Pasta, Mary's no-nonsense advice means cooking for friends and family has never been simpler.Featuring a recipe by Jason Mraz, "Love Fed" caters to both novices and experienced foodies alike.Hire a chorus to chant it to you and anyone else interested in hearing about civil rights and uncivil desires."--Alan Cheuse, "All Things Considered" (NPR), on "Gathering of Waters" "The Book of Harlan" opens with the courtship of Harlan's parents and his 1917 birth in Macon, Georgia.From her top spots for unearthing whimsical gifts and decorative baubles to her favorite restaurants, and from her preferred stationery supplier to the best Parisian patisseries, Ines shares more than 100 addresses in this new volume the global resource for all things "Parisienne."", This pocket-sized book--with foldout map and ribbon page marker--includes Ines de la Fressange's favorite addresses for fashion and home goods with Parisian flair.Hirsh Sawhney is an incandescent voice in fiction." -- Laila Lalami , author of The Moor's Account "It's no secret that grief makes us vulnerable, but Hirsh Sawhney's perceptively rendered South Haven presents a volatile mix of second-generation migration, sadness, and cruelty in suburban America.Food and sex have a long history.