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|Vegetarian Viet Nam
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Author: Cameron Stauch
Meatless Vietnamese cooking for vegetarians and omnivores alike.
Traditionally, Vietnamese dishes are made with some kind of meat or seafood―most often pork and shrimp. But by cooking with Vietnamese home cooks, chefs, and Mahayana Buddhist monks, Cameron Stauch learned about a tradition of vegetarian cooking that is lighter and just as flavorful.
Spicy, tangy, crunchy, and sweet, the dishes in Vegetarian Viet Nam range from soups and noodle bowls to main courses with rice and stir-fried vegetables, as well as desserts and fruit drinks. Some recipes are naturally vegetarian, like the colorful Twelve Predestined Affinities Salad, while others draw on the full arsenal of Vietnamese herbs, spices, and sauces to make tofu and mushrooms as juicy as any meat filling.
With a fully illustrated glossary to help readers assemble their own vegetarian Vietnamese pantry, Vegetarian Viet Nam will unlock an entire universe of flavor to anyone who wants healthy, tasty, and sustainable food. 70 color photographs
|The Foods of Vietnam
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Discusse the development of Vietnamese cuisine from a variety of foriegn influences, and presents more than 150 traditional easy-to-follow recipes, a glossary of ingredients, a list of mail order sources, menu ideas, and more
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|Communion: A Culinary Journey Through Vietnam
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Author: Kim Fay
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Living in Vietnam for four years in the 1990s, Seattle native Kim Fay fell in love with the romantic landscapes, the rich culture, and the uninhibited warmth of the people. A decade later, she grew hungry for more. Inspired by the dream of learning to make a Vietnamese meal for her friends and family in America, Kim returned to Vietnam and embarked on an unforgettable five-week culinary journey from Hanoi to Saigon.
Joined by her sister and best Vietnamese girlfriend, Kim set off to taste as much as possible while exploring rituals and traditions, street cafés and haute cuisine, famine and feast, and Communism and the legacy of war. Together, the three women discovered a society shaped by its ever-changing relationship with food. Every encounter serves up an enticing morsel, from uncovering the secret world of ragu in the French hill town of Dalat to bonding with the Julia Child of Vietnam in Saigon. Epicures and culture buffs will delight in markets, restaurants, farms, fisheries, and cooking classes as Kim assembles her dream meal and shares recipes such as banana flower salad and clay pot fish. Examining how we eat reflects who we are as individuals and as communities, Communion: A Culinary Journey Through Vietnam offers a feast for armchair gourmets, as well as a colorful guide for travelers hungering for their next adventure.
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|Chicken: Top 50 Best Chicken Recipes – The Quick, Easy, & Delicious Everyday Cookbook!
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Author: Carla Ray
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|Vietnamese Cooking: My Family's Favorite Recipes
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Author: Ms. NgocBan Thi Phan
This is a cook book containing healthy Vietnamese recipes with easy-to-follow directions for today's American kitchen.
- The Banh Mi Handbook: Recipes for Crazy-Delicious Vietnamese Sandwiches
- Vietnamese Cooking Made Easy: Simple, Flavorful and Quick Meals [Vietnamese Cookbook, 50 Recipes] (Learn to Cook Series)
- Vietnamese Home Cooking
- Pleasures of the Vietnamese Table: Recipes and Reminiscences from Vietnam's Best Market Kitchens, Street Cafes, and Home Cooks
- Vietnamese Food with Helen's Recipes
- Into the Vietnamese Kitchen: Treasured Foodways, Modern Flavors
- Authentic Recipes from Vietnam (Authentic Recipes Series)
- Bowl: Vegetarian Recipes for Ramen, Pho, Bibimbap, Dumplings, and Other One-Dish Meals
- Nong's Thai Kitchen: 84 Classic Recipes that are Quick, Healthy and Delicious
- Lemongrass, Ginger and Mint Vietnamese Cookbook: Classic Vietnamese Street Food Made at Home
|Authentic Vietnamese Cooking: Food from a Family Table
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Author: Corinne Trang
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Refined, subtle, challenging, and accessible all at the same time, the food of Vietnam was the first true fusion cuisine, blending the techniques and ingredients of French and Chinese culinary traditions. In Authentic Vietnamese Cooking, culinary writer and consultant Corinne Trang introduces you to the pleasures of regional Vietnamese cooking. Born in France's Loire Valley to a French mother and Cambodian-born Chinese father, and raised in Phnom Penh, Paris, and New York, Trang shares more than 100 delicious, authentic Vietnamese recipes designed especially for the home cook.
In this beautiful volume, the complicated processes of assimilation, adaptation, and evolution have been distilled into magnificent dishes that represent the three distinct culinary regions of Vietnam: the Simple North, the Sophisticated Center, and the Spicy South. There are recipes for family meals and special occasions, sauces, marinades, flavored oils, soups, noodle dishes, and more.
Trang translates the complex flavors of Vietnamese cuisine into easy-to-follow, step-by-step recipes, so even inexperienced cooks can create such classic dishes as Cha Gio (Spring Rolls), Sup Cua Mang Tay (Crab and Asparagus Soup), Pho Bo (Hanoi Beef and Rice Noodle Soup), Tom Nuong Xa (Grilled Lemongrass Prawns), Ga Nuong Toi (Garlic-Roasted Baby Chicken), and Banh Gan (Coconut Creme Caramel).
Enhanced by stunning photographs, Authentic Vietnamese Cooking also includes sections on essential ingredients, equipment, and techniques; sample seasonal menus: and a list of mail-order sources and Web sites for securing hard-to-find items.
Rich with historical, cultural, and personal anecdotes, Authentic Vietnamese Cooking brings the experience and pleasures of Corinne Trang's family table to yours.
Authentic Vietnamese Cooking offers remarkable insight into the history and details of this seemingly simple yet enchantingly sophisticated cuisine. Author Corinne Trang shares the story of her family, starting with her grandparents, who emigrated from Hunan, China, to Cambodia and then to Vietnam. Eventually, Trang herself made homes in Paris and New York, as well as Asia. The resulting blending of cultures and culinary traditions in her family is a common experience for Southeast Asians who, over the centuries, have had to flee from one place to the next to survive despotism, hunger, and war.
Trang clarifies the distinctions between dishes from the three regions of Vietnam. There is the Simple North, where stir-fries are common and the seven-course beef meal, Bo By Mon, originated. The Sophisticated Center features Chao Tom, shrimp paste grilled on lengths of sugar cane created to please the wealthy families of Hue. In the Spicy South, sea trade with India, plus Cambodian influences, led to the development of aromatic, golden curries. Today, the Vietnamese serve them with Banh Mi, the light, crusty Saigon baguette made with rice and wheat flour.
In addition to the four groups of condiments essential to Vietnamese cooking (sweet, pungent Nuoc Cham, vinegared vegetables, sate, and table salad), Trang gives recipes for rice-paper-wrapped Summer Rolls, filled with rice noodles, pork, and shrimp, and Mint Rice with Shredded Chicken. Requiring only rice, chicken stock, shallots, fresh mint, and cooked chicken, it has the clean and layered flavors typical of Vietnamese food. Western sensibilities may recoil at Trang's brief, honest discussion of the exotic meats served in Vietnam, including dog, snake, and monkey, served mostly to demonstrate machismo or status (no recipes are given). Christopher Hirsheimer's artistic black-and-white photos enhance the poetic simplicity of Trang's deeply involving text. --Dana Jacobi
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|Real Vietnamese Cooking: Homestyle Recipes from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh
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Author: Tracey Lister
Real Vietnamese Cooking is a culinary voyage through this unique country. It samples the memorable meals found everywhere from street stalls, countryside eateries, bia hois and family gatherings, covering the three main culinary regions of the country: the hearty food of the cooler North with its four distinct seasons, dishes from the Centre with its tradition of the imperial cuisine from Hue, and the sweeter and spicier food from the tropical South.
The recipes collected in this volume cover classic Vietnamese fare such as beef noodle soup (Pho Bo), spring rolls (Nem) and banana flower salad as well as lesser known recipes from rural areas like eel in caul fat and more unusual snacks like boiled jackfruit seeds...as well as the all-important dipping sauces, without which no Vietnamese dish would be complete. With suggestions for putting together a Vietnamese banquet or throwing together a casual meal for friends, the authors remain true to the communal theme that runs through this cuisine and its culture.
The lush photography and fresh design take the reader on a journey through classic and unusual recipes and the intricacies of the country's rich cultural history.
"After spending time with Tracey in Hanoi, I was thrilled to see the culinary journey through Vietnam in her new stunning book, with vivid photos illustrating the vast range of ingredients in Vietnamese food. The simplicity of the recipes, bursting with flavor, are a true reflection of the local dishes throughout the country"
|Quick & Easy Vietnamese: Home Cooking for Everyone (Quick & Easy Cookbooks Series)
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Author: Andre Nguyen
Vietnam is a country of natural beauty with a coastline of sandy beaches stretching about 2000 miles (3225 km) from the northern to the southern tip of the South China Sea. Along the coast, fishing is the main livelihood. The majority of Vietnamese people are Kinh race people (87%) with the remaining of 53 different ethnic minority groups. For more than 2000 years, the country has been subjected to a near continuing series of foreign occupations from China, France, Japan, and America. One consequence of these occupations is the lasting influence on Vietnamese cuisine. Among Vietnamese dishes, perhaps the best known in the West is Pho, a noodle soup. Another is the deep-fried spring roll called Nern in the north, and Cha Goi in the south. Rice is a staple food used as a side dish, or a main dish when combined with other ingredients, such as beef, pork, chicken, or seafood. Vietnamese dishes consist of many different blends of herbs and spices. Most dishes are not fiery hot, nor greasy. Seafood and vegetarian dishes like An Chay are very popular. Today, Vietnamese cuisine is gaining increased international attention due to the fact that it is quite healthy.
This book is an introduction to a new generation for a delicious journey through Vietnamese cuisine. While the combination of flavors may seem experimental to some, they will result in a savory experience. All ingredients used in these recipes can be found in supermarkets, natural food stores or in Asian food markets.
It is our pleasure to share these quick and delicious Vietnamese recipes with you. Enjoy the good nutrition that comes with it.
|Little Saigon Cookbook: Vietnamese Cuisine And Culture In Southern California's Little Saigon
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Author: Ann Le
There’s a rule savvy diners seeking the ultimate in ethnic authenticity always follow: Eat where the locals eat. The Little Saigon Cookbook takes you inside the local restaurants in Southern California’s Little Saigon, the site of the largest single population of Vietnamese outside of Vietnam. From the French-inspired bakeries, the lunch delis, and the food courts to the weekend mayhem of the Pho house and wedding receptions at the boisterous seafood restaurants, these are the extraordinary meals that Vietnamese diners and others in the know enjoy every day.
The Little Saigon Cookbook offers dozens of family recipes, many surviving through oral history alone. It takes readers on a tour of culinary landmarks and introduces them to the wealth of authentic dishes found in Little Saigon―from the hot and crispy Vietnamese crepes down Bolsa Avenue to the crunchy, tangy chicken and cabbage goi salad from the Asian Mall.
|The Guide to Vietnamese Home Cooking - Over 25 Delicious Vietnamese Food Recipes: The Only Vietnamese Cookbook You Will Ever Need
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Author: Ted Alling
If you are a huge fan of classic Vietnamese food and have been looking for the ultimate guide to Vietnamese Home Cooking, then this is the perfect Vietnamese Cookbook for you.
Inside of this book, The Guide to Vietnamese Home Cooking-Over 25 Delicious Vietnamese Food Recipes: The Only Vietnamese Cookbook You Will Ever Need you will find everything you have ever wanted to know about Vietnamese cooking and then some. Inside not only will you discover over 25 of the most delicious Vietnamese recipes you will ever come across, but you will discover a few helpful tips to making your Vietnamese dishes even more delicious.
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