The Complete Asian Cookbook - Japan and Korea

The Complete Asian Cookbook - Japan and Korea

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A beautifully crafted food series based on the most iconic book on Asian cuisine. The Complete Asian Cookbook series is based on Charmaine Solomon's groundbreaking work into the diverse, amazing cuisines across many nations. For the first time, The Complete Asian Cookbook is divided into 6 geographical regions, with a complementary design treatment so they may be collected as a set. With the same emphasis on authentic recipes that work every time, The Complete Asian Cookbook series promises to be well-used time and again. Perfect for anyone wanting to experiment with different Asian cuisines, or collect the whole set, which includes: Thailand, Burma, Cambodia, Laos & Vietnam, China, Japan & Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka & The Philippines, India & Pakistan.

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Product details

  • Hardback | 128 pages
  • 180 x 256 x 20mm | 699.99g
  • South Yarra, Australia
  • English
  • Full colour photography throughout
  • 1742706835
  • 9781742706832
  • 211,703

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About Charmaine Solomon

Sydney-based Charmaine Solomon started her career in food as a journalist and feature writer for an English-language newspaper in Sri Lanka, where she wrote a cookery column dispensing recipes and food ideas with flair. Descended from generations of talented cooks Charmaine is recognised as one of the world's most knowledgeable and practical writers on Asian cooking. She has taught Southeast Asian, Chinese and international cooking, and continues to be inspired by the food traditions across Asia. In putting together The Complete Asian Cookbook, Charmaine travelled widely through many parts of Asia, revisiting familiar places and discovering new ones to ensure that, as always, her recipe development was completely authentic. In recognition of her contribution to food media, Charmaine was made a member of the Order of Australia in 2007.

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