Little Vietnam: From Lemongrass Chicken to Rice Paper Rolls, 80 Exciting Vietnamese Dishes to Prepare at Home [Vietnamese Cookbook]

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Price
$12.99  $11.95
Publisher
Tuttle Publishing
Publish Date
Pages
128
Dimensions
8.5 X 10.1 X 0.7 inches | 1.75 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780804851343

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About the Author

Nhut Huynh was born in Soc Trang in the south of Vietnam, and moved to Australia as a refugee in 1984. Starting work as a kitchen hand, he was soon offered a chef's apprenticeship. In 2002, he and his business partner, Jeremy McNamara, opened their first venture, RQ Restaurants in Surry Hill. Currently, Nhut Huynh runs Snakebean Asian Dinner, a casual eatery and successful eatery catering business.

Reviews

"I like the cookbook because I would actually use it. Some cookbooks are meant for reading, some for browsing and flipping through, while some are packed with recipes that I can see myself cooking from. This is the latter. This crab with tamarind and chili immediately caught my attention. The reasons are simple: I am a huge fan of crab and the recipe looks absolutely mouthwatering and delicious." --RasaMalaysia.com blog
"This is a beautiful book with lots of gorgeous photos. I love that the dishes are usually photographed as they'd be served and not in high-fashion, stylized photos. Simple food served on simple dishes as they should be." --Sandra's Kitchen Nook blog
"Acclaimed Vietnamese chef and restauranteur Nhut Huynh shares his passion for the food that sustained his family during times of war and separation and which today inspires him to explore Vietnam's wonderfully rich culture. In this easy-to-follow Vietnamese cookbook, Nhut introduces traditional classics alongside the eclectic street-stall dishes he has collected on his many trips back to Vietnam to visit friends and family. Throughout, Nhut offers practical tips on sourcing ingredients locally and mastering cooking techniques." --Ang Sarap blog