Did You Eat Yet?: Craveable Recipes from an All-American Asian Chef

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$32.50  $30.23
Harvest Publications
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8.2 X 10.1 X 0.9 inches | 2.45 pounds

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"Ronnie Woo is fabulous in every way possible. In evidence of this, please check out the pic of him on page 2 (the flamingo T-shirt and hot sauce bottle). I can't wait to make Ronnie's Hawaiian Chicken Vermicelli Bowl, by request of my husband. We are both huge fans. His food is outrageous. But more important, he's just fun to be around. Let me quote him, 'You know when your mind is telling you to eat a salad and your body is begging you for some carbs? Well, that's me every day, but luckily, I am a genius and I found the perfect solution.' HA! I love this guy and I love his food." -- Rachael Ray

"Did You Eat Yet? has everything that I love about Ronnie in one book. It's fun, flirty, and full of recipes that are enticing and packed with flavor--everything you want to get you excited about getting in the kitchen." -- Alex Snodgrass, New York Times bestselling author of The Defined Dish and The Comfortable Kitchen

"With chapter titles that range from 'Sexy Sauces' to 'Did Someone Say Snacks?' to 'Healthy Ish, ' Ronnie Woo successfully combines his passion for tasty food with a repertoire that is healthy and exciting to cook at the same time! From spicy pesto to souffle´ pancakes to golden fried rice, Ronnie tips his hat to his roots and heritage as well as where life has taken him. I mean, his Instagram bio says he loves 'traveling and romantic walks to the fridge'! We are on this delicious food journey with him, cooking simple dishes packed with flavor, so get a copy and dig in!!" -- Alex Guarnaschelli, Food Network star, author, and executive chef of Butter

"In his debut cookbook, Ronnie Woo gives us recipes that are simple, satisfying, and sexy. Every chapter embraces his fun-loving personality and showcases recipes we crave. I love this book!" -- Justin Chapple, culinary director-at- large of Food & Wine and author of Just Cook It

"Although Ronnie Woo is unquestionably proud of his Asian heritage, his cooking inspiration includes just about every other continent too. In lieu of bacon to go with his eggs, he turns a chunk of pork butt into a version of Chinese barbecued pork, char siu. Woo's remarkable recipes have some healthy options, particularly some entree-worthy salads... Woo's enthusiasm bubbles in every recipe's description, and photos add to the book's festive approach to cooking." -- Booklist

"The former model and TV chef personality is dropping his most "craveable" recipes. His debut cookbook, out March 14, features over 100 recipes that celebrate American Asian-inspired dishes. From a "big ass buttermilk cinnamon roll" to gochujang grilled skirt steak, his tasty creations are cheeky and full of heart all at once." -- People

"Woo is bringing his signature lighthearted, cheeky tone to his new cookbook, "Did You Eat Yet?" Alongside pictures of his three beloved pups -- Taco, Queso, and Unagi -- the book features a wide array of recipes that pull from different flavors and styles. With chapter titles such as "Breakfast All Day, Err' Day" and "I Love Noods," readers and home cooks are sure to smile their way through his recipes. The book is easily approachable for new cooks, while still providing new and interesting tastes and techniques for seasoned pros." -- Tasting Table

"Ronnie Woo's love of food is boundless. As a chef, author, and television personality, his enthusiasm for all things culinary is infectious." -- NATURALLY, Danny Seo Magazine

Woo's charming and funny intros to each dish broaden the appeal of this cookbook. This is not just a collection of recipes; it's a friendly and endearing conversation with an exuberant and playful foodie and chef--and a tasty treat for gourmands and gourmets alike.

-- Kevin Howell, Shelf Awareness

This first cookbook from chef and food TV personality Woo is a fun and wonderful introduction to his cooking, appropriate for all skill levels. -- Library Journal