Shark S Fin And Sichuan Pepper

Author: Fuchsia Dunlop
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1446489299
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From the vibrant markets of Sichuan to the bleached landscape of northern Gansu Province, from the desert oases of Xinjiang to the enchanting old city of Yangzhou, this is an unforgettable account of the world's most amazing culinary ...

The Land Of The Five Flavors

Author: Thomas O. Höllmann
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231536542
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Dunlop, Fuchsia. Revolutionary Chinese Cookbook. New York: W.W. Norton,
2007. ———. Shark's Fin & Sichuan Pepper. New York: W.W. Norton, 2008.
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Eating Out In China

Author: Alan Hoenig
Publisher: Dr. Alan Hoenig
ISBN: 098223242X
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Braised Shark's fin with shredded chicken hóng shao ji si Chì [1436] Élìfiîqgíl . . . .
. . .. Braised turtle in brown запое hóng shao jia yü [1655] Élìîârîlälïůrï .. Braised
South ... superior Shark's fin in brown sauce hóng shao pai Chì [1438] Élìfiâillíl ..
Butterfish braised in brown sauce hóng shao ping yü [1171] ÉlìÈEî/Eïíî (flîílji D
ЁКЁ/Ё ... bamboo fungus hua jiao Cai dan dùn Zhü shëng Chì [1286, 1463]
IÈPIÍXWÉ . . . . . . . . . .. Turtle with Sichuan peppers hua jiao jia yü [1670] Ё'Ё'
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Every Grain Of Rice

Author: Fuchsia Dunlop
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 140880252X
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With stunning photography and clear instructions, this is an essential volume for beginners and connoisseurs alike.

Everyday Asian

Author: Patricia Yeo
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1466862157
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... Ceviche with Lemongrass Shrimp andJulienned VegetableFilled Tofu Smoked
Mussels andPotato Salad with Mustard Seeds Spicy Tunaand MangoTartare
Squid “Pasta”with Black Bean Paste Steamed Mussels withGreenCurry Broth
types of seaweed sesame salt seeds sev shallots Shanghaistyle eggnoodles
shark's fin shellfish. See seafood sherry shichimi shiso shitake mushroom
shortbread shortcake shrimp sichuan mustard pepper sinigang skate Smoky
Tomato Polenta.

China

Author: Miriam Clifford
Publisher: Scala Books
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Shanghai: the Story of China's Gateway, Wiley-Academy, 2006 Denison, Edward
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The Food Of Asia

Author: Kong Foong Ling
Publisher: Periplus Editions
ISBN: 9789625934525
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Steam in a steamer until the scallops are soft. If using the fish maw. place them in
a bowl, pour enough hot water over to cover, put a lid on and set aside until soft.
Heat stock with soy sauce. shallot oil, salt and pepper, then add shark's fin,
scallops and fish maw if using, ginger and chicken. Add cornstarch and stir to
thicken, then serve. Garnish with shredded Yunnan ham. Hong Tang Dan Dan
Mian Hot and Spicy Hawker Noodles A spicy favorite from Sichuan often sold at
street-side ...

China

Author: Marilyn Tolhurst
Publisher: Silver Burdett Pr
ISBN: 9780382095108
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Steamed pork dumplings (dim sum) Sweet-and-sour pork Shark's fin soup In the
Sichuan region, to the west, the foods are generally hot and spicy. They are
flavored with garlic, chilis, ginger, and the fiery Sichuan peppers. Cantonese
cooking, from the south, is based around the port of Guangzhou. It uses plenty of
fresh vegetables, shellfish, and other seafoods. Famous dishes include snake
meat, shark's fin soup, and crispy pork. Using chopsticks Chopsticks are used by
all Chinese ...