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Real Vietnamese Cooking

Everyday Favorites from the Street to the Kitchen

Yumiko Adachi Shinobu Ito Suzuki Masumi Masumi Suzuki

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Tuttle
01 December 2020
Cookery, food & drink; National & regional cuisine
Real Vietnamese Cooking brings you to Vietnam's vibrant culinary centres, where you can pull up a kitchen chair for a family feast, order noodles from a street side stall or even sit down in a mess hall with the hungry soldiers of the South Vietnamese Army.

Real Vietnamese Cooking combines the collective culinary wisdom of three intrepid food explorers who spent many years training with Vietnam's best chefs while scouring the countryside in search of dishes few foreigners get to experience. It introduces readers to local takes on classic recipes, as well as many lesser known favourites - all made with easy-to-find ingredients.

Street eats and home-cooked delicacies that only savvy travellers know about from the streets of Saigon and the cafes of Hanoi are gathered here for the first time. This one-of-a-kind cookbook opens a new culinary window on contemporary Vietnam, exposing the full range of sweet, salty and savoury tastes to the home cook.
By:   Yumiko Adachi, Shinobu Ito, Suzuki Masumi, Masumi Suzuki
Imprint:   Tuttle
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 229mm,  Width: 152mm, 
Weight:   482g
ISBN:   9780804852876
ISBN 10:   0804852871
Pages:   160
Publication Date:   01 December 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Since her first trip to Vietnam in 1997, Yumiko Adachi has specialized in the food stall fare and street food for which the nation is increasingly known. She is the owner of Maimai, a Vietnamese restaurant in Ekoda, Tokyo. In 2013, she opened second restaurant Ecoda Hem, a Vietnamese street food-inspired eatery. Shinobu Ito learned Vietnamese cooking in restaurants and homes. She has shared her love of Vietnamese food in her popular cooking classes, as well as on television and in magazines. Masumi Suzuki trained as a chef for several years in Vietnam. She is the owner of Kitchen, a Vietnamese restaurant in Nishi-Azabu, Tokyo.

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