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Nothing beats home-cooked food and everybody loves home-cooked comfort food even more! Following the success of Eric Teo’s Simply Singaporean, Mandarin Oriental Singapore Executive Chef Eric Teo has meticulously crafted 60 soup recipes in Eric Teo’s Simply Soup, his third cookbook to date.
A family face on national television, celebrity Chef Eric is not only adept at creating exquisite cuisines, he also knows what the average homemaker wants. Making good use of his rich experience as an executive chef in a 5 star hotel, his judging skills both in and out of Singapore and his numerous cooking demonstrations, Chef Eric is the best person to show you how to master both Western and Chinese-style soups in the form of stock, clear and thick soups consisting of herbal, broth, bisque, chowder, potage and consommé.
Clearly written with easy-to-follow steps, the recipes are suited for amateurs and homemakers alike. Once your loved ones have tasted Chef Eric’s favorite soup dishes, they will be craving for more!
Title: Simply Soup
Author: Eric Teo
Language: Bilingual- English and Mandarin Chinese (Simplified)
Book Information Contents About the Author The Secret of Cookies will reveal to you cookie baking secrets through 1,000 full-color step-by-step photos and 200 foolproof tips. With this book in hand, you will be baking great cookies 100% of the time! This book is considered a “Jumbo” edition because it provides a very comprehensive guide for both creative and traditional cookies. The recipes and detailed photos ensure guaranteed success even for beginners. Learn and start baking cookies and taste your success immediately. Title: The Secret of Cookies Author: Gu Huixue Language: Bilingual- English and Mandarin Chinese (Simplified) Condition: New Illustrations: Full...
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Zong Zi, rice dumplings, and sticky rice dumplings are a traditional Chinese food made of glutinous rice, stuffed with different fillings, and wrapped in bamboo, reed, or other large flat leaves. They are cooked by steaming or boiling. Although Zong Zis are commonly eaten as a snack, they are traditionally eaten during the Duanwu Festival which falls on the fifth day of the fifth month of the lunar calendar (which is the namesake of this book “Fragrance of Double Fifth”). There are many different varieties of Zong Zi. In this exciting cookbook, the author has carefully put together a most...
Book Information Contents About the Author The Dragon Boat Festival is known for the racing of dragon boats and eating delicious zong zi, a traditional Chinese food made of glutinous rice stuffed with different fillings and wrapped in bamboo, reed, or other flat leaves. This cookbook teaches you everything you need to know about making delicious Chinese sticky rice dumplings. Amy Wong, the author, describes the different ingredients you will need and details the method of making these treats. This cookbook is a must-have for making zong zi at home. Title: The Season of Double Fifth Author: Amy Wong Language:...
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As at all traditional gatherings for the holidays, food plays an especially important role in the New Year Festival. Malaysian and Singaporeans often prepare cookies or biscuits to be served or given as gifts during Chinese New Year. Homemade cookies and baked goods taste much better than store bought cookies. Let this book show you how to bake these Chinese New Year goodies and cookies so that you can create these festive cookies for all your holiday celebrations. Title: Cookies for all Occasions Author: Patsie Cheong Language: Bilingual- English and Mandarin Chinese (Simplified) Condition: New Full book details