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My Rice Bowl : Korean Cooking Outside the Lines: Yang, Rachel/ Thomson, Jess/ Burggraaf, Charity (PHT): BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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My Rice Bowl : Korean Cooking Outside the Lines
My Rice Bowl : Korean Cooking Outside the Lines
Publisher : Sasquatch Books
Published Date : 2017/09
Binding : Hardcover
ISBN : 9781632170781

BookWeb Price : US$35.00
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Language : English
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Book Description
Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A97406015
Place of Publication: United States
Academic Level: Extracurricular
Booklist Reviews 2017 September #1
ForeWord Magazine Reviews 2017 - September/October
ForeWord Special Section Reviews
Baker & Taylor Forecast - August 2017

From James Beard Best Chef nominee Rachel Yang, a cookbook with 75 inspired recipes based on the cutting- edge Korean-French fusion cuisine for which she is known. The recipes in My Rice Bowl express chef Rachel Yang's passion for the unique Korean-French fusion cuisine she serves at her restaurants, each of which has its own distinctive twist on her cooking style. The cookbook offers readers the building blocks of Korean food - grains, noodles, meats, BBQ, pickles, kimchi - and then elevates them with recipes that also reflect her years as a chef at some of the best French restaurants in New York City. Recipes are defined as "simple" or "complex" and will appeal to both adventurous home cooks as well as those exploring Korean cooking for the first time. The book also tells the story of Rachel's upbringing and her food history using the analogy of a rice bowl - the thing many Koreans think of as basic sustenance - to reveal how she pulls from these different influences in her life to create her deliciously innovative cuisine.