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Lucky Peach Presents 101 Easy Asian Recipes Beholden To Bold Flavors And Not Strict Authenticity, The Editors Of Lucky Peach Present A Compendium Of Recipes That Hit The Sweet Spot Between Craveworthy And Stupid Simple And Are Destined To Become Favorites Your Friends And Lovers Will Marvel As You Show Off Your Culinary Worldliness, Whipping Up Meals With Fish Sauce Splattered Panache And All The Soy Soaked, Ginger Scalliony Goodness You Could Ever Want All For Dinner Tonight.

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  • Hardcover
  • 272 pages
  • Lucky Peach Presents 101 Easy Asian Recipes
  • Peter Meehan
  • 17 December 2018
  • 9780804187794

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  1. says:

    I have this book checked out from the library it has been really fun I bought the necessary ingredients, and the dean family has been doing mostly Asian dinners for the past couple of weeks tonight we are going to have Korean grilled chicken, japchae, and soy sauce kimchi a quick, unfermented version of kimchi all from this book can I tell you what we ve made and how it rates regardless of your response, i m going to.chineasy cucumber salad good, even without the peanutssoy sauce kimchi wow this was really good making a second batch today made our fridge smell pretty ethnicsoy sauce eggs I don t eat hard boiled eggs, but sam and most of the kids liked themdollar dumplings and dollar dumplings III making this again this week, dumpling dipping sauce good too we boiled some and fried some.st paul sandwich I like egg foo yung, and consequently liked these sandwiches art s friends even ate them some kids also put ham on them.rotisserie chicken ramen sam really liked this me not so much kids divided.economy noodles have already made twice once with cabbage because I had no bean sprouts good will make again and again.jumuk bap I really liked, kids, even ginger and emma, liked and ate than 2.greens with whole garlic good ava ate the garlicbok ch...

  2. says:

    Given that I can Google any recipe I want, I buy cookbooks now for what the internet can t provide a good read, cool pictures, an artifact that s nice to hold and cool on my shelf Lucky Peach hit all the right spots for me My favorite part so far is the ingredient guide with pictures I think condiments are the most intimidating part of Asian cooking That moment where you wonder if you re going to put something that smells that funky on something going in your mouth But that s what makes the food taste good Anyway, it turns out I ve been buying seasoned instead of regular rice vinegar, which is why I ve never liked it, and rice vinegar is a pretty key staple a lot of dishes That tip alone was probably worth the price of admission.Have I made anything yet Nope Bu...

  3. says:

    This book dresses itself as an inauthentic take on East Southeast Asian cuisine, which I thought was candid, considering the author s name is hilariously white This book is really really well organized and has a careful selection of truly easy recipes the blurbs are written with clear, infallible tips that minimize the possibility of screwups I appreciate how it provides tips on how to acquire the asian vegetables, sauces and condiments, then how to pair them with ingredients veg legumes I actually eat as a Chinese person without being like just call it asian inspired and substitute kale if you want The front page literally has a picture of cucumber salad with cilantro and vinegar which is really yummy and good with fried dough and plain congee for breakfast By itself the book is interesting and quirky to peruse, and the pictures are glossy and big hearted The anecdotes are also quite homey and honestly written I like imagining Peter Meehan sweating at his kitchen island at night while murmuring about Chinkiang vinegar and things I noticed in other reviews that people have mentioned that page about oranges, which was the first page I saw when my friend who gave me this book flipped to it That touch of daring totally did it for me 100% 10 10 good job Lucky Peach Cutest cookbook.It s not exactly a deep study into any cuisine, barely goes into regional ins...

  4. says:

    David Chang is a culinary emperor and his influence has had far reaching effects worldwide When he started Momofuku in 2004 Americans found ramen, kimchi, and steamed buns mainly in Chinatowns, urban strip malls, and stretches of ethnic enclaves like Buford Highway in Atlanta Chang celebrates and elevates Asian home cooking to a 500 tasting menu that s per person and two Michelin stars His food is divine.Trying to recreate any of his dishes is difficult I m in a moderately sized city but am still 120 miles away from the closest purveyor of the fresh noodles his cookbook editor Peter Meehan recommends The mall chicken recipe has 9 ingredients, not including the chicken and rice The Jap Chae has 12, not including the noodles This...

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    I honestly wasn t planning a cookbook review again so soon With Thanksgiving thrown in the mix, I didn t actually think I d have time to adequately test a good enough number of recipes to feel satisfied offering up a review BOY WAS I WRONG Friday night yes, the night after Thanksgiving Luck Peach Presents 101 Easy Asian Recipes arrived on my doorstep while I was trying desperately to figure out what to have for supper And no, Thanksgiving leftovers were not appealing at that moment I realized, though, that I had everything on hand to make all three versions of Onigiri that appear in the book I settled for two, the umeboshi and the tuna, and made four total, two of which I tried as Yaki Onigiri And I ate them with the Spicy Cold Celery Readers, we were off to the races Asian food has always intimidated me and I m really not sure why Sure, the ingredients can be odd and or hard to find but I actually live in an area that has two great international grocery stores Even as a teen I knew where our Asian market was, admittedly spending most of my money there on Botan Rice Candy and melon flavored gum I think that my biggest issue has been the fear that it just won t taste as good as what I can get at my favorite Asian restaurants Even after successfully trying my hand at a few Thai...

  6. says:

    Once again, Blogging for Books has blown me away I requested this book not really knowing what to expect maybe something small with a few recipes in it I don t really know But whatever it was I thought I was going to get, what I actually got was a lot better.To start off, this book is quite large There are so many different recipes From appetizers to main dishes, there is a lot of different things that you can make in this book The dessert section is a little small It has about 2 different recipes and one doesn t really count as a recipe The dessert is an orange and the directions are that you can slice it or not pg 262 I found it quite humorous to be honest.The over all book is very well put together Almost all of the recipes have a picture to go with them, which I love It makes it very nice to be able to see what the food you are trying to make should at least kind of look like when you are done That is very helpful for someone like me who is just starting their adventure in to the cooking things at home instead of eating out world.Also...

  7. says:

    While I m not really inspired to make anything from this cookbook, I really enjoyed it I found the pictures crisp and clean and plentiful I LOVE cookbooks with pictures The steps were clearly laid out and easy to follow I didn t find the majority of the ingredients to be to specialty, like the common man wouldn t be able to find them All of these were pluses but what threw me over the edge to liking this book were the cute comments at the bottom of recipes about the chef s or finding similar bu...

  8. says:

    Great cookbook filled with lots of inspiration and lovely accompanying photos Recipes are approachable, and the writing is witty, often slightly irreverent Worth it just for the dessert section Then again, I m biased toward anything Meehan, Chang, and co produce RIP Lucky Peach.

  9. says:

    When we re feeling under the weather and still up to cooking , Smitten Kitchen s Hot and Sour Soup based on a recipe from this book is the best No nonsense instructions with accessible ingredients, plus delicious taste On the strength of this recipe alone, I knew that I was going to love 100 Easy Asian Recipes and the cookbook did not disappoint.I appreciated their straightforward approach surprising for authors coming from Momofuku This is clearly not an authentic cookbook but one that teaches you how to make relatively easy and tasty food, with humorous commentary from the authors, who seem to actually understand the day to day grind of getting dinner on the table The authors walk readers through the various ingredients and sauces, with pictures of the different bottles packaging, since they know that not everyone would know what these ingredients look like Look, we know the Internet is out there And on it you can find almost anything, from pictures of dogs on surfboards to multilayered analyses of whether or not Thomas Pynchon predicted par...

  10. says:

    I love asian foods of all kinds and have found it difficult to find a cookbook that covers all the recipes I am looking for This book is esthetically pleasing in many ways the photos are neat, numerous and look like they are staged and colorized to seem retro and the recipes are clearly written and laid out I appreciated the introduction which explained some of the uncommon ingredients I am lucky to have a asian market close by so I have access to most of the items suggested and also the little stories vignettes that accompanied the recipes They were fun to read and made the book feel interesting than a straightforward cookbook However I did have a few problems with the book as a whole I felt that the authors were oversimplifying some of the recipes in a manner that made them look unappealing i.e Soy Sauce Eggs, Miso Soup etc There also seemed to be a heavy focus on appetizers which some people may prefer but I do not When I first received the book I actually read it cover to cover this is an odd way of using a cookbook according to some but I like to do this with most of the cookbooks I purchase to get a sense of when and how to best utilize them and not...

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