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by Judy Monroe,Chi Nguyen


Series: Easy Menu Ethnic Cookbooks. I liked this cookbook and can recommend it to someone looking for his or her first introduction to Vietnamese cooking.

Series: Easy Menu Ethnic Cookbooks. This book is one of a series "easy menu ethnic cookbooks" published by Lerner Publications Company. In addition, the cookbook includes information on the land, history, and holidays of the country.

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An introduction to the cooking of Vietnam featuring such recipes as spring rolls, sweet and sour soup, and Vietnamese fried rice. Also includes information about the land, history, and holidays of this south-east Asian country.

Cooking the Vietnamese Way (Easy Menu Ethnic Cookbooks) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0822509141

ISBN: 0822509148

Author: Judy Monroe,Chi Nguyen

Category: Young Adult and teen

Subcategory: Hobbies & Games

Language: English

Publisher: Lerner Pub Group (May 1, 1985)

ePUB size: 1303 kb

FB2 size: 1981 kb

Rating: 4.1

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Grokinos
I liked this cookbook and can recommend it to someone looking for his or her first introduction to Vietnamese cooking. This book is one of a series "easy menu ethnic cookbooks" published by Lerner Publications Company. It introduces Vietnamese cooking and features some well-known Vietnamese recipes such as spring rolls, Vietnamese fried rice, and my favorite, Bun bo sao (Vietnamese noodle bowl with beef). In addition, the cookbook includes information on the land, history, and holidays of the country.
I have a copy of Nicole Routhier's Foods of Vietnam, which also covers some of the same dishes; however, Ms. Routhier's cookbook is more suited to the cook that has quite a bit of time available to prepare her recipes. Cooking the Vietnamese Way is more suited to the everyday cook.
Grokinos
I liked this cookbook and can recommend it to someone looking for his or her first introduction to Vietnamese cooking. This book is one of a series "easy menu ethnic cookbooks" published by Lerner Publications Company. It introduces Vietnamese cooking and features some well-known Vietnamese recipes such as spring rolls, Vietnamese fried rice, and my favorite, Bun bo sao (Vietnamese noodle bowl with beef). In addition, the cookbook includes information on the land, history, and holidays of the country.
I have a copy of Nicole Routhier's Foods of Vietnam, which also covers some of the same dishes; however, Ms. Routhier's cookbook is more suited to the cook that has quite a bit of time available to prepare her recipes. Cooking the Vietnamese Way is more suited to the everyday cook.
Sinredeemer
This really is meant to be a cookbook for children. There's a page towards the end that warns you to turn your pot handles towards the back of the stove so "younger brothers and sisters" don't bump into them. When chopping vegetables, it tells you to use a cutting board as opposed to chopping them in your hand. The recipes are basic, quick and easy. Unlike more involved Asian cookbooks that call for all sorts of sauces and vegetables that you have to go to an Asian market to find, the most obscure ingredient this book calls for is fish sauce, which you can find in most American supermarkets (although more authentic fish sauces can still be found at Asian markets). As a result, these probably aren't the most authentic recipes possible, but they don't look bad in terms of a starting point. I look forward to trying them out.

If you have a child who is interested in trying to cook different cuisines, he or she might enjoy reading this book and trying out the recipes. Make sure they have access to the appropriate cooking utensils, like a wok, and they'll have fun trying it out.
Sinredeemer
This really is meant to be a cookbook for children. There's a page towards the end that warns you to turn your pot handles towards the back of the stove so "younger brothers and sisters" don't bump into them. When chopping vegetables, it tells you to use a cutting board as opposed to chopping them in your hand. The recipes are basic, quick and easy. Unlike more involved Asian cookbooks that call for all sorts of sauces and vegetables that you have to go to an Asian market to find, the most obscure ingredient this book calls for is fish sauce, which you can find in most American supermarkets (although more authentic fish sauces can still be found at Asian markets). As a result, these probably aren't the most authentic recipes possible, but they don't look bad in terms of a starting point. I look forward to trying them out.

If you have a child who is interested in trying to cook different cuisines, he or she might enjoy reading this book and trying out the recipes. Make sure they have access to the appropriate cooking utensils, like a wok, and they'll have fun trying it out.
JoJoshura
Just right after receiving the book, I took a look and was very disappointed immediately: "Is this all ?"The book is thin and carry almost of half for unnessary general introduction. There are not much especial and interesting recipes which you can find from the other practical and attentive book .
Perhaps because of the price so is that all we can get for what we pay?
For really really really beginner that may work.
JoJoshura
Just right after receiving the book, I took a look and was very disappointed immediately: "Is this all ?"The book is thin and carry almost of half for unnessary general introduction. There are not much especial and interesting recipes which you can find from the other practical and attentive book .
Perhaps because of the price so is that all we can get for what we pay?
For really really really beginner that may work.
Worla
This book is very disappointing! Very few recipes and a lot of pages wasted on things such as warning the reader to be careful while cooking. Is it really necessary to include a recipe on how to make steamed rice? This book also claimed to include vegetarian recipes, but very few were provided. Some of recipes look promissing, but really not worth buying because there are too few recipes and too many page fillers.
Worla
This book is very disappointing! Very few recipes and a lot of pages wasted on things such as warning the reader to be careful while cooking. Is it really necessary to include a recipe on how to make steamed rice? This book also claimed to include vegetarian recipes, but very few were provided. Some of recipes look promissing, but really not worth buying because there are too few recipes and too many page fillers.
ZEr0
This might have seemed like a children's book because, believe it or not, IT IS! I loved this series as a second and third grader. The books taught me about different cultures and made me aware of my world. Now I am looking to buy the complete series for my own children!

It's not hard to know what you're buying. Pay a little more attention to detail.
ZEr0
This might have seemed like a children's book because, believe it or not, IT IS! I loved this series as a second and third grader. The books taught me about different cultures and made me aware of my world. Now I am looking to buy the complete series for my own children!

It's not hard to know what you're buying. Pay a little more attention to detail.
Ubranzac
My wife just received this book and was very disappointed. It is only 44 pages of content with the first 17 pages dealing with history. There are only 18 substantial recipes in the whole book. This book is very thin and almost seems designed as a children's book, but with a ~[price]pricetag. Not worth the shipping to return it.
Ubranzac
My wife just received this book and was very disappointed. It is only 44 pages of content with the first 17 pages dealing with history. There are only 18 substantial recipes in the whole book. This book is very thin and almost seems designed as a children's book, but with a ~[price]pricetag. Not worth the shipping to return it.
Chinon
This is part of a series of books "Cooking the XX Way" and they are children's books. The series is excellent and each book offers and introduction to the culture along with good, simple recipes. This book in particular is wonderful, with a cultural introduction and a handful of straight-forward recipes that introduce cooking techniques as well as the cuisine of Vietnam. Try the stir-fried Cauliflower; it's wonderful and quite authentic.
Chinon
This is part of a series of books "Cooking the XX Way" and they are children's books. The series is excellent and each book offers and introduction to the culture along with good, simple recipes. This book in particular is wonderful, with a cultural introduction and a handful of straight-forward recipes that introduce cooking techniques as well as the cuisine of Vietnam. Try the stir-fried Cauliflower; it's wonderful and quite authentic.