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Time for Chinese Eat-In: Chinese UnChopped by Jeremy Pang

Updated: Mar 20

This book - also entitled Essential Chinese Cooking in some editions - is perfect for chefs of all levels, who are interested in authentic asian cuisine. Beginners and advanced chefs as well as Chinese food lovers will find the photographs and detailed explanations about the sauces used, the differences between various noodle dishes, and secrets for stir fry success. Chock-full of wonderful information about basic and advanced Chinese ingredients, detailed and deliciously arranged photographs, and easy to follow recipes; this is an essential guide for Chinese food lovers and chefs to own or gift.

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