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Chinese Street Food: Small Bites, Classic Recipes, and Harrowing Tales Across the Middle Kingdom by Southworth, Howie & Matza, Greg

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Biographical Note:
Howie Southworth is a food author, photographer, and media producer. He is a frequent speaker on education, culture, and cuisine for organizations across the globe. Though Howie has called many delicious destinations home, he and his family currently live in Barcelona, where some very serious food research is underway.

 

Greg Matza grew up in Los Angeles, weaned on a diet that stretched from Iran to the Philippines to El Salvador--all within a couple of miles from his home. Greg is currently the proud parent of an eighty-thousand BTU propane burner and a collection of very nice potholders. They all live happily in the San Francisco Bay area.

ISBN: 1510728155   EAN: 9781510728158
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing     
Binding: Hardcover
Pub Date: August 07, 2018

Review Quotes:
"Street cuisine is 'quickly changing yet deeply rooted in tradition, ' the authors write, and this is made evident across 10 chapters that combine breezy bits of travel writing and food history with a vast variety of xiao chi, or 'small eats.' . . . Augmented with 100 on-location photos, this lively cookbook brings a distant land into deliciously sharp focus." -- Publishers Weekly

 

"Most recipe collections aren't entertaining. They tell a story--about the chef, the cuisine, a restaurant or two--then spill the not-so-proverbial beans. Southworth and Matza . . . take readers on a journey into China. We peer inside little towns (like those in rural Yunnan Province) and big--and bigger--cities (Chengdu, Xi'an, and Beijing) and meander through alleyways and little-known streets to find the best bites in China." -- Booklist

 

" Chinese Street Food is brimming with history, food lore, and recipes that take you on a culinary journey outside of the restaurant and into the streets of regional China. Authentic flavors and techniques explode onto the page in a way that first make you salivate, then motivate to roll up your sleeves and get cooking." --Chef Lee Anne Wong 
"This book is an inspiring culinary atlas of China, an enticing guide to eat your way through China, street by street." --Martin Yan, Yan Can Cook

 

"From noodles to steamed buns, traditional dishes and sweets, Chinese Street Food is a true celebration of Chinese cuisine. Howie and Greg's experiences and travels take you on a tour of Chinese street food stalls and provide a true authenticity these dishes deserve. Peace and Good Eating." --Chef Ming Tsai

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