South-East Asian Soups: Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia by Tan, Terry
Throughout Southeast Asia, soups and broths are designed to cleanse the mouth and refresh the palate. Bowls of steaming broth are often served alongside the main course, so that diners can slurp a spoonful of soup in between spoonfuls of rice or the main dish. This book features an appetizing range of recipes from Thailand and China, through Japan and Korea, down to the south-east Asian islands of Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines. You may choose to serve any of the soups solo, as a light lunch or supper dish, or as a prelude to a dinner party - but whenever you place them before your guests, these treats are certain to prove popular.
Jekka's Complete Herb Book (Revised Ed.) by Mcvicar, Jekka
Jekka McVicar shows how to grow and use herbs, with over 200 culinary ideas and recipes.
Cook Mee: 60 Recipes To Jazz Up Your Instant Noodles by Teo, Paulin; Rebecca Lynne Tan
Chefs and The Sunday Times' food writers show you 60 ways to jazz up the humble packet of instant noodles. Conveniently divided into six parts with Chinese, Malay, Indian, Peranakan, Asian and Western variations.
Makansutra Singapore 2017 by Seetoh, K. F. (Ed.)
Makansutra Singapore 2017 marks the tenth edition of the ever-popular food guide book in Singapore. It has been and still is the voice of traditional and heritage street food since 1997, when the first edition was inked. Despite rapid changes, the affinity for comfort heritage food remain. In this edition, there are over 600 street food and heritage restaurant reviews, complete with new finds and updated listings.
Kawaii Sweet Treats: Little Miss Bento by Wong, Shirley
Award-winning cookbook author and food blogger Shirley Wong, better known as Little Miss Bento, returns with even more kawaii creations in her third cookbook Kawaii Sweet Treats. Featuring more than 30 recipes from cookies and snacks to cakes, tarts and pudding, with many utilizing aromatic tea flavours such as matcha, houjicha and earl grey, this collection of unique and flavourful treats promises endless hours of baking fun!
Stationery Fever: From The Paper Clips To Pencils And Everyting In Between by Komurki, John; Angela Nicoletti Et Al
This beautifully designed book shows how the seemingly mundane objects that populate desks and cubicles everywhere are now being re-imagined as collector's items. And as today's trendsetting artists and designers are increasingly returning to non-digital techniques and methods, letterpress stationery, typewriters, and ink pens have developed the cache of vintage fashion and cars. Whether you're stuffing a college backpack or decorating your home office, this book will appeal to lovers of lo-fi and bespoke objects alike.
Monet Cookbook, The: Recipes From Giverny by Gentner, Florence; Francis Hammond (Photos)
It's well known that Claude Monet was a gourmand as well as an artistic genius. Now, sixty of those recipes are gathered in this elegantly produced book brimming with the colors and flavors of Giverny, France. Beautiful reproductions of Monet's art compliment the recipes, along with photographs of the artist enjoying these dishes with his family, friends, and fellow artists. The recipes themselves, selected for their rustic appeal and use of only the freshest ingredients, range from simple galettes and hearty casseroles to fine soufflés, seafood dishes, and delicious tarts, cakes, and other pastries.
Art Forms In Nature: A Colouring Book Of Ernst Haeckel's Print by Dziadosz, Barbara
Based on the intricate illustrations of Ernst Haeckel, one of the world's most celebrated naturalists and artists, this coloring book provides hours of absorbing and soothing entertainment. Ernst Haeckel's series of incredibly detailed prints have influenced designers and artists for over a century. Collected in books such as the perennial bestsellers Art Forms in Nature and Art Forms from the Ocean, they now form the basis of a beautiful coloring book that is suitable for any age.
Inspiring Patterns: The Modern Art Colouring Book by Badreddine, Delphine (Ed.) J.Berthezene (Illus.)
Based on modern and contemporary art masterpieces, this collection of hypnotic and intricate patterns provides the perfect canvas for coloring-book enthusiasts of all ages. This book offers hours of coloring opportunities using the shapes and forms of some of the world's great modern and contemporary artists. The dots of Chuck Close, the helixes and spirals of M.C. Escher, the playful lines of Calder and Miró, and even the splatters of Jackson Pollock are translated into boldly lined and enthralling illustrations.
Fishing In Hong Kong: A How-To Guide To Making The Most Of The Territory's Shores, Reservoirs And Surrounding Waters by Sharp, Mike; John Peters; Lizzie Sharp-Eliazar
Did you leave your fishing rods at home before relocating to Hong Kong, unaware that such a densely populated place could support recreational fishing? Mike Sharp and John Peters walk you through the local angling spots and describe key tactics normally known only by Hong Kong anglers. Carp fishing, pier fishing, and trolling for game fish are just some of the topics covered in a warm, descriptive text beautifully illustrated by Lizzie Sharp-Eliazar. Whether you live in a skyscraper or a village, this book will encourage you to get out onto the territory's beautiful waters or rocky shore and cast a line - in the hope that the next one will be the one that didn't get away.
Sake: The History, Stories And Craft Of Japan's Artisanal Breweries by Hayato Hishinuma, Jason M. Lang & Elliot Faber
This is a compendium of the most important generational sake breweries in Japan, featuring profiles of and interviews with the passionate families who run these operations, along with luxurious photography of the small batch processes, landscape and people involved. The 75 profiles include 60 sake breweries, 10 shochu distilleries and 5 awamori distilleries from Okinawa all the way to Hokkaido for geographic and stylistic diversity.
Perfection In Imperfection: A Culinary Journey Through The Senses Of Chef Janice Wong by Wong, Janice
A unique way of seeing and thinking, and an attention to detail are what shape Chef Janice Wong's inventive desserts. Through this book, the creative mind behind 2am:dessertbar invites you to enter her world. This is not an ordinary cookbook. It is an exploration of the mind and senses, of perceptions and emotions. The chapters explore the inspirations behind each of her creations, be it the unique, natural flavour of an ingredient, a distinct hue that evokes an emotion, an unexpected texture that jolts the senses, a nostalgic taste that allows the mind to wander back to childhood days..
Dim Sum - A Flour-Forward Approach To Traditional Favourites And Contemporary Creations by Wong, Janice; Ma Jian Jun
Chef Janice Wong's approach to cuisine is novel and innovative - she views familiar items in a different light, twisting and combining them in a unique way. In this book with dim sum expert Chef Ma Jian Jun, Chef Wong brings her unique concepts and presentation to the traditional Cantonese art of dim sum. Together they have pioneered a collection of over 90 traditional recipes as well as new creations incorporating both Chef Ma's impeccable craft and Chef Wong's pastry vision.
Vegetarian Sushi Secrets: 101 Healthy And Delicious Recipes by Baggett, Marisa
Everybody loves sushi. Now vegetarians can fully enjoy it too! American sushi expert Marisa Baggett has been working passionately for years to perfect sushi recipes that take full advantage of the freshest garden vegetables, herbs, tofu, mushrooms and spices available at your local farmer's market or co-op. This is a gem of a Sushi cookbook that shows you how to make foolproof thin rolls, thick rolls, inside-out rolls, hand rolls, bowl rice sushi and many more in no time at all!
Bonsai And Penjing: Ambassadors Of Peace & Beauty by Mcclellan, Ann
This book tells the awe-inspiring stories of bonsai and penjing trees in the collection of the National Arboretum in Washington D.C. It details their valuable role in international diplomacy and as instruments of American presidential influence. It also describes their inclusion in world's fair exhibitions, in Asian-inspired gardens around the country, and as a window onto the extensive cultivation of bonsai in North America today. Stories of individual trees and forest plantings are featured, as are the roles played by the skilled and talented creators of these living art forms.
Akira Yoshizawa: Japan's Greatest Origami Master by Akira Yoshizawa
Master origami artist Akira Yoshizawa was a true innovator who played a seminal role in the rebirth of origami in the modern world. He served as a bridge between past and present, in terms of inventing new techniques and in preserving the traditional Japanese forms. In fact, the notational system of diagrams widely used today to indicate how models are folded was largely invented by him. Above all, Yoshizawa was responsible for elevating origami to the status of an art form. This beautiful origami book is the first comprehensive survey of the extraordinary work of Akira Yoshizawa. In addition to 60 models from his private collection, it features over 1,000 original drawings by the artist, and English translations of his writings in Japanese on origami, all of which are published here for the very first time.
Arabian Cookbook, The: Traditional Arab Cuisine With A Modern Twist by Ramzi Choueiry
Experience Arab cuisine with traditional dishes from Lebanon, Morocco, Iraq, and Egypt and delight in the rich textures, aromas, and flavors of the Middle East. World-renowned chef Ramzi Choueiry revolutionized Arab cuisine and raised its standards on the international culinary stage. Filled with a bountiful range of dishes, the book features simple recipes that will make preparing these delectable meals as enjoyable as consuming them. Prepare classics like baba ghanoush, hummus, falafel, and baklava, as well as more exotic dishes, such as dolmades stuffed with rice, squid in ink, sour chicken with sumac and walnuts, and fig marmalade with grape molasses.
Cook Korean: A Comic Book With Recipes by Ha, Robin
Fun to look at and easy to use, this unique combination of cookbook and graphic novel is the ideal introduction to cooking Korean cuisine at home. Robin Ha's colorful and humorous one- to three-page comics fully illustrate the steps and ingredients needed to bring more than sixty traditional, and some not-so-traditional, dishes to life.
Nonya Heritage Kitchen Origins, Utensils And Recipes by Ong Jin Teong
The Peranakan or Baba and Nonya culture is the result of intermarriage, from the 15th century, between Chinese immigrants and the local population of Indonesia and Malaya. The resulting fusion of cuisines, however, is not just of China and the Southeast Asian archipelago, but also from Portugal, the Netherlands and England, as well as the places they colonized. Nonya Heritage Kitchen brings together the stories of how popular food, cooking techniques, ingredients and utensils from these spheres of influence interacted to create Nonya cuisine. This telling is via the background and recipes of both well-known and rare dishes such as Bak Chang, Rempah Udang, Sugee Cake, Kiam Chai Ark, Kuih Bahulu, Cheek Bee Soh, Sesargon, and Kuih Koci.Also included is a list of stores and online shops for Nonya kitchen utensils. Here is an extraordinary and practical cookbook that reveals new information about the wide-spread and global roots of Nonya food.
At Home From Pot To Pot: Bringing The Joy And Health Benefits Of Plants Into The Home by Menezes, Pauline
Discover the joy planting your own herbs and spices, and cooking with them! Take your cooking to the next level by incorporating fresh home-grown herbs and spices! At Home From Pot to Pot is a fully illustrated guide on how to grow 16 different herbs and spices and using them to prepare 30 healthy and wholesome dishes with exciting flavours that are sure to delight.