Interest in the cuisines of Eastern Asia has never been greater. What better time for a new edition of this classic Korean cookbook, complete with a fresh new design ?throughout and a beautiful new cover? With its intriguing flavors and generous spice, Korean cuisine is one of the most exciting Asian cuisines and, featuring leafy greens, grains, and an abundance of seafood, one of the most healthful as well. The Korean Kitchen includes more than 140 tantalizing, easy-to-follow recipes for soups, salads, fritters, pancakes, fish and shellfish, barbecue, noodles, and, of course, the Korean national favorite: pickled vegetables, or kimchi. Complete with a history of the cuisine, a glossary, and tips on serving a traditional meal, The Korean Kitchen leads the way to homemade Korean fare.
About the Author
Copeland Marks is a food historian and regular lecturer at the Smithsonian and the Asia Foundation. His articles have appeared in Food & Wine, Bon Appétit, Gourmet , and elsewhere, and he is the author of several previous cookbooks. He lives in Brooklyn.
- Publisher: Chronicle Books; 2nd ed Feb '99
- Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.6 in
- Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
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