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Every Grain of Rice by Ellen Leong Blonder
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Oct 17, 08

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Read in March, 2008, read count: 1

If I were ever to attempt cooking Chinese food at home, I would start by trying some of the recipes in this book. The authors share anecdotes about coming to America and how their families adapted their cooking to the ingredients available here. The stories give a taste of Chinese-American live and the recipes in between are less complicated that what I've seen in other Asian cookbooks.
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