New Thai Cuisine

New Thai Cuisine

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by Nathan Hyam
     
 

Thai cuisine offers some of the most complex and delicious flavors to be found in the world of food. Often, however, with its myriad of seemingly exotic ingredients and methods, it is impossible to replicate in your kitchen. But take heart! New Thai Cuisine shows you how the wonderful tastes of Thailand can be prepared in your own home. Chef Nathan Hyam has

Overview

Thai cuisine offers some of the most complex and delicious flavors to be found in the world of food. Often, however, with its myriad of seemingly exotic ingredients and methods, it is impossible to replicate in your kitchen. But take heart! New Thai Cuisine shows you how the wonderful tastes of Thailand can be prepared in your own home. Chef Nathan Hyam has studied Thai cuisine for over a decade and has mastered the art of Thai cooking for Western kitchens. With practical tips on how to substitute ingredients to adjust to your palate and how to master Thai cooking techniques, you'll soon find yourself on an exotic journey of the tastebuds.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781552851852
Publisher:
Whitecap Books, Limited
Publication date:
01/01/2010
Pages:
192
Product dimensions:
8.02(w) x 9.03(h) x 0.55(d)

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Meet the Author

Chef Nathan Hyam is the author of New Thai Cuisine and was born in New York City. After traveling in Asia and taking many Thai cooking classes, he is now one of Vancouver's most prominent chefs, specializing in Thai cuisine. Nathan is also known as The Thai Guy.

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New Thai Cuisine 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I had been searching the net, high and low, for a good pad thai recipe (among others) and finally bought this cookbook. I have to say that the pad thai recipe offered here, although a bit time-consuming, provided the most tasty results. Haven't tried other recipes, yet.