Steamy Kitchen Cookbook: 101 Asian Recipes Simple Enough for Tonight's Dinner

Steamy Kitchen Cookbook: 101 Asian Recipes Simple Enough for Tonight's Dinner

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by Jaden Hair
     
 

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"I loved it and so did my girls! So easy, so quick— soooo good. Thank you, Jaden, for your beautiful cookbook! I love it."—Ree Drummond, author of The Pioneer Woman Cooks

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"I loved it and so did my girls! So easy, so quick— soooo good. Thank you, Jaden, for your beautiful cookbook! I love it."—Ree Drummond, author of The Pioneer Woman Cooks

Editorial Reviews

Library Journal
Hair (www.SteamyKitchen.com) is a home cook-turned-food blogger-turned-cookbook author. She shares recipes drawn from her mother's kitchen, other food bloggers, and her own delightful archives. Her focus is mostly simple Asian dishes (from China, Vietnam, Japan, and Thailand), with several more complicated ones thrown into the mix. She veers from the current trend of Asian fusion cuisine by trying to uphold the integrity of each country's unique flavors and ingredients. This focus is what makes her book distinctive. Hair also provides great kid-friendly dishes like eggrolls, Chinese broccoli and beef, and crispy chicken with citrus teriyaki sauce. Desserts are appealing and include the much loved bubble tea and an innovative grilled banana-and-chocolate treat. VERDICT For home cooks of all levels of experience seeking to expand their repertoire of Asian recipes, Hair has written an extremely accessible cookbook that blends great recipes with mouthwatering photographs she took. Highly recommended. [See Publishers Weekly's online profile "The Cooking Star You Haven't Heard of Yet: Jaden Hair" at http://bit.ly/6jsBA.—Ed.]—Claire Moitra, Providence, RI
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"I loved it and so did my girls! So easy, so quick— soooo good. Thank you, Jaden, for your beautiful cookbook! I love it." —Ree Drummond, author of The Pioneer Woman Cooks

"Jaden Hair delivers beautiful, simple and delicious food that will bring family and friends to your table. She is the real deal who learned from the best, her mom." —Martin Yan, Chef and host of Yan Can Cook

"Jaden has great energy and a fantastic spirit, and that comes through in her beautiful food photography and recipes in "Steamy Kitchen." You'll love having her teach you the joys of Asian home cooking." —Ming Tsai, host/executive producer of Simply Ming and chef/owner of Blue Ginger

"Steamy Kitchen is one of the most popular sites at www.food.alltop.com. This book is positively orgasmic." —Guy Kawasaki, founder of www.Alltop.com, author of Rules for Revolutionaries and Reality Check

"If you never have the pleasure of meeting Jaden in person, you most certainly get to know her through this book, written in her unique conversational style, a gorgeous kitchen journal that exudes her zest for life and all things delicious. It's like one big happy dance." —Kim O'Donnel, "A Mighty Appetite," The Washington Post

"Jaden Hair—in print, on television, on SteamyKitchen.com and in her own steamy kitchen—is a force of nature, and this book captures that exuberant spirit with compelling recipes and great techniques on a wide range of Asian dishes." —Michael Ruhlman, author of The Soul of a Chef and Ratio: The Simple Codes Behind the Craft of Everyday Cooking

"Jaden Hair speaks passionately to a new audience of Asian food enthusiasts, luring them into the Steamy Kitchen with her helpful hints and exciting recipes." —Andrea Nguyen, author of Into the Vietnamese Kitchen and Asian Dumplings

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780804843348
Publisher:
Tuttle Publishing
Publication date:
02/05/2013
Edition description:
Original
Pages:
160
Sales rank:
872,386
Product dimensions:
8.70(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.60(d)

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Michael Ruhlman
"Jaden Hair-in print, on television, on SteamyKitchen.com and in her own steamy kitchen-is a force of nature, and this book captures that exuberant spirit with compelling recipes and great techniques on a wide range of Asian dishes."--(Michael Ruhlman, author of the self-titled food blog ruhlman.com, The Soul of a Chef and The French Laundry Cookbook, which he co-wrote with Thomas Keller. His most recent book is Ratio: The Simple Codes Behind the Craft of Everyday Cooking)

Meet the Author

Jaden Hair is a food writer and up-and-coming television star who teaches Asian cooking. She authors one of the world's top rated and trafficked food blogs, steamykitchen.com and appears regularly on live spots on Tampa Bay's CBS (WFLA),Sarasota's ABC (WWSB) and has a regular bi-monthly segment on the syndicated show "Daytime." Jaden lives in Florida with her family.

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nhjenny More than 1 year ago
I bought this book yesterday and love it.  The recipes are healthy asian and are easy to make.  It is beautifully written and the photographs are great.  The story telling along the way is entertaining.  This is a great book for making easy, healthy asian food at home that is much much better than take out any day.  This will become a book that I use weekly. .
food-dj More than 1 year ago
It's refreshing to read how Jaden's family was and still is influential in her cooking. It makes this more than 'just' a cookbook. The writing is wonderful, the pictures are great. Good job with the camera girl! Best of all, the food recipes are easy to understand. It makes trying some new things not so hard. Great job Jaden. doug johnson
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've now made three recipes from this cookbook, I've enjoyed all of them immensely, and I have more flagged to try. The Chinese Beef Broccoli and the Korean BBQ-Style Burgers in particular were very flavorful, and like so many other recipes in the book were made to seem easy without either oversimplifying or losing authentic flavors. Or maybe the word I want isn't so much "easy" as "logical." Every recipe makes sense; it flows naturally and seems effortlessly repeatable as well as a basis for variations on the theme. In addition, the photography throughout the book is gorgeous, and the writing is delightful to read. I can hardly wait to make some of the other recipes I've flagged. I can tell that this cookbook is going to be one of my kitchen standards -- and I have over 300 cookbooks.
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