Tommy Tang's Modern Thai Cuisine

Overview

Tommy Tang, celebrated chef and owner of Tommy Tang’s restaurants in Los Angeles and New York, shares his flair for creating unique, delectable cuisine from his native Thailand in Tommy Tang’s Modern Thai Cuisine. Here, he presents over ninety of his signature recipes, which combine elements of Japanese, Indian, American, and European dishes with traditional Thai flavor. Although the flavors may be exotic, Tommy has made his recipes as simple as can be. Most dishes require only standard utensils, and many call ...
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Overview

Tommy Tang, celebrated chef and owner of Tommy Tang’s restaurants in Los Angeles and New York, shares his flair for creating unique, delectable cuisine from his native Thailand in Tommy Tang’s Modern Thai Cuisine. Here, he presents over ninety of his signature recipes, which combine elements of Japanese, Indian, American, and European dishes with traditional Thai flavor. Although the flavors may be exotic, Tommy has made his recipes as simple as can be. Most dishes require only standard utensils, and many call for ingredients easily found in supermarkets. Easy-to-follow instructional illustrations guarantee professional results, while beautiful full-color photographs help you choose the perfect recipe for your next cooking adventure.

If you love Thai food, but have always thought that it was beyond your culinary reach, Tommy Tang is here to change your mind. Let Tommy Tang’s Modern Thai Cuisine bring the joy of Thai cooking to your home.

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Editorial Reviews

Library Journal
Here are recipes from the chef/owner of trendy Thai restaurants in New York and Los Angeles. Tang's cuisine mixes elements of the East and West, as in Crab Spring Rolls with Santa Fe Chili Sauce. His food is innovative and appealing, but it's somewhat irritating that a number of the dishes require Tang's commercially available seasoning mix or marinade. Still, Tang--and Thai cuisine--have many fans, and there are some delicious dishes here. For larger collections. BOMC and Better Homes & Gardens selection.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780757002540
  • Publisher: Square One Publishers
  • Publication date: 4/10/2004
  • Pages: 160
  • Sales rank: 565,739
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.67 (d)

Meet the Author

Tommy Tang was born in Bangkok and moved to the United States in 1972. Ten years later, he opened the original Tommy Tang’s in West Hollywood, California. When he opened a second restaurant in New York’s Tribeca area in 1986, he became America’s first bicoastal chef. Tommy also shares his expertise on his PBS cooking show.

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