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by Kylie Kwong

  • Author: Kylie Kwong
  • ISBN: 0670911186
  • ISBN13: 978-0670911189
  • ePub: 1635 kb | FB2: 1285 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Regional & International
  • Publisher: Penguin Global (December 28, 2005)
  • Pages: 184
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 511
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Kylie Kwong: Recipes and Stories ePub download

Kylie Kwong (born 31 October 1969) is an Australian television chef, author, television presenter and restaurateur. Kwong attended Epping North Public School and Cheltenham Girls High School. As a third-generation Chinese Australian, she learned the.

Kylie Kwong (born 31 October 1969) is an Australian television chef, author, television presenter and restaurateur. As a third-generation Chinese Australian, she learned the fundamentals of Cantonese cooking by her mother's side. She undertook much of her apprenticeship at Neil Perry's Rockpool and Wockpool, and later at Restaurant Manfredi.

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In 2003, "Kylie Kwong: Heart and Soul" was published by Penguin Viking/ABC Books in October 2003 to coincide with her first TV series . Her first cookbook Kylie Kwong: Recipes and Stories was published by Penguin in April 2003.

In 2003, "Kylie Kwong: Heart and Soul" was published by Penguin Viking/ABC Books in October 2003 to coincide with her first TV series which was screened on the ABC at the same time. Her first cookbook Kylie Kwong: Recipes and Stories was published by Penguin in April 2003 In late 2005, the LifeStyle Channel released a statement revealing that a second Kylie Kwong series would be released

Food the nourishes the soul as well as the body.

Food the nourishes the soul as well as the body. Intertwined with the recipes are affectionate portraits of memorable meals-from cooking rice for her grandmother's boisterous mah jong sessions to the everyday ritual of shopping in Chinatown.

Intertwined with the recipes are affectionate portraits of memorable meals-from cooking rice for her grandmother’s boisterous mah jong sessions to the everyday ritual of shopping in Chinatown. This captivating book is a very personal, intimate journey in the company of a fascinating family and the food that binds them together. Penguin Publishing Group.

Recipes by Kylie Kwong. Delicious fried rice. See all Kylie Kwong recipes (2). Programmes with Kylie Kwong. Elsewhere on the web. Kylie Kwong's homepage.

Kylie Kwong's recipes. Here are her Chinese pantry tips to get you started.

Presenting her recipes for fresh, approachable Chinese food that have seduced Sydney diners in recent years, Kylie Kwong reaches back into her family history to tell a fascinating story of the immigrant experience in Australia. In this celebration of cultural and culinary inspirations, recipes are intertwined with affectionate portraits of memorable meals-from cooking fried rice for her grandmother's boisterous mahjong sessions to the everyday ritual of shopping in Chinatown. The richness and diversity of Kylie's cooking, and the culture that breathes life into it, are reflected in photos from her family album and her travels, as well as of the dishes that mean so much to her. For Kylie, food is both a way of life in the present and a link with the past and her Chinese Australian family heritage. In this captivating book, Kylie shares the recipes she holds dear to her heart, and the memories they evoke. This is a very personal, intimate journey in the lively company of a fascinating family and the food that binds them together.
Went Tyu
Excellent book!!
MrDog
The recipes are great. Lots of variety and easy to follow, even for a beginner like me...

Just have peanut oil and ginger available, it's in almost all her recipes, and your good to go.

Enjoy!
Bukus
I love this cookbook. I started watching Kylie's show on Discovery and have gotten both her cookbooks. I am currently working my way through the recipes and have yet to find one my family doesn't like. Plus, I love to just sit down and read her stories, she writes so vividly you feel like you are right there with her. I especially like the listing in the back of the products she uses, and the brands she recommends. It made it much easier to go my local Asian store and find exactly what I needed. The only problem is having to translate cooking temperatures from celcius to farenheit and she uses grams instead of ounces/pounds in the measurements. BUT, it is worth the few minutes hassle of converting to what I need, so I don't really mind it too much.
Clonanau
This is the second book from Kylie Kwong I bought. We tried about a half of the recipes ourselves already. So far I did not found a single recipe I don't like.

One of her recipe becomes my absolutely favorite.

What I really miss is her show I was watching a couple of years back on Discovery Home.
Fegelv
Kylie love for her family and her cooking shows on every page and her simple but mastery recipies makes you want to cook chinese as often as you could. Enjoy !
Aradwyn
Kylie is inventive and fun. Her stories made me read her book cover to cover!
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