Books Similar to All Under Heaven: Recipes from the 35 Cuisines of China

Are you interested in finding books similar to All Under Heaven: Recipes from the 35 Cuisines of China by Carolyn Phillips? All Under Heaven: Recipes from the 35 Cuisines of China can best be described as follows: A comprehensive, contemporary portrait of China’s culinary landscape and the geography and history that has shaped it, with more than 300 recipes.Vaulting from ancient taverns near the Yangtze River to banquet halls in modern Taipei,All Under Heavenis the first cookbook in English to examine all 35 cuisines of China..

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Books Similar to All Under Heaven: Recipes from the 35 Cuisines of China

1. Land of Fish and Rice: Recipes from the Culinary Heart of China by author Fuchsia Dunlop.
Description: Fuchsia Dunlop . . . has done more to explain real Chinese cooking to non-Chinese cooks than anyone. Julia Moskin, New York Times The lower Yangtze region, or Jiangnan, with its modern capital Shanghai, has been known since ancient times as a land of fish and rice.

2. Taste of Persia: A Cook’s Travels Through Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iran, and Kurdistan by author Naomi Duguid.
Description: Though the countries in the Persian culinary region are home to diverse religions, cultures, languages, and politics, they are linked by beguiling food traditions and a love for the fresh and the tart. Color and spark come from ripe red pomegranates, golden saffron threads, and the fresh herbs served at every meal.

3. Samarkand: Recipes & Stories from Central Asia & The Caucasus by author Caroline Eden.
Description: Over hundreds of years, various ethnic groups have passed through this city, sharing and influencing each other’s cuisine and leaving their culinary stamp. Samarkand is a love letter to Central Asia and the Caucasus, containing travel essays, beautiful photography and recipes that are little known in the West that have been expertly adapted for the home cook.

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