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Cookbooks
Author: Rose Cheng
ISBN: 0895860872
Subcategory: Regional & International
Pages 192 pages
Publisher H.P. Books; 1St Edition edition (1981)
Language English
Category: Cookbooks
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 782
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by Rose Cheng


Chinese Cookery by Rose Cheng.

Chinese Cookery by Rose Cheng. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Chinese Cookery . by. Rose Cheng.

Tsai Chih Chung (Chinese: 蔡志忠; pinyin: Cài Zhìzhōng; born 1948) is a famous cartoonist born in Huatan, Changhua County, Taiwan of Taiwanese origins.

Chinese Cookery Update at end of this, still stand by words from 5 years ago, still true! "Unsurpassed. I bought this cookbook after eating an amazing meal at a friend's when I was in my early twenties. WOW, great pictures, easy to follow instructions, and delicious food, every single time! My guests rave over the results. The photographs are beautiful, and show the finished product in a way I enjoy more than just print.

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For your enjoyment is this very nice cookbook titled Chinese Cookery. This one is rated B. Item CB-141. ISBN : 0- 89586- 087- 2 Of Pages: 192 Color Pictures: Yes Hard or Soft Cover: Hard.

Chung-Tai Cheng 鄭松泰, Hong Kong. 法會議員 (Member of the LegCo of HKSAR) 熱血公民主席 (Chairperson, Civic Passion).

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Pipet
This is my go to book on Chinese cooking...enough so that I modified a number of recipes to fit my own tastes... Heck...there's as many chow mein recipes as there are chefs...but I did find the perfect combination for me...but it did include a little more than fifty percent of Rose's recipe...

The drunk chicken I modified into a great chicken salad...and have since dropped the recipe for three other recipes that fit that salad even better than even the drunk chicken did...
Uscavel
Chinese Cookery Update at end of this, still stand by words from 5 years ago, still true! "Unsurpassed." I bought this cookbook after eating an amazing meal at a friend's when I was in my early twenties. WOW, great pictures, easy to follow instructions, and delicious food, every single time! My guests rave over the results. The photographs are beautiful, and show the finished product in a way I enjoy more than just print. I do not have such praise for any other of the many cookbooks I have used over the years, several of which I love--in the latter cookbooks, not every recipe I have tried makes my tastebuds sing, is relatively straightforward to prepare, nor meets or exceeds my expectations or that of my family and friends. Note: I have also used tricks learned over the years to make the foods lighter, like using no-fat broth instead of oil, and have still had delicious results. This really helped expand my cooking repertoire, and has still not gone out of style.
Negatives: No nutritional information, no "light alternatives" provided, not a complete cooking course.
ORIGINALLY SUBMITTED AUG, 2009, UPDATED SEPT, 2014: Still use, purchased additional copies. Favorite recipes: Cashew chicken (for this and others, I cut the oil down), beef with oyster sauce, MuShuChicken, Shredded Pork with Sweet Bean Sauce (lovely presentations of these all, especially the last.) Also has a very tasty Mongolian Beef Recipe, but I prefer the ease of the Beef with Oyster Sauce. Least favorite: Spring Rolls, tasty but soft.
The_NiGGa
This book was published in 1981 and is one of the best i've come across to this day. The recipes are delicious and there is something in here for everyone. Highly recommended.
Ariurin
I came across this recipe book quite by accident many years ago and it became my favorite. It has the best 'Beef & Broccoli' and 'Shrimp in Lobster Sauce' recipes that I've tried. I even like them better than the restaurant versions. I can't imagine how, but I lost my original copy. I was really happy when I found this used one. Yay!
Vivados
This is one of my all time favorite cookbooks. Living the in the San Francisco bay area for almost 40 years, my husband and I became used to excellent Chinese food. We found this book while living there. It has become my Chinese food bible. Absolutely wonderful recipes. I am yet to find one that I did not like. This was a replacement book for the one that I used up. It literally fell apart. Was so pleased when I found this wonderful book on Amazon
tref
Love the sesame beef and almond chicken recipes!
Gadar
Excellent book! Very authentic recipies!!
Recipes are fine. Book is very poorly bound, and the spine cracks and pages pull out immediately upon use.