For anyone looking to see what it feels like to sit/eat at a Hmong dining table, here's the book for you.
One thing that bugged me was there were no pictures to correspond with the dishes, although there is a picture section in the middle of the book, it is not complete.
I just made the Chicken Larb last week and even his father and mother said it was great and they came over from the camps in Thailand several years ago.
Haven't got the book yet but I know that this book is going to be good.Published 2 months ago by richard her saychou
I am not Hmong, nor is my family. However, I grew up in the Twin Cities, MN, and by the time I was in college, there were a lot of great Hmong restaurants around! Read morePublished 14 months ago by Cissa
I am an American culinary student with strong Hmong connections. For at least the past 20 years or so my work family has been predominantly Hmong. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Meg
Although with my touch it doesn't taste quite as good, but it also has bonded her (my mother) and I within the kitchen. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Yeng
I am really happy there is a Hmong cookbook now but I'm disappointed that majority of the photos in this book are all in black and white. Read morePublished on April 1, 2011 by Sasha
The book is very informative and orgainzed. I love the pictures included in the book.Published on September 30, 2009 by Tsheng