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Dim Sum Book Hardcover – Illustrated, December 12, 1988
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When it comes to dim sum making, I am a total beginner. The book has very clear instructions, I think anybody could follow it. And the ingredients are not hard to find at all, especially today Asian supermarkets are in almost every corner.
FYI--If you read Chinese like me, there are many good dim sum books written in Chinese, however, the common problems I found in those books are that because the target readers are China Mainlanders, so some ingredients are only available in that region, and the name of some ingredients are very confusing. If you could deciper the names of the ingredients, you would have a lot of choices for dim sum recipe books.
In my opinion, acquiring all of the author's cookbooks first before buying the other English language Chinese cookbooks makes an important foundation to understanding what you eat in America and how the food is cooked at home. Then proceed to the other cookbooks and hopefully to eating the more elaborate levels of Chinese cooking. I didn't pick up the author's cookbooks until very recently and only after learning that the author is from Sun Tak. I wish I had bought her books long ago.