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Simply Ming in Your Kitchen: 80 Recipes to Watch, Learn, Cook & Enjoy Hardcover – October 16, 2012
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About the Author
Arthur Boehm has co-authored six cookbooks, most recently Kosher Revolution, with Geila Hocherman.
Top Customer Reviews
I purchased the book after seeing Ming on a TV show where he commented that his son had been born with many food sensitivities. Because I am in the same boat with my kids, I thought I'd give it a try. Many of the recipes will work for people with gluten or dairy sensitivities, but not all. Still, it has already proven to be a good investment.
about Taking the time to cook something interesting and delicious. I really like this book and it is on my best and latest book shelf.
Wonderful photography, You will wish more restaurants could cook this well!
The Empire has long been a fan of Ming Tsai and his cuisine, and a number of his books adorn the shelves of the Imperial library. What drew me to this one in particular was the attempt to tech-up the book by placing QR codes in each recipe that will allow you to pull up videos of Ming making the dish, as well as transit an ingredient shopping list to your SmartLightsaber. Running the galaxy is hard work, and anything to save a few minutes here and there is appreciated. I'll touch more on how this QR thing was a great idea gone bad in a moment.
As to the actual recipes within the book: There's nothing too groundbreaking here, but there's nothing wrong with that. You know when you buy a Ming Tsai book, what you're getting is about as Asian as a Gungan riding a Kawasaki, so be prepared. The honey crab wontons in chapter 1 are of particular note, and are a welcome addition to any meal. The pan fried scallop satays were so good, it almost inspired me to Force Pet a kitten, and the miso friseé salad was delicious enough that I caught myself foodgasm-dialing Yoda to apologize for all those short jokes I had been texting him over the years. The Panko crusted pork cutlets, however, were so mediocre that I couldn't even get Jabba to finish my plate. Well, he ate the plate - he just left the pork behind.Read more ›
The book I went through it and saw many helpful recipes that I know I will try it out as soon as I have the opportunity to
make purchase of some healthy vegetables.
I am very happy that I made purchase of it along with the steamer that goes on top of the Wok.
Ming Tsai has good products and I have ownership of all of them.
Thank You, Seller rated 5*****
Don't buy this book. It lies!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I think this will become a favorite as I begin using the recipes.Published 1 month ago by G Clifford
Purchased as a preowned book. NIce cookbook and a great bargain as a preowned. It was like new.Published 2 months ago by wrb
my husband loves this guy, and thought he would have a great book, but I did not see much I would make, sorryPublished 9 months ago by earthmama
My wife is still going through this one, but has always enjoyed Ming Tsai recipes.Published 17 months ago by Dallas O. Bradley
Good recipes, some of the ingredients one can only find in an ethnic South East Asian market stores.Published 19 months ago by handy-dandy
As expected from the author - east/west combination which doesn't always translate successfully as shown on his TV program. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Gordon Quan