In "Cooking with an Asian Accent, "award-winning author" "Ying Compestine, a nationally renowned authority on Asian culture and cuisine, reveals how to make delicious home-cooked meals that nourish the senses and the soul using accessible ingredients, simple preparations, and thrilling flavors." Cooking with an Asian Accent" is not another traditional Asian or "quick-meals" cookbook. It offers a new cuisine created through Ying's East-Meets-West journey, a style of contemporary cooking that brings three essential principles of Asian cuisine into the Western kitchen: food that satisfies the senses, harmonizes the body's Yin-Yang balance, and acts as medicine. Melding Eastern philosophy with Western-style efficiency, Ying's recipes offer a balanced approach to cooking everything from quick and healthy soups, salads, and stir-fries to sauces, condiments, and desserts. Accompanied by beautiful full-color photography and inspirational personal stories, this accessible, engaging book is ideal for anyone who aspires to home cooking that is simple, delicious, and revitalizing.
About the Author
Ying Chang Compestine grew up in China and now lives in California with her husband and son. She is the author of the young adult novel "Revolution Is Not a Dinner Party", the YA story collection "A Banquet for Hungry Ghosts", as well as several picture books for children and cookbooks for adults.