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ROAST CHICKEN WITH HONEY, FISH SAUCE

by bephaus @ Bếp Haus

ROAST CHICKEN WITH HONEY, FISH SAUCE VAN TRAN & ANH VU / RECIPES MEAT Chicken holds a special place in Vietnamese food culture. It’s often cooked on celebratory occasions. Before people sit down to eat, the chicken is offered to the spirits of the ancestors, and on New Year’s Eve we eat chicken to give […]

Cookbook Overview: Into the Vietnamese Kitchen

Cookbook Overview: Into the Vietnamese Kitchen


Viet World Kitchen

Welcome and thank you for your interest in this cookbook. For starters, here are the basics on it: Into the Vietnamese Kitchen: Treasured Foodways, Modern Flavors Publisher: Ten Speed Press (2006) Awards: 2007 Finalist for a James Beard Foundation Award of Excellence (best Asian book) and two International Association of Culinary Professionals awards (best first book and best international). Availability: Purchase the hardcover edition at independent neighborhood bookstores and retailers such as Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Jessica's Biscuit, and Powell's. A digital version was released on May 22, 2011! Look for the ebook at online retailers such as Amazon/Kindle, Barnes and Noble/Nook, and iBooks/Apple products. Brief Description When my family was airlifted out of Saigon in 1975, one of the few belongings that my mother...

Take a Deep-Dive into the Spicy, Sour & Sweet Flavors of Vietnam

Take a Deep-Dive into the Spicy, Sour & Sweet Flavors of Vietnam


Kitchn

The angle: A food tour of Vietnam, right in your kitchen

Made in Vietnam by Tracey Lister | Hardie Grant Publishing

Made in Vietnam by Tracey Lister | Hardie Grant Publishing


HardieGrant

Made in Vietnam: Homestyle Recipes from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh by Tracey Lister, Andreas Pohl. Hardie Grant BooksFood. Hardie Grant Publishing.

Favorite Cookbooks: Andrea Nguyen

Favorite Cookbooks: Andrea Nguyen


101 Cookbooks

Cookbook author, freelance writer, and cooking teacher Andrea Nguyen, shares her favorite cookbooks with us.

Personalized Cookbook Gift Certificates: The Perfect Present

by Paige Worthy @ Cookbook Create

A chance to create a cookbook they’ll keep forever is the gift that keeps on giving. When I was a kid, I turned my nose up when I received a gift certificate for a special occasion. But as an adult, the freedom of choice contained within that tiny package is everything! Looking for a special gift for the culinary enthusiast who has everything? Look no further — you can now purchase Cookbook Create gift certificates for any occasion. An eGift to make one of our customized, beautifully printed cookbooks are perfect for birthdays, holidays, and even wedding and anniversary gifts for your loved ones who love to cook. And they also make amazing donations for silent auctions and raffle prizes. Unlike the ubiquitous (and, let’s be honest, never really unwanted) Starbucks Card, a Cookbook Create gift certificate is actually an incredibly personal gift that comes to life when the recipient gets to work creating their personalized treasure. Learn how Cookbook Create works. Gift Certificate Basics Cookbook Create gift certificates can be created to suit the budget of any project — choose a custom dollar amount, or choose from a prefilled amount: $35, $50, $100, or even $250. Your gift certificate […]

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How to Make Vietnamese Spring Rolls (Gỏi Cuốn)

by Thien-Kim Lam @ I'm Not the Nanny

You asked for a tutorial on how to make Vietnamese spring rolls. Here it is with step-by-step photos.

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Elizabeth Street Cafe Lands Fancy Vietnamese Cookbook Deal

Elizabeth Street Cafe Lands Fancy Vietnamese Cookbook Deal


Eater Austin

Soon, make your own croissants, macarons, pho, and banh mi

VIETNAMESE MARKET COOKBOOK

by bephaus @ Products – Bếp Haus

DETAILS Hardcover: 224 pages Publisher: Square Peg (22 Aug. 2013) Language: English ISBN-10: 0224095617 ISBN-13: 978-0224095617 Product Dimensions: 19.7 x 2.4 x 25.4 cm REVIEW “My favourite (cook)book of 2013… For any amateur cook who likes new flavours and is willing to take risks, this book really is worth a try” (Ed Balls New Statesman) […]

13 Halloween Costume Ideas for Gourmet Babies

by Lauren H. @ Cookbook Create

Photo: Betsy Garcia/Juan of a Kind Creation These easy and DIY costumes are so darn cute you’ll want to eat them right up. From serious to goofy, there is something delectable about a baby being all decked out. For this Halloween, consider dressing up your toddler or baby  as a favorite dish.  Not baby-adjacent? Go ahead and check out these grin-worthy outfits anyway, they’ll be the most deliciously delightful part of your day. 1. Spaghetti and Meatballs Costume Pastafarians and  Lady and the Tramp fans alike can agree a spaghetti and meatballs costume is too cute to pass up. Create this yummy costume with a tutorial from Brandy of Pretty Plain Janes. Seriously, who doesn’t love a spaghetti covered baby? 2. Sushi Roll Onesie Looking for a cozy and homemade costume for your little one? Check out this freshly caught  costume idea from Catherine of White Apples. This easy to-put-together sushi costume is great for a newborn and includes a wasabi hat for cool nights out trick-or-treating! 3. Baby Taco Costume Let’s tacobout how adorable this idea is! Jen and Isaac of Wayfarer Family took Taco Tuesday to a new level and you should too, especially with Halloween on a […]

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Recipe: Combo dessert soup- Chè thưng

by Helen Le @ Danang Cuisine

Recipe: Combo dessert soup- Chè thưngBy Helen Le Published: January 10, 2018Prep: 40 minsCook: 60 minsReady In: 1 hr 40 minsChe Thung is a popular Vietnamese sweet soup with coconut milk soup base and various kinds of beans, lotus seeds, and peanuts etc. There is also another dessert called Che Ba Ba, which is very […]

The Best Vietnamese And Pho Cookbooks -

The Best Vietnamese And Pho Cookbooks -


Book Scrolling

"What are the best Vietnamese And Pho Cookbooks?" We looked at 65 of the top cookbooks, aggregating and ranking them so we could answer that very question!

Homemade Hoisin Sauce Recipe

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

Love hoisin sauce with pho and in other Asian dishes? Make it yourself! I didn’t think it would be easy, but for the sake of excellent pho and the desire to offer a gluten-free hoisin recipe in The Pho Cookbook, I experimented for about two weeks to come up with an excellent recipe. Now, you...

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Smörgåsbord Cookbook Review and Apelsinmarmelad med Timjan (Orange Marmalade with Thyme)

by Tara @ Tara's Multicultural Table

Smörgåsbord: The Art of Swedish Breads and Savory Treats, written by Johanna Kindvall, features an intimate look at the traditions and food behind the Nordic Smörgåsbord. From quick lunches to lavish spreads, you can enjoy the flavors of Sweden at home with dishes such as Ugnsbakad Sparris med Senapsfrödressing (Roasted Asparagus with Pickled Mustard Vinaigrette),...

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Easy Vietnamese Pho Noodle Soup | Omnivore's Cookbook

Easy Vietnamese Pho Noodle Soup | Omnivore's Cookbook


Omnivore's Cookbook

Easy Vietnamese pho noodle soup - Want to get a hearty bowl of Vietnamese pho noodle soup on the table within 30 minutes? Look no further!

Luke Nguyen's The Food of Vietnam + A Recipe for Vietnamese Coffee Tart

Luke Nguyen's The Food of Vietnam + A Recipe for Vietnamese Coffee Tart


L.A. Weekly

An emphasis on freshness isn't the sole domain of Vietnamese cuisine, but you could be persuaded that it's made quite the art of market-to-table cooking as you thumb through Luke Nguyen's The Food of Vietnam (Hardie Grant Books). It's a compendium of regional recipes across the Southeast Asian country in...

Cooking for the Prime Minister of New Zealand

by PA @ Danang Cuisine

  Recently, I had the honor of serving Vietnamese food at my Nén Restaurant to H.E Ms Jacinda Ardern, the Prime Minister of New Zealand during the #APEC2017 week in Da Nang. She is the world’s youngest female head of government, having taken office at age 37. As I am also working in an extremely […]

Cookbook Book Club: Into the Vietnamese Kitchen - Girl Eats World

Cookbook Book Club: Into the Vietnamese Kitchen - Girl Eats World


Girl Eats World

Photo Credit: Olga Olga of Polkadots Cupcake Factory organized and hosted the first meeting of our Cookbook Book Club. She invited a few of friends, including MJ, Anita, and me.... [Continue Reading]

BEAN-TO-BAR CHOCOLATE

by bephaus @ Products – Bếp Haus

DETAILS Marou, Faiseurs de Chocolat, sources single-origin cacao bean directly from small-sized farms in Vietnam and make beautiful chocolate bars in their Saigon workshop. Pure pleasure, the minibar is a perfect pick-me-up for anytime of the day COOK’S NOTES We visited Marou’s workshop and witnessed first-hand their commitment to quality. The bars are made of […]

RED CABBAGE AND BEANSPROUT SALAD

by bephaus @ Bếp Haus

RED CABBAGE AND BEANSPROUT SALAD VAN TRAN & ANH VU / RECIPES VEGETABLE Red cabbage and beansprout salad with herbs recipe Quick and easy to make, this Vietnamese cabbage salad is excellent with stews and braised dishes.

The Vietnamese Cookbook

The Vietnamese Cookbook


Barnes & Noble

In The Vietnamese Cookbook, Diana My Tran transforms many of her complex traditional dishes into new simpler versions - tailored to the fast pace of America and the...

Cookbook Create’s Photo Guidelines

by Hannah Bertiger @ Cookbook Create

A little help to ensure your cookbook photos look their best Congratulations! If you’re reading this post, you’re probably well on your way to creating a beautiful customized cookbook using Cookbook Create. The collection of recipes you’ll add to the pages of your cookbook tell a story, but the photos really bring that story to life. (You don’t have to be a professional photographer or Instagram celebrity to have great photos, by the way — we’ve got photo tips for you!) When you’re choosing photos to include in your cookbook, there are just a few nitty-gritty guidelines you’ll need to follow — not because we love rules, but because we love you, and we want your cookbook to look its very best. First, all your photos should be 5MB or less, and Cookbook Create supports photos that end in .gif, .jpg, and .png format. Page-Specific Photo Sizes The size of photo you’ll need depends on where you plan to use each one. Here are the optimal dimensions for the photos you’ll use in your custom cookbook: Recipe photo: 1102 x 617 pixels Photo on a four-image page: 1113 x 1064 pixels Photo on a single-image page: 2269 x 2170 pixels Spiral-bound […]

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Vietnamese Home Cooking by Charles Phan Cookbook Promo Video

Vietnamese Home Cooking by Charles Phan Cookbook Promo Video


White On Rice Couple

Cookbook promo trailer video for Chef Charles Phan's cookbook: Vietnamese Home Cooking. Charles Phan of of The Slanted Door restaurant shares recipes, tips & techniques for the home cook who wants to cook Vietnamese food

My Favorite Vietnamese Cookbooks - I'm Not the Nanny

My Favorite Vietnamese Cookbooks - I'm Not the Nanny


I'm Not the Nanny

I've purchased many since I started my cooking journey 18 years ago, but these are my favorite Vietnamese cookbooks, plus a few I want to try.

Arugula Salad with Fuyu Persimmons and Parmesean

by Nancie McDermott @ Nancie's Table

Having fallen in love with persimmons years ago, I pulled a recipe for “Persimmon Salad” from a weekend section of the Wall Street Journal back in 1912. I kept it in my Persimmons folder throughout the work on my latest cookbook, “Fruit: A Savor the South Cookbook” Though this recipe did not make it into...

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Nosh on Traditional and Innovative Vietnamese Dishes at Les Ba’get

by Linda @ Girl Eats World

Ever struggle between the honoring of the tradition and the melding of tradition with creative innovation? When it comes to Vietnamese food, I love both the traditional dishes and the... [Continue Reading]

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Vietnamese Cooking

Vietnamese Cooking


The Cookbook Co. Cooks

Instructor: Ching Li, culinary instructor and host of TV show Good Taste: Chinese Class Type: Hands On Class Price: $90 per person Availability: Available As a crossroads for travellers and traders between Burma, Indonesia, India, China and Thailand, Vietnam has developed a cuisine that's been influ

The Best No Knead Cookbook Ever

by Thien-Kim Lam @ I'm Not the Nanny

The perfect bread making book for busy people.

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Pumpkin-Ginger Muffins

by Nancie McDermott @ Nancie's Table

For busy morning breakfasts on the go, after-school snacks, and easy goodies to share with co-workers, neighbors, and people doing good things in the world, nothing beats a home-baked batch of muffins. My friend Jill O’Connor writes cookbooks, recipes, and free-lance food stories, and her baking superpower is genius-status in creating recipes for pastry-baking pros...

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Aspiring Vietnamese cookbook writer gets award

Aspiring Vietnamese cookbook writer gets award


Asia House

In 2013 we presented the Yan Kit So Memorial Award to the aspiring writer of a Vietnamese cookbook.

Cookbooks a recipe for cultural understanding

Cookbooks a recipe for cultural understanding


vietnamnews.vn

Andrea Nguyễn has authored many English books featuring Vietnamese cuisine that are more than cook books, offering glimpses into national history, culture and traditional customs.  She speaks to Minh Thu about the motivation and inspiration for her culinary stories.

Recipe: Grilled pork sandwich -Bánh mì thịt nướng

by Helen Le @ Danang Cuisine

Recipe: Grilled pork sandwich - Bánh mì thịt nướng By Helen Le Published: December 30, 2017Prep: 20 minsCook: 30 minsReady In: 50 minsYield: 3-5 (3 Servings)"Banh mi thit nuong" which is Vietnamese sandwich with grilled pork, is the special version of "banh mi". This is one of the most popular breakfast in Vietnam. Bánh mì […]

Free local classified ads

Free local classified ads


Gumtree

Find vietnamese cookbook ads. Buy and sell almost anything on Gumtree classifieds.

My Favorite Vietnamese Cookbooks • Steamy Kitchen Recipes

My Favorite Vietnamese Cookbooks • Steamy Kitchen Recipes


Steamy Kitchen Recipes

For the past 10 years of Steamy Kitchen, we’ve specialized in Asian cuisine, with cookbooks, free recipes and how-to videos. Our collection of Asian cookbooks will rival any bookstore! Here are our very favorite Vietnamese cookbooks. Vietnamese Home Cooking by Charles Phan – Chef Charles Phan runs two of the most famous modern Vietnamese restaurants in …

Made in Vietnam: Homestyle Recipes From Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh

Made in Vietnam: Homestyle Recipes From Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh


The Daily Meal

Tracey Lister and Andreas Pohl are the wife and husband behind Made in Vietnam: Homestyle Recipes From Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh.

Vietnamese Any Day – A New Book Coming Up!

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

You’re looking at the draft of my sixth cookbook! This week, I sent the manuscript to my editor, Kelly Snowden. Vietnamese Any Day is all about helping American cooks work Viet flavors into their regular rotation. Many people who are new to Vietnamese food do not know where to begin. They’ve been seduced by the...

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Four Steps to Prep Your Favorite Freshman for Eating Well in College

by Hannah Bertiger @ Cookbook Create

The freshman 15 have nothing on teens with these healthy life skills. You’ve created so many memories around the dining table with your college-bound teen; now that they’re leaving the nest, let’s get them cooking and shopping healthfully for themselves! I learned to cook, both from recipes and from my parents, who have a love of cooking and eating. I’ve had life-threatening food allergies for my entire life and I was a lacto-ovo vegetarian all through college. There was a lot to juggle diet-wise, but I prepared food and cooked for myself through college, with a spirit of creativity and play. From my experience as an eater and a psychotherapist who specializes in food allergy management, here are four must-have life skills that your college-bound teen will need in their back pocket. Unlike studying for the SAT, practicing these four skills before heading off on their own will reward them with a lifetime of healthy food choices. The sooner you start working on them together, the better off your loved student will be in the school of life.  Skill 1: Plan a Balanced Meal Food is how we fuel our bodies so we can work, sleep and play at peak […]

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Our 9 Favorite Whole30 Bloggers of 2017

by Paige Worthy @ Cookbook Create

Photo: Kelly Nardo/Eat the Gains Looking for inspiration for your first—or next—Whole30? These nine bloggers will help you get started. The Whole30, a wildly popular health program that eliminates specific food groups for a full 30 days, can be intimidating to beginners, especially those who have a difficult time fathoming a month without sugar, grains, dairy, and legumes. What Is the Whole30? The Whole30 is very similar to a Paleo diet, and the rules are short and sweet (full guidelines can be found on the Whole30 website): Enjoy moderate portions of meat, seafood, and eggs; plenty of fruits and vegetables; and natural fats, herbs, spices, and seasonings Eat food with very few ingredients, pronounceable ingredients, or—better yet—no ingredients (because you’re eating whole foods) Avoid added sugar, alcohol in any form, grains, legumes, dairy, baked goods, or junk food with “approved” ingredients Don’t step on the scale or take any body measurements The emphasis on not stepping on a scale might cause you to think that the Whole30 is the most unconventional diet you’ve heard of. That’s because the Whole30 isn’t a diet; it’s a health reset. Diets tend to concentrate solely on weight loss and often fail to provide sustainable, […]

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Flavor Adventure: Vietnam - from the Cookbook Create Blog

Flavor Adventure: Vietnam - from the Cookbook Create Blog


Cookbook Create

Cookbook Create helps you turn your favorite recipes into a print on demand published cookbook. You can keep all of your recipes in one place including favorites from the blog like Flavor Adventure: Vietnam, you can access your recipes from any mobile device or computer, and easily make custom printed cookbooks.

Vietnamese Cooking: 20 Vietnamese Cookbook Spring Rolls and Other Vietnamese Recipes (Vietnamese Cuisine, Vietnamese Food, Vietnamese Cook - Walmart.com

Vietnamese Cooking: 20 Vietnamese Cookbook Spring Rolls and Other Vietnamese Recipes (Vietnamese Cuisine, Vietnamese Food, Vietnamese Cook - Walmart.com


Walmart.com

Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $35. Buy Vietnamese Cooking: 20 Vietnamese Cookbook Spring Rolls and Other Vietnamese Recipes (Vietnamese Cuisine, Vietnamese Food, Vietnamese Cook at Walmart.com

Pressure Cooker Vietnamese Caramel Salmon Recipe

Pressure Cooker Vietnamese Caramel Salmon Recipe


NYT Cooking

Searing salmon in a tangy lime and ginger caramel that’s spiked with Asian fish sauce is one of my favorite ways to cook the fish Usually I make this in a skillet, starting it on the stovetop and finishing it in the oven But it cooks beautifully and very quickly in the pressure cooker, turning wonderfully tender

The True Story of Pho

The True Story of Pho


Epicurious

A Vietnamese cooking expert explains where the classic soup comes from—and how to make it.

The 50 best cookbooks

The 50 best cookbooks


the Guardian

Part two, the top ten of Observer Food Monthly's countdown

CARAMELISED BRAISED PORK BELLY RECIPE

by bephaus @ Bếp Haus

CARAMELISED BRAISED PORK BELLY RECIPE VAN TRAN & ANH VU / RECIPES Meat Marinated in fish sauce and shallots, and coated with a golden caramel sauce, this Vietnamese pork belly is simmered until tender.

Persepolis Cookbook Review and Keskul-e-Fugara (Turkish Milk and Almond Pudding)

by Tara @ Tara's Multicultural Table

Persepolis: Vegetarian Recipes from Persia and Beyond, written by Sally Butcher, showcases a flavorful assortment of over 150 vegetarian recipes with inspiration from the Middle East, Northern Africa, and the Caucasus. Many are favorites from her London shop and café, Persepolis. Highlights include Su Boregi (Spinach and Almond Pie), Halim (Eggplant Porridge with Brown Butter...

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4 Smart Tips for Writing Your Family Recipes

by Hannah Bertiger @ Cookbook Create

Photo: Jen/Craft-O-Maniac Easy ways to capture, update and save recipes from all the great cooks in your family. As a cookbook author and local food magazine editor, I get lots of opportunities to write, review and test recipes from my community. But my favorite recipes to play around with are those from my grandmothers, Ruth and Dorothy. They were excellent cooks, in different ways: Ruth enjoyed baking and favored fancy dishes that were fit for company; Dorothy cooked simply using produce from her vast backyard garden. While both of them have passed away, I still feel them standing over my shoulder whenever I make one of the recipes they shared with me. If  you’re fortunate to have an assortment of recipes from cooks in your family, you may find yourself with a mismatched collection: scraps with jotted notes, index cards, clippings from magazines and promotional recipe books, vintage cookbooks—or all of the above. Gathering, updating and even rewriting these treasures is a great way to preserve and share your family’s food history. Here are some tips to get you started. 1) Capture unwritten or partial recipes in person. My grandmother Ruth didn’t measure flour for her pie crust; she used […]

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Into the Vietnamese Kitchen by Andrea Nguyen | PenguinRandomHouse.com

Into the Vietnamese Kitchen by Andrea Nguyen | PenguinRandomHouse.com


PenguinRandomhouse.com

An intimate collection of more than 175 of the finest Vietnamese recipes. When author Andrea Nguyen's family was airlifted out of Saigon in 1975, one of the few belongings that her mother hurriedly...

Best Books on Vietnamese Cooking | Healthy Recipes and Culinary Tips

Best Books on Vietnamese Cooking | Healthy Recipes and Culinary Tips


Happy Bellyfish

If you can’t have enough of Vietnamese food and want to explore it in depth, save this list of best books on the diverse cuisine.

11 Must-Have Kitchen Gadgets

by Paige Worthy @ Cookbook Create

Photo: Inspiralized/The Inspiralizer Quick! Grab one of these go-to kitchen gadgets and dig into our most popular recipes. Our forefathers made do in the kitchen with a few pans and an open flame. They also didn’t have avocado toast, cronuts, or paleo pancakes made from nothing but eggs and bananas. We live in the future now, which means we have a world of tools at our disposal. But how do you separate the clutter from the culinary clutch players? We did the research for you, that’s how. We culled through thousands of recipes on CookbookCreate.com to find our users’ absolute favorite recipes for each gadget. (You’re welcome.) So start clearing out the cabinets, and make room for these must-have kitchen gadgets. 1. Instant Pot If you’ve never heard of the Instant Pot, I’ll buy you one as a housewarming gift for the rock you’ve been living under. According to the Instant Pot website, it’s an all-in-one pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, sauté pan, steamer, yogurt maker and stockpot warmer — basically, it can do everything but land the space shuttle. Already have an Instant Pot? Check out our blog post full of mouth-watering Instant Pot recipes. 2. Air Fryer Apparently […]

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Making a Fundraising Cookbook in 5 Simple Steps

by Paige Worthy @ Cookbook Create

Create a high-quality cookbook that will raise thousands of dollars for your organization. Creating fundraising cookbooks used to be time and labor-intensive—I know from experience. I remember helping my mom collate and bind mimeographed cookbooks that she and a co-chair produced to raise money for my elementary school’s PTA. But it’s not like that anymore! Today, technology like Cookbook Create’s group collections feature and cookbook design software makes it remarkably easy to gather, edit and organize recipes and to create high-quality printed cookbooks for your fundraiser. And because cookbooks can commonly sell for more than it costs to produce them, they can be an amazing money maker. Whether you’re making a fundraising cookbook to support your church, a civic group, a school or PTA, an athletic team, a veteran’s association, or any other nonprofit organization, here are five steps to creating a cookbook that will help you blow your fundraising goal out of the water. 1. Choose Your Platform Pick an online tool with great database capabilities, so you can upload, edit, tag and sort your recipes. Bonus points if the platform also includes hundreds of community recipes you can incorporate into your own fundraising cookbook. Extra bonus points if the […]

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SHAKING BEEF WITH BLACK PEPPER

by bephaus @ Bếp Haus

SHAKING BEEF WITH BLACK PEPPER VAN TRAN & ANH VU / RECIPES Meat Cubed beef steak is a popular dish in Vietnam because it goes perfectly with a draught beer, which is why it often appears on the menu in Vietnam’s many watering holes….

The Pho Cookbook: Interview with Andrea Nguyen

The Pho Cookbook: Interview with Andrea Nguyen


Bay Area Bites

Stephanie Rosenbaum Klassen digs into the joys of pho with Andrea Nguyen, author of The Pho Cookbook.

10 Wedding Shower Theme Ideas for the Couple that Cooks

by Lauren H. @ Cookbook Create

Photo: Jen/Green Wedding Shoes via Megan Welker Celebrate the cooking-couple-to-be in your life with a shower that reflects their culinary personalities. From enchanting invitations to delicate desserts, the heart and soul of wedding showers begin with choosing a theme that captures a couple’s personality and creative taste. 1. Green Garden Wedding Shower The Theme: Dig up your favorite gardening gloves as you shower your happy couple with succulents, fresh herbs, and sprouting vegetables. Host your wedding  shower outdoors in a garden or greenhouse and surround your guests with crisp blooms. An idea we love: Place hand-decorated seed packets in wicker baskets for guests (they make for adorable invitations or favors). The Food: Crisp, fresh, and green is a theme that can be carried into the event’s menu, as well. Host a buffet salad bar, cucumber avocado toast, and fresh fruit drinks, like mango spinach smoothies, for guests to enjoy. The Cookbook Gift: Love is in bloom. Ask guests to bring along a favorite slow-food recipe, as well as a jar of their go-to herb or spice. These will surely fill their lazy Susan and cookbook with fresh ideas. 2. Afternoon Tea Shower The Theme: Add an air of old-fashioned English refinement […]

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Best Vietnamese Cookbook & Recipes - Buyer's Guide & Reviews - 2018

Best Vietnamese Cookbook & Recipes - Buyer's Guide & Reviews - 2018


FamilyNano

I was lucky to travel through Vietnam when I lived in Thailand. The landscape and architecture were breathtaking, the people were welcoming and friendly, and the food was incredible. Vietnamese food is less familiar to Western palettes, but it is a rich and varied cuisine we should all get more familiar with. In the tropical South, the cuisine is similar to that of Thailand, inspired by the abundant tropical fruits and flavours of the Mekong Delta. In the North, the food is influenced by its proximity to China with lots of stir-fry and noodle dishes. The French colonial history also

5 Unique Ways You Need to Eat Avocado

by Hannah Bertiger @ Cookbook Create

Photo: Jessica/Jessica in the Kitchen You’ve never had avocados like this before, and they are so good! What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of avocados? For some people, it’s probably guacamole, aka one of the best dips in the world. But the avocado is capable of so much more. I’ve grown up in different countries in the Caribbean and have eaten avocados in their purest form, and in the most transformative ways. After a recent anniversary trip to Tulum, Mexico, and experiencing avocado in many sweet and savory forms, I’m dying to share the wonders of the avocado! Here are five unique ways that you need to eat avocado now. 1) In your ice cream Yes, avo in your ice cream! I first tried this about three years ago. Let me say this: you will LOVE chocolate avocado ice cream! You don’t taste the avocado at all, but it adds a divine creaminess that keeps this ice cream healthier, while absolutely enhancing the chocolate flavor. No eggs or cream are used and you would never know. P.S. it doesn’t turn the ice cream a weird color – just beautiful chocolate ice cream! Try my Vegan […]

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An: To Eat Cookbook Review and Filet Mignon Shaken Beef - Tara's Multicultural Table

An: To Eat Cookbook Review and Filet Mignon Shaken Beef - Tara's Multicultural Table


Tara's Multicultural Table

An: To Eat- Recipes and Stories from a Vietnamese Family Kitchen, written by Helene and Jacqueline An, features a collection of 100 unique recipes with influences from Vietnamese, French, and California cuisine. Helene and Jacqueline also share their remarkable family history, from a high-ranking aristocratic family in Vietnam to life during the wars, becoming refugees, relocating in America, and building...Read More »

Real Vietnamese Cooking - Interview & Cookbook Giveaway – Eat, Little Bird

Real Vietnamese Cooking - Interview & Cookbook Giveaway – Eat, Little Bird


Eat, Little Bird

Interview with Tracey Lister and Andreas Pohl, authors of Real Vietnamese Cooking.

Secrets of AnQi made public in new cookbook

Secrets of AnQi made public in new cookbook


latimes.com

The force behind the gourmet bistro in South Coast Plaza has published a cookbook, with her daughter.

The Korean Table Cookbook Review and Tteok Sanjuk (Beef Skewers with Green Onions)

by Tara @ Tara's Multicultural Table

The Korean Table: From Barbecue to Bibimbap, written by Taekyung Chung and Debra Samuels, features 100 easy Korean-style recipes with American cooks in mind. Highlights include Baek Kimchi (White Kimchi), Saengsun Jorim (Fish Fillets with a Peppery Sweet Glaze), Hobak Jook (Sweet and Creamy Pumpkin Porridge), Sokalbi Gui (Barbecued Beef Ribs), Kong Jorim (Sweet and...

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Recipe: BUTTER BEEF – Bò Lăn Bơ

by Helen Le @ Danang Cuisine

Recipe: BUTTER BEEF - Bò Lăn BơBy Helen Le Published: December 11, 2017Prep: 20 minsCook: 10 minsReady In: 30 minsYield: 1 (1-2 Servings)Butter beef seems to be widely known among the overseas Vietnamese but is not a popular dish in Vietnam. However, it's a worth-trying appetizer with easy-to-find ingredients. Let give it a try!Bò lăn […]

VIETNAMESE WILD HONEY

by bephaus @ Products – Bếp Haus

DETAILS Single origin wildflower honey from the U Minh Forest. A blend of cajuput and eucalyptus wild flower honey harvested raw from U Minh’s primeval forest, the largest mangrove forest beyond the Amazon. An aromatic and gentle sweetness of the wildness, the immense vastness, the flora of the southernmost headland of Vietnam. COOK’S NOTES Honey […]

Delicious Vietnam #1 – My favourite Vietnamese cookbooks.

Delicious Vietnam #1 – My favourite Vietnamese cookbooks.


Anh's Food Blog

{Sword Lake – Hanoi}For my contribution to Delicious Vietnam – May edition, I have decided towrite about my favourite Viet cookbooks. For a cookbook addict like myself, surprisingly, I don’t …

SWEET AND SOUR RIBS WITH PINEAPPLE SAUCE

by bephaus @ Bếp Haus

SWEET AND SOUR RIBS WITH PINEAPPLE SAUCE VAN TRAN & ANH VU / RECIPES Meat Sweet and sour is a classic pairing in Vietnam and more widely in Asia. Use a good, heat-retaining pan so you can get your ribs succulent and sticky. The lemon and apple juice add a mild acidity, which helps the […]

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