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Ching-He Huang is one of the brightest stars in modern Chinese cooking in the UK. Each week in her new BBC2 series she re-invents the nation's favourite Chinese dishes, modernising them with fresh, easy to buy ingredients, and offering simple practical tips and techniques. These are brought together in this beautiful book to accompany the series. Drawing on the experiences of top chefs, her family and friends, growers and producers and celebrity enthusiasts Ching sets out to discover the best Chinese cooking in the UK today, introducing easy-to-make Chinese food to sometimes resistant Brits, and painting a picture of modern Anglo-Chinese life in the UK as she goes. Chinese Food Made Easy begins with some of the most familiar dishes from a Chinese takeaway menu - Sweet & Sour Prawns, Chicken with Cashew Nuts, Chop Suey and Cantonese Vegetable Stir Fry, each with Ching's special and imaginative twist. Later we explore spicy Szechuan food: Noodles, Dumplings and Dim sum; Seafood; Fast Food; Desserts and finally Celebratory Food, where Ching presents a complete banquet of dishes to celebrate the Chinese New Year.Ching's knowledge, charm and enthusiasm shine through as she shares the 'basic principles' of Chinese cooking including some of the simple techniques and tips taught by her Grandparents for tasty results. Using ingredients from high-street supermarkets and some imaginative suggestions for alternative ingredients, these classic Chinese dishes are updated, fresh and healthily prepared so that anyone can make and enjoy them.
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#1
Hot !
http://www.visiblechinese.com/images/uploads/ching.jpg
Book looks ok 2 ;)
#2
i think she's well fit too........................
#3
yummy!
#4
Thanx, was waiting for the price to go down :D
#5
Now she doesn't look like she has years of expereince...

Stacks a nice pair mind. :evil:
#6
Here is even easier: http://chinesetakeaways.com/

:):):)
#7
wraithchild;3888911
Here is even easier: http://chinesetakeaways.com/

:):):)


Bet the delivery driver doesn't look like Huang though :)
#8
wraithchild;3888911
Here is even easier: http://chinesetakeaways.com/

:):):)


food will be **** and full of msg
#9
Excellent price...even cheaper than The Book People! :w00t:

..and considering the sale is 'up to 75% off', its nice to see a book with 80% off
#10
You can get it in store for £4.50 - not that thick, but a very nice book, ideal as a gift, lots of yummy sounding recipes.
#11
ame;3889471
You can get it in store for £4.50 - not that thick, but a very nice book, ideal as a gift, lots of yummy sounding recipes.

It's definitely £4.00 in store as well as online. :thumbsup:
#12
I can't stand this woman. She's not Chinese and doesn't demonstrate proper chinese cooking! She was born in Taiwan and brought up in South Africa. She uses a hell of a lot of chilli flakes when chinese people don't use it in their cooking. Rant rant rant. (Sorry!)
#13
ploddy77;3890231
I can't stand this woman. She's not Chinese and doesn't demonstrate proper chinese cooking! She was born in Taiwan and brought up in South Africa. She uses a hell of a lot of chilli flakes when chinese people don't use it in their cooking. Rant rant rant. (Sorry!)

I think you will find that Ching is Chinese, born to Chinese parents but her birthplace being Taiwan.
You will also find that Ching only spent a few years in South Africa and was actually brought up in London.
You will also find that chilli is used extensively in Hunan and Sichuan food which is authentic Chinese food, not the rubbish that you are ranting about. :oops:
#14
Taiwanese people are basically seen as Chinese people anyway.

/me gets ready for debate.
#15
warmapplepie
I think you will find that Ching is Chinese, born to Chinese parents but her birthplace being Taiwan.
You will also find that Ching only spent a few years in South Africa and was actually brought up in London.
You will also find that chilli is used extensively in Hunan and Sichuan food which is authentic Chinese food, not the rubbish that you are ranting about. :oops:


..................:roll: but she is so sweet..................:roll:
#16
Great Price
#17
I'd rather eat my own hand.
suspended#18
She is defo voted hot hot hot!
#19
montanafish
i think she's well fit too........................


You have to catch her in the right light at the right angle though! :-D

Most of her pictures are not so complimentary and her most recent appearances certainly show that she's not aged that well.
#20
warmapplepie
I think you will find that Ching is Chinese, born to Chinese parents but her birthplace being Taiwan.
You will also find that Ching only spent a few years in South Africa and was actually brought up in London.
You will also find that chilli is used extensively in Hunan and Sichuan food which is authentic Chinese food, not the rubbish that you are ranting about. :oops:


Huang's cooking is very good. The main problem is that the majority of 'simple' Chinese cooking (main dishes) use the following ingredients:
- salt/pepper
- ginger/garlic
- soy sauce
- sugar
- shao xing rice wine
- optionally chilli flakes

and emphasis on the sweet/bitter taste.

(I guess in much the same way that western cooking use just salt/pepper in most dishes).

However, her recipes are a bit samey in many cases and don't fully show the best techniques that make the dishes different when cooked.

Her soy sauce duck recipe is very good though! :thumbsup:
#21
amackie
I'd rather eat my own hand.


Does that come with chilli sauce? If so I'll have one with boiled rice please. Do you deliver to Bolton, I'm a bit peckish!
#22
My daughter got this book in sainsburys last week for £10.99:oops:
#23
Usha Rocks
It's definitely £4.00 in store as well as online. :thumbsup:


No - it's definitely £4.49 instore. I just bought it!

Get it online and save looks like. Seems quite a good book tho :thumbsup:
#24
pugw$sh
Does that come with chilli sauce? If so I'll have one with boiled rice please. Do you deliver to Bolton, I'm a bit peckish!


No i would rather eat my own hand, not feed it to someone else! As if i would share. PS she can't cook and is not fit at all. Take my word!

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