Cecilia Chang’s “The Seventh Daughter”

“Wonderful! Food is so often distanced from the study of history and civilizations. The Seventh Daughter ($14.00) truly offers a remarkable blending. It provides not only recipes from a great chef (thank goodness we gained Chinese dishes beyond the too-often blandness of Cantonese) but real context. Great stories go with great dining. Chinese cuisine is world-class while Cecilia Chiang’s stories offer an enlightening take on the human condition. I also very much appreciate Lisa Weiss’s tips that help make preparing Cecilia’s dishes practical in a home kitchen. I hope we see more cookbooks like this one.” – Reviewer from Amazon.com

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