By Luke Nguyen
From China to Vietnam is an evocative culinary event that explores Asia’s most famed river. beginning in south-west China and touring via Myanmar, northern Thailand, Laos and Cambodia, sooner than meandering all the way down to the sizeable Mekong Delta in Vietnam, Luke Nguyen immerses himself within the cultures and groups who depend on this life-giving river. alongside the way in which he discovers the neighborhood cuisines and learns the heart-warming tales from the folk he meets.
Filled with wonderful images and actual recipes from every one area, From China to Vietnam captures the real essence of this brilliant river: its humans, foodstuff, tradition and wonder.
Luke Nguyen is the landlord of Sydney’s recognized crimson Lantern eating places. He has written 4 prior cookbooks and is the presenter of numerous SBS cooking indicates, together with Luke Nguyen’s better Mekong, the significant other to this ebook. Luke at present splits his time among Sydney and Vietna
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From China to Vietnam: A food journey along the Mekong River by Luke Nguyen