So far I have enjoyed this book a lot. It’s not as accessible as her first book, but I find myself referencing this book more and more over other serious Thai cookbooks like Pok Pok. The author’s SheSimmers blog is also a great resource and has probably the best Pad Thai tutorial out there.
Bought it yesterday after looking at the preview of the hard copy and reading a bit her site, indeed a great blog. I will check out her first book as well. Thanks.
The Complete Guide to Edible Wild Plants
Peppers of the Americas
The Remarkable Capsicums That Forever Changed Flavor
by Maricel E. Presilla - $2.99
Recipes from the Japanese Home Kitchen
by Elizabeth Andoh - $2.99
How to Make and Serve Delicious Homemade Chorizo, Bratwurst, Sobrasada, and More
By Johan Åkerberg and Jesper Lindberg - $1.99
The Bread Baker’s Apprentice:
Chinese Street Food
Lol. the issue for me is not the $2.99 for the recipe of his country loaf, but the patience and time to get the dough going for weeks!
After some struggle, I bought it, even though I don’t know if the recipes will work fine here (US ingredients are not the same as in FR). But useful as cross reference with the material I have in here.