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The Adventures of Fat Rice Recipes from the Chicago Restaurant Inspired by Macau With recipes this is the first book to explore the vibrant food culture of Macau an east meets west melting pot of Chinese Portuguese Malaysian and Indian foodways as seen through the lens of

  • Title: The Adventures of Fat Rice: Recipes from the Chicago Restaurant Inspired by Macau
  • Author: Abraham Conlon Adrienne Lo Hugh Amano
  • ISBN: 9781607748960
  • Page: 324
  • Format: ebook
  • The Adventures of Fat Rice: Recipes from the Chicago Restaurant Inspired by Macau By Abraham Conlon Adrienne Lo Hugh Amano, With 100 recipes, this is the first book to explore the vibrant food culture of Macau an east meets west melting pot of Chinese, Portuguese, Malaysian, and Indian foodways as seen through the lens of the cult favorite Chicago restaurant, Fat Rice Located just an hour away from Hong Kong on the banks of the Pearl River in China, Macau is one of the wealthiest cities in tWith 100 recipes, this is the first book to explore the vibrant food culture of Macau an east meets west melting pot of Chinese, Portuguese, Malaysian, and Indian foodways as seen through the lens of the cult favorite Chicago restaurant, Fat Rice Located just an hour away from Hong Kong on the banks of the Pearl River in China, Macau is one of the wealthiest cities in the world the so called Las Vegas of the East, and the only place in China where gambling is legal However, Macau s modern day glitz belies its rich, centuries old history as one of the greatest trading ports in the world Ruled by Portugal from the 1600s until 1999, Macau was a crossroads along the spice route, and a place where travelers from Europe, Southeast Asia, South Asia, and mainland China traded resources, culture, and food making Macanese cuisine one of the most eclectic and deliciously unique food traditions in the world Abraham Conlon and Adrienne Lo are the chefs and owners of the wildly popular and critically lauded Chicago restaurant Fat Rice, where they serve their own unique take on the food of Macau The Adventures of Fat Rice is a fun and whimsical tear through modern day Macau and the minds of two wildly creative chefs Dishes like Hong Kong French Toast Macau s version of dim sum , Po Kok Gai a Portuguese chicken curry , and the titular Arroz Gordo if Spanish paella and Chinese fried rice had a baby are enticingly exotic yet accessible and even playful Featuring a mish mash of classic and interpretative dishes, plus comic book style illustrations and edgy location photography, The Adventures of Fat Rice will be the first book to bring the eclectic, richly satisfying, and previously unheralded food of Macau to the mainstream.From the Hardcover edition.
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    1. I received this book as an advance reader copy from NetGalley in exhange for an honest review.This is my third restaurant cookbook in under thirty days One of these did promotion of the restaurant itself than education in the style of cuisine, which I found very frustrating Since I know nothing about the cuisine of Macau, and very little about Macau itself, I had hoped that this one would provide an education as well as interesting recipes to prepare in my kitchen.The book instantly endeared it [...]

    2. I m equally intrigued and terrified by this beautiful, kitschy cookbook complete with cartoon illustrations This Macanese inspired Chicago based restaurant combines East and West Macanese Portuguese cooking into a multitude of recipes lots of which will probably burn my poor tongue with spice This book is definitely a culinary adventure.

    3. Interesting concept for a cook book, definitely original with the drawings and I liked the write up of the Macanese history I was slightly disturbed at some of the photographic imagery I may be sensitive but it caught me off guard , I guess I am not used to seeing images of birds being cooked with their heads still on that is not my experience with my own culture , in particular I found the image of the plucked dead bird with its head and face intact, in the snow, to be upsetting and while I do [...]

    4. Loved the pickles and other condiments Most recipes were pretty meat heavy for me and way too involved for a single person to make for just themselves.Loved the historical and cultural reference Hated how small the type face was.

    5. Great stories, great art, great recipes to read even if you don t think you will want to make anything that elaborate Love

    6. A proud owner of this newly released and captivating book Abraham Conlon and Adrienne Lo, authors of The Adventures of Fat Rice, created a cookbook that looks like no other With it in hand, I began to uncovered the roots and explore the vibrant food culture of Macau an East Meets West melting pot of Chinese, Portuguese, Malaysian, and Indian foodways as seen through the lens of the cult favorite Chicago restaurant, Fat Rice.If you ve spent much time eating in Chicago since 2011, you ve likely br [...]

    7. I love international foods but know little about Macau So, I was excited when I was able to receive an electronic version of this cookbook through NetGalley The book is by the owners of a Macanese restaurant in Chicago that I had not known when I lived there The book provides some history of the restaurant and information about the cuisine of Macau It also includes recipes for ingredients in the main dishes that are included.The style of the book is colorful and fun There are some step by step c [...]

    8. Macanese Cooking as interpreted by Fat Rice restaurantIntroduction Interesting stories about both the restaurant s history and the history and culture of the food.Photos Stunning photos of recipes and of Macau Fantastic comic style illustrations of how to shape fold cook certain recipes.Equipment Thorough section discussing the equipment used.Techniques Good selection of basic cooking techniques commonly used with these recipes Including a great little chart on vegetable cooking styles that I ll [...]

    9. This book is very good, first of all it does explain some of the influences that made this book what it is a very different cookbook I like the introductions How to cook Vegetables and the photos of how things are cut The book is divided into sections from Pickles preserves, dumplings, rice, noodles ,vegetables, fish seafood, poultry, meat and sweets The photos are great, as are the diagrams, and comic book type demonstrations, it is a real fun book The recipes are pretty easy to follow and a lo [...]

    10. The Adventures of Fat Rice Recipes from the Chicago Restaurant Inspired by Macau by Adrienne Lo, Abraham Conlon, and Hugh Amano, et al is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in early October, not even three days before going on a road trip to Chicago.So, now, I need to adjust some pre existing dinner plans to make time for a visit to Fat Rice, only on the condition that my boyfriend not enter the restaurant, saying That s Macau And that s m horse, that s m duck, that s m cat, that s m chickens AN [...]

    11. I picked this one up off the display shelf at the library, because I thought it was some sort of new manga Turns out it s a cookbook The bits about how they came about as a restaurant and some of the cooking techniques were pretty cool The artwork was interesting I would have liked captions with some of the pictures This style is not my way of cooking, so I couldn t say how good or bad the recipes are.

    12. I have a rule that I can t review a cookbook without making at least one of the recipes, but I didn t make any of the ones in this book, so technically I m breaking it right now I bookmarked the shrimp and okra curry, but to tell the truth I really just wanted to read Sarah Becan s comics, look at the pictures, and read some of the background on Macau My desire to actually make fat noodles is not really that great, to be honest But I d definitely visit Fat Rice if I lived in Chicago

    13. Definitely in the category of food porn.So excited as i loved the food in Macau.This book makes you feel that that the reciepies are possibleI am mostly excited to have a recipe for some of my favorites turnip cake and pig s ear salad mmm

    14. Boy what a great book Amazing pictures, clear recipe instructions, comics, posters, history, creativity Amazing for fans of food and if the restaurant Now gotta try to track down all those weird ingredients.

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