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[BOOKS] ⚣ A Tiger in the Kitchen By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan – Tushna-hram.ru Starting with charred fried rice and ending with flaky pineapple tarts Cheryl Lu Lien Tan takes us along on a personal journey that most can only fantasize about an exploration of family history and cBOOKS A Tiger in the Kitchen By Cheryl Lu Lien Tan Tushna hramru Starting with charred fried rice and ending with flaky pineapple tarts Cheryl Lu Lien Tan takes us along on a personal journey that most can only fantasize about an exploration of family history and c in the Kindle Starting with charred fried rice and ending with flaky pineapple tarts Cheryl Lu Lien Tan takes us along on a personal journey that most can only fantasize about an exploration of family history and culture through a mastery of home cooked dishes Tan's delectable education through the landscape of

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Ory that had kept them hidden before In her uest to recreate the dishes of her native Singapore by cooking with her family Tan learned not only cherished recipes but long buried stories of Tiger in the MOBI past generations A Tiger in the Kitchen which includes ten authentic recipes for Singaporean classics such as pineapple tarts and Teochew braised duck is the charming beautifully written story of a Chinese Singaporean ex pat who learns to infuse her New York lifestyle with the rich lessons of the Singaporean kitchen ultimately reconnecting with her family and herself

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A Tiger in the KitchenSingaporean cuisine teaches us that food is the tie that binds Jennifer Lee author of The Fortune Cookie Chronicles After growing up in the most food obsessed city in the world Cheryl Lu Lien Tan left home and family at eighteen A Tiger ePUB for America proof of the rebelliousness of daughters born in the Year of the Tiger But as a thirtysomething fashion writer in New York she felt the Singaporean dishes that defined her childhood beginning to call her back Was it too late to learn the secrets of her grandmothers' and aunties' kitchens as well as the tumultuous family hist

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  • Orinoco Womble (tidy bag and all)

    A Tiger in the Kitchen mobi Û Paperback Ï cheryl lu-lien tan A Tiger in the KitchenI love to cook and I love Asian food I was also born in a Year of the Tiger so this sounded like it would be just my dropHowever I guess my age is showing because I found myself being annoyed by the author than anything else She not only name drops she status drops Constantly Not only does she make sure we know that her cooking friends are top chefs in the most expensive restaurants of whatever country they happen to live in; all the restaurants she describes herself visiting are in her words toney hard to even get a reservation in but she manages because yeah she and the chef are best buds and even places her grandmother wouldn't dream of visiting She can't just mention that her aunt runs a girls' school No no no Her aunt runs the most prestigious girls' academy in S


  • Sharlene

    A Tiger in the Kitchen mobi Û Paperback Ï cheryl lu-lien tan A Tiger in the KitchenA bowl of porridge – a hallmark of traditional Teochew cuisine – appeared The water was just slightly milky the grains of rice soft yet still separate and not so soft that they were mushed together as they often can be in lesser versions The porridge was simple and clean – a lovely canvas for the subtle dishes that would follow A giant steamed fish came prepared with silvers of ginger and swimming in a slightly sweet broth with tinges of the tomatoes and sour plums that had been steeped in it A crunchy beggar’s purse erupted in an avalanche of diced chicken when sliced open Perfectly fried prawn balls were crunchy outside and hot and juicy inside Goose legs and wings were braised in sweet soy sauce to such softness that the meat was like cotton puffs on our tonguesBeing part Teochew myself I salivated over the many Teochew and Singaporean dishes t


  • Jennifer

    A Tiger in the Kitchen mobi Û Paperback Ï cheryl lu-lien tan A Tiger in the KitchenI liked this book but did not love it My review echoes others here where oh where was her editor? This book needed a GOOD editor so badly There is so much that is good in this bookher sense of humor candid comments her interest in cooking and in her case this involves reconnecting with her Singaporean family and learning about her own ancestry along with cooking some really challenging dishes Tan's exploration of foo


  • Anna

    A Tiger in the Kitchen mobi Û Paperback Ï cheryl lu-lien tan A Tiger in the KitchenIn theory I should be the biggest fan of this book It hits all the topics that I enjoy food immigrant life reconnecting to family history When Cheryl Lu lien Tang wrote about being an overachieving student in Singapore who then had to move to the US to study and missing certain foods it reminded me of my own experience since I had to go through a similar situationThat being said I don't think this book was ready for prime time As other reviewers have noted the chapters are somewhat diso


  • Cindy

    A Tiger in the Kitchen mobi Û Paperback Ï cheryl lu-lien tan A Tiger in the KitchenI have almost nothing in common with the Singapore writer of this book I married young started my family early and both my husband and I have Southern roots But like her food is a big part of my family tradition Reading her journey to discovery her culinary heritage reminded me of the big family traditions we had back in Texas and the meals I enjoyed at my grandparents homes It also made me a little hungry but not super hungry because I'm not uite sure I wanted to sample all these recipes But it was a great funny enlightening read What dedication her family had What love put into food Thanks to the LT Early Reviewers program for the chance to read this book


  • Jill

    A Tiger in the Kitchen mobi Û Paperback Ï cheryl lu-lien tan A Tiger in the KitchenI came across this randomly while browsing the food literature section of the library and was intrigued by the prospect of a memoir of Singaporean food and family What I liked about this book it is about food And I could connect with the context ed


  • Denise

    A Tiger in the Kitchen mobi Û Paperback Ï cheryl lu-lien tan A Tiger in the KitchenThis is an inspiring funny and hunger inducing memoir about a young woman who goes back to her Singaporean roots and begs her Aunties to teach her to cook Cheryl Lu Lien Tan a feisty intell


  • Susan

    A Tiger in the Kitchen mobi Û Paperback Ï cheryl lu-lien tan A Tiger in the KitchenTan's humorous and hunger evoking memoir chronicled the year she left her Brooklyn apartment for her family back in Singapore Tan moved to the US for university at 18 and while she'd been back for visits over the years she'd never spend any time in the kitchen with her grandmothers aunts or mother Once she's back in Singapore she learns about her late paternal grandmother's hard li


  • Camy

    A Tiger in the Kitchen mobi Û Paperback Ï cheryl lu-lien tan A Tiger in the KitchenI wonder if we are relatedI have Tan family in Singapore I can relate so well to everything that Cheryl wrote in this book I too left family to go abroad to study and have missed the wonderful food from back home I found her book easy to ready could relate to every word and could savour and smell all the food she was describing This was the first book I bought online for my KOBO and was worth it I hope to attempt some of the recipes that she included in the book More than anything else the book was about family ties about searching for one's roots and sense of belonging The language was so south east asian lah The sights and sounds so familiar homesickness sets in with each page turned Good job Cheryl you have touched my heartstrings


  • Cat Chiappa

    A Tiger in the Kitchen mobi Û Paperback Ï cheryl lu-lien tan A Tiger in the KitchenThis book made me hungry I really enjoy food memoirs and this was a good one I did find myself getting a little lost for a bit somewhere in the middle as there was a point where there were descriptions of food prep and less story but then it picked up again I was drawn to this book as I will be visiting Singapore for the first time this fall and I definitely took note of some places to go eat If you like food memoirs then you should pick this one up