Cookbook

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The Cooking of Cambodia by Martha Stephenson

Cambodian is a land known for its robust flavors and inventive meals that can be made by anybody, regardless of cooking ability. All you need is a willingness to learn and a craving for an exotic cuisine.

If you have always wanted to make an exotic cuisine, then look no further!

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Southeast Asian Food by Rosemary Brissenden

Classic and Modern Dishes from Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia...

The diversity of cooking styles and the delicious range of fresh ingredients are just two of the reasons for the allure of Southeast Asian cooking. With a selection of recipes showing the varieties and unique properties of each cuisine, from tangy Thai salads, satisfying Vietnamese soups, aromatic Indonesian curries and exquisite Malaysian sambals, Southeast Asian Food is the authoritative book on the subject.

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The Elephant Walk Cookbook by Longteine de Monteiro and Katherine Neustadt

The Exciting World of Cambodian Cuisine from the Nationally Acclaimed Restaurant. Written by the chef-owner of Boston's renowned The Elephant Walk, which has been praised for its unique cuisine by such publications as Esquire, the New York Times, USA Today, and Travel & Leisure, The Elephant Walk Cookbook is a fascinating introduction to the lively and sophisticated flavors of Cambodia.

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Ambarella: Cambodian Cuisine by Sorey Long and Kanika Linden

Ambarella was born out of love: the love of food, of sharing, and of spending time together as mother and daughter.
In our family, food has the power to express emotions we sometimes find hard to communicate. The book started as a conversation about family recipes. Scents and flavours triggered memories and long forgotten emotions which came tumbling back from the past.

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A Cambodian Cookbook by Joanna S. Duong

Selected popular dishes from the Kitchen of Angkor Wat Restaurant San Francisco 1983 - 2000.

The effort to share an adventure in cooking Asian food is sometimes challenging, but one always can depict the exotic sights, the smells of spices and herbs, and the flavors that can move a person from one place to another.

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Cambodian cooking by Sovan Boun Thuy

Sovan Boun Thuy has always loved feeding people.
Cooking is a self-taught talent that Thuy, 66, has perfected at the three restaurants she started after arriving in Long Beach, Calif., from Thailand in 1975 with little money and five children. Thuy's youngest child, Laura Chum, 30, and Chum's husband, Edison Beltran, now help her run the Restaurant Row location, while her second son manages her first restaurant in San Jose. All of Thuy's now-six children have worked at her eateries.

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