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Cooking the Cambodian Way by Narin Seng Jameson and Vitharin Chan

The Intertwined Story of Cooking and Culture in Cambodia.

So much more than a cookbook, Narin Seng Jameson takes the reader on a culinary journey back to the 1950's and 60's in Cambodia, and shares her passion for the traditional Cambodian dishes she savored as a child in Phnom Penh. It is a cultural treasure chest--one part cookbook, one part travelogue. Her recipes will send you straight to the kitchen!

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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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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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A Taste of Cambodian Cuisine by Demaz Baker

Demaz Tep Baker was born in Cambodia and came to the United States in 1976, basing herself in the Washington, D.C. area. After a few years in private industry, she joined the federal government. At the same time, she went back to school at nights and obtained her bachelor's and master's degrees. Demaz retired from the government in 2004 but was soon re-hired by another agency where she has been working until the present day.

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The Food & Cooking of Cambodia by Ghillie Basan

Over 60 authentic classic recipes from an undiscovered cuisine, shown step-by-step. Ancient Cambodia was a kingdom with an Indian culture, which then expanded into Burma and Vietnam, later becoming a territory claimed by both Vietnam and Siam. As a result, the Cambodian cuisine has Indian roots, with strong influences from both China and Vietnam.

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The cuisine of Cambodia by Nusara Thaitawat

A unique cookbook which combines culture and history in its presentation of these traditional Cambodian recipes. The dishes range from fish, rice and noodles to fruit preserves and desserts, and come from the kitchens of roadside vendors and the Royal Household itself.

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Cambodia: A Cambodian Cookbook with Delicious Cambodian Recipes by BookSumo Press

Get your copy of the best and most unique Cambodian recipes from BookSumo Press!

Come take a journey with us into the delights of easy cooking. The point of this cookbook and all our cookbooks is to exemplify the effortless nature of cooking simply.

In this book we focus on Cambodian cuisine. Cambodia is a complete set of simple but very unique Cambodian recipes. You will find that even though the recipes are simple, the tastes are quite amazing.

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