Description or summary of the book: Anglican clergyman, Canon Terry Wong's mother was a well-loved Malaysian and Singa- porean street food chef.This cookbook is the successful result of his painstaking efforts to recreate his mother's classic recipes from her scant notes and his palate memories.These are the everyday home-cooked dishes of Singapore and Malaysia common in the past - food for family meals and festive feasts from Hokkien, Hakka, Cantonese to Malay and Indian cuisines.These are the food that are at risk of being lost.The classics include Hakka Yong Taufu, Mee Rebus, Prawn Mee, Ginger Chicken,Yam Cake and Pan Mee (Pinched Noodles).Wok- cooked Char Siew, Coffee Pork Ribs and Bean Paste Chilli Crab are some of the innovative dishes included.The author also teaches the essential tech- niques required to replicate these dishes.As Leslie Tay, Singapore's top food blogger (www.ieatishootipost) says: 'Terry Wong has decoded the complexity and nuanaces of Sin- gapore and Malaysian home cooking for the next generation.'Just as Terry's mother cooked her way into the hearts of many and won many friends along the way, he also uses his God-given talent generously, joyfully and humbly to cook for others and to encourage and inspire home cooks by making cooking easy and fun.
Estimated reading time (average reader): 13H5M4S
Other categories, genre or collection: General Cookery
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