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COTM February 2016: Announcement (Phoenix Claws and Jade Trees by Kian Lam Kho)

herby | Jan 17, 201605:48 PM     93

We are due for a taste of Asia and I am not the only one who thinks so - you have chosen to cook from Phoenix Claws and Jade Trees: Essential Techniques of Authentic Chinese Cooking by Kiam Lam Kho.
Kiam Lam Kho is an instructor, restaurant consultant, and the James Beard Award–nominated blogger behind redcook.net. He has taught at the Institute of Culinary Education and Brooklyn Kitchen. He lives in New York City.
There is a lot of praise for this book on Amazon.com and a long waiting list at my library. But I put this book on hold a couple of months ago and should be getting it in time to post reporting threads.
Please use this thread to discuss sources for ingredients, cooking techniques, online recipe, etc. The book has a substantial section on ingredients and techniques which is useful to review before the cooking month starts.

I am pleased to announce that we have new coordinator for the next six months and it is Allegra K! We are in for many great COTMs. Welcome Allegra K and thank you for volunteering!

I am not saying "good bye" yet as you will still see me here posting February reporting threads :)

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