Ching s Fast Food 110 Quick and Healthy Chinese Favourites

Ching   s Fast Food  110 Quick and Healthy Chinese Favourites

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Author: Ching-He Huang

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 9780007426287

Category: Cooking

Page: 240

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With her trademark passion, TV star chef Ching-He Huang brings an exciting dimension to Chinese cooking. Confidently fusing Chinese and Western cultures in over 100 quick and easy dishes bursting with flavour, Ching's fresh and healthy take on the Chinese takeaway, without compromising on taste, has revolutionised Chinese cuisine.
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Ching s Everyday Easy Chinese

Ching s Everyday Easy Chinese

More Than 100 Quick and Healthy Chinese Recipes Ching-He Huang. Copyright. First published in 2011 by HarperCollins UK as Ching's Fast Food. CHING'S EVERYDAY EASY CHINESE. Copyright © 2011 by TZU London Ltd. All rights reserved under ...

Author: Ching-He Huang

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 9780062101150

Category: Cooking

Page: 240

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Enjoy fresh, simple, delicious, and satisfying Chinese food—including many takeout classics—without ever leaving home! With her trademark passion and deep appreciation for Chinese cooking, Cooking Channel star Ching-He Huang brings her charm and expertise to an eager audience with this outstanding cookbook. Ching fuses Chinese and Western cultures to create one hundred quick dishes full of natural ingredients and bursting with flavor. Ching’s Everyday Easy Chinese makes it simple for home cooks to prepare their favorite Chinese dishes faster, cheaper, and more healthfully than their local restaurant. Enjoy a diverse selection of favorite recipes for every occasion and taste, including: Traditional Hot and Sour Soup Five-Spice Salted Shrimp with Hot Cilantro Sauce Crispy Sweet Chili Beef Pancakes Kung Po Chicken Black Pepper Beef and Rainbow Vegetable Stir-Fry Singapore Noodles Egg and Asparagus Fried Rice Interspersed with entertaining personal stories and suggestions for exciting variations on classic recipes, Ching’s Everyday Easy Chinese takes readers on a culinary journey that delightfully blends ancient and modern, yin and yang, experimentation and intuition—and ends with perfectly balanced and tantalizing fare that will inspire even the most stalwart takeout devotees.
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Wok On

Wok On

Ching has written eight bestselling cookbooks: Stir Crazy, Eat Clean: Wok Yourself to Health, Exploring China, Ching's Fast Food, Everyday Easy Chinese, Ching's Chinese Food in Minutes, Chinese Food Made Easy and China Modern.

Author: Ching-He Huang

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780857838292

Category: Cooking

Page: 208

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Winner for the UK in the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2020 in the Easy Recipes category. 'As always, Ching's recipes are not only deliciously healthy but easy enough for anyone to have a go at and enjoy.' - Tom Kerridge Perfect for sautéing, braising, frying and steaming, cooking with a wok is a way of life all over Asia. In Wok On, bestselling author Ching-He Huang celebrates the huge versatility of this magical 2,000-year-old cooking pot with a modern collection of recipes that are simple enough for every day as well as every cook. Featuring dishes from across Asia, including Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Macau, almost every recipe can be made in 30 minutes or less and has been created with nutrition, taste and affordability in mind. Many are suitable for those with gluten and dairy allergies, and because Asian food typically includes lots of vegetables, many are also vegetarian or vegan too.
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Stir Crazy

Stir Crazy

Ching has written seven bestselling cookbooks: Eat Clean: Wok Yourself to Health, Exploring China, Ching's Fast Food, Everyday Easy Chinese, Ching's Chinese Food in Minutes, Chinese Food Made Easy and China Modern.

Author: Ching-He Huang

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780857835000

Category: Cooking

Page: 208

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Winner - Gourmand World Cookbook Awards: Best UK Chinese Cookbook 2017 Stir-frying is one of the quickest and easiest ways to cook - and one of the healthiest, using little oil and retaining more nutrients than many other methods. It also requires very little equipment - all you need a wok, a knife and a chopping board. Learning what separates a good stir-fry from a great one, however, is not always so easy to master. Indeed, it is all about timing, knowing when to add what and how to get the best out of each ingredient. With tips on everything from controlling the heat to using the right oil, bestselling author Ching-He Huang has gathered together a collection of delicious dishes, simple enough for every day and with nutrition, taste and affordability in mind. Many are gluten and dairy free, as well as suitable for vegans and vegetarians, and include both Asian and Western ingredients readily available in any supermarket. So whether or not you eat meat, love carbs or prefer to avoid them, want something special or find yourself having to feed your family, Stir Crazy will do the trick.
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Practicing the Tao Te Ching

Practicing the Tao Te Ching

A diet of fast food has no chi in it and no nutrition for living well. In Taoist texts, there are many instructions to “avoid the grains,” which points to a lowcarb diet. Even if you are not allergic to wheat gluten, it is still a good ...

Author: Solala Towler

Publisher: Sounds True

ISBN: 9781622036356

Category: Philosophy

Page: 320

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Most people think of the Tao Te Ching as a book on philosophy or a treatise on leadership. Yet there is a little-known treasure hidden within the familiar passages of Lao Tzu’s work: step-by-step practical guidance for the spiritual journey. With Practicing the Tao Te Ching, renowned teacher Solala Towler reveals a new facet to this spiritual classic, offering accessible practice instructions paired with each of the 81 verses of the Tao Te Ching. “Tao is a way of deep reflection and learning from nature, considered the highest teacher,” writes Towler. “It shows us how to follow the energy flows within the heavens, the earth, and our own bodies.” With lucid instruction and deep insight, he guides you through meditations, movement and breathing practices, subtle energy exercises, and inner reflections—all to help you to embody Taoist wisdom in every aspect of your life.
Categories: Philosophy

Exploring China A Culinary Adventure

Exploring China  A Culinary Adventure

100 recipes from our journey Ching-He Huang, Ken Hom ... Ching's Chinese Food in Minutes and Easy Chinese in the US, which have been seen around the world. ... Chino Modem, Chinese Food in Minutes and Ching's FastFood. f1,) .

Author: Ching-He Huang

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781446417980

Category: Cooking

Page: 272

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Exploring China: A Culinary Adventure is the delightful companion book to the BBC TV Show featuring their culinary adventure across China Two of the most highly respected authorities on Chinese and Oriental cooking today, Ken Hom and Ching-He Huang, come together in this exciting cookbook and is the result of their journey through China on a culinary and cultural odyssey to find the old, the new and the unexpected as shown in the BBC TV show. They tell the story of China, both old and new, through food. Each recipe in the book features a back story from Ken and Ching so you can learn the secret stories behind all your old favourite recipes and be inspired to find new ones. They cook with local families, en route to discover the influence of Buddhism on vegetarian food and whether the Chinese did actually invent tortellini in remote Kashgar before travelling to Sichuan Province, China's gastronomic capital. Ken is the old-hand who brought the wok to the West and Ching-He is the energetic newcomer. Together they uncover the secrets of Old China and the techniques of the new, fusing them together to create a unique and authoritative perspective on Chinese food that will surprise and inform.
Categories: Cooking

Chingland

Chingland

He had launched a chain of Chinese fastfood restaurants which, in addition to selling good food at prices that hurt his American competitors, fronted his acquisition of a property empire of epic proportions.

Author: Gary Daly

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 9781447875932

Category: Fiction

Page:

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The first in the Detective Lin series of novels set in China. The authorities hate it when foreigners are murdered in China. It doesn’t look good. From the moment Police Inspector Lin of the Guangzhou Serious Crimes Unit is landed with solving the murder of an American teacher, the heat is on. As evidence mysteriously disappears Lin realises that someone powerful is pulling the strings to ensure he will never solve the case. When a second foreign teacher is killed and Lin’s number two is arrested, the pressure on a totally isolated Lin rises to boiling point. When an attempt is made to kill him and he discovers that a multi-billion government contract is at stake, Lin knows that solving the case is not his greatest challenge, surviving it is. Lin must use all his ingenuity and the limited resources at his disposal to put together a new plan and a new team to overcome the powerful forces arranged against him.
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The Street Corner Ching The Ancient Chinese Oracle in Plain English

The Street Corner Ching  The Ancient Chinese Oracle in Plain English

Food. and. Good. Company. The Statement Everybody who is healthy likes to nosh and talk a bit. ... 2 The Emerald City is run by a fast talking sham, not a wonderful Wizard of Oz. The grass is not greener on the far side of the hill.

Author: Randy Handley

Publisher: Pen and Publish Inc

ISBN: 9780984225828

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 156

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"The Street Corner Ching" presents the ancient Chinese source of wisdom, the "I Ching," in terms a modern westerner can easily understand. Now, with just three coins, paper and pen, and this book, you can draw on this fascinating and uncannily insightful divination tool to examine life, the universe and... pretty much everything! Author Randy Handley, a professional musician and songwriter, is also a long-time student of eastern spirituality. He worked with the "I Ching" for more than thirty years when he realized that he had translated and re-interpreted much of its wisdom and most of its essential fortune-telling aspects into "plain English." With the blessing of the ancient oracle, Handley shares his Street Corner Ching with you.
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

Cha Ching

Cha Ching

She imagined the winner somewhere working as a fast-food employee, covered in fry grease, oblivious to the fact that they were a millionaire. “Maybe they lost it,” Randy said, setting down his deco- rations on a milk crate.

Author: Ali Liebegott

Publisher: City Lights Books

ISBN: 9780872866041

Category: Fiction

Page: 248

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Theo, our scruffy, big-hearted, and quick-witted heroine, is not so much down on her luck as delivered luckless into a culture where the winners and losers have already been decided. Her adventures in getting over take her from San Francisco to New York City, from dyke bars to telemarketing outfits, casinos to free clinics. With the signature poet's voice that has won her awards and acclaim, Ali Liebegott investigates the conjoined hearts of hope and addiction in an unforgettable story of what it means to be young and broke in America. "…frank, funny and painfully realistic…Liebegott has unleashed a book that’s part road novel, part portrait of a would-be artist as a young woman and part unabashed romance."—Josh Davis, The Rumpus "Cha-Ching!, [Liebegott's] latest novel, is one of those books that cause you to look up, blinking, realizing that you’ve read 75 pages and your coffee is cold. It’s a rush of offtrack betting, impulsive road trips, liquor-fueled make-out sessions, and the sort of low-end jobs that are invisible in most fiction but everywhere in Liebegott’s work."—San Francisco Magazine "Cha-Ching! is a rush—the clatter of youth on the angry move, the rattling of dreamy gambles in crappy apartments, the desperate crash of falling for someone despite the million reasons why and the bang! bang! bang! of our tender hearts."—Daniel Handler, author of Why We Broke Up "Cha-Ching! is so raw with need that I found myself itching that addict's itch to chase the seemingly impossible."—Karolina Waclawiak, deputy editor of The Believer and author of How to Get Into the Twin Palms "An open-hearted, deeply romantic story about a fucked-up dyke, her pit bull, her search for love, her tenuous grasp on hope, a pretty girl and the literal spin of the wheel."—Sarah Schulman, author of The Gentrification of the Mind: Witness to a Lost Imagination "In the game of American-life-on-the-go hopscotch, Ali Liebegott's heroine Theo just jumped a square ahead of Dean Moriarty…The author's fine writing about gambling is as good as I ever read, including Dostoevski's and the Barthelme Bros. In the end, love, in whatever twisted, pallid form, a love that has little to do with sexuality, is the only answer…Wonderful book."—Andrei Codrescu, author of So Recently Rent a World: New and Selected Poems "[Ali] Liebegott continues [her] winning streak with her third novel Cha-Ching!, tracing the life and times of compelling lead character Theo, a restless lesbian with a military hairstyle (which makes her gender-ambiguous enough to nickname herself "sirma'amsir")…There is a lot to relate to in Liebegott's cleverly addictive novel. Readers will wonder what happens next to Theo and Cary Grant. Will the love she finds be everlasting, or will her addictions get the best of her? Theo is an engaging character, and she will linger in the imagination long after Cha-Ching!'s final page has been turned."—Jim Piechota, The Bay Area Reporter Ali Liebegott is the author of the award-winning books The Beautifully Worthless and The IHOP Papers. In 2010 she took a train trip across America interviewing female poets for a project titled, The Heart Has Many Doors; excerpts from these interviews are posted monthly on The Believer Logger. Her novel Cha-Ching! is the third in the City Lights/Sister Spit series. In addition, she is the founding editor at Writers Among Artists whose first publication, Faggot Dinosaur, was released in 2012.
Categories: Fiction

The Activist s Tao Te Ching

The Activist s Tao Te Ching

Fast food and football games keep our stomachs stuffed and our minds saturated with the need to win. And when amusements fail, we are made to be afraid. Together, these three — bread, circuses, and fear — keep us under control.

Author: William Martin

Publisher: New World Library

ISBN: 9781608683925

Category: Philosophy

Page: 128

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Change and anger are in the air. “We are the 99%,” “black lives matter,” and “love is love” have become part of the lexicon. Previously unquestioned institutions (police, military, the NSA) are under scrutiny. Heat waves, floods, and earthquakes seem to be increasing. Could there be a silver lining? William Martin turns to the Tao Te Ching and finds that while Taoism is known for its quiet, enigmatic wisdom, the Tao can also have the cleansing force of a rushing river. Martin elucidates these revolutionary messages condemning power seeking and greed. He emphasizes that humans have a “Te” that can help them heal the planet; shows how Taoism’s “simplicity” can be subversive and its flexibility a potent force; and reassures us that “When injustice is the rule, justice lies in wait.” Provocative and stirring, Martin’s Tao flows within and through those who ride the waves of anger and frustration, “and gently guides [them] to true freedom.”
Categories: Philosophy