Browse more videos
Whatever your health concerns may be, you will find the right restorative and satisfying recipes. Babies and toddlers have special needs, as do adolescents, pregnant and menopausal women, the aging—and all of these are addressed with specific recommendations. The wealth of information Nina Simonds offers here derives from her extensive research into the evidence amassed over three thousand years by practitioners of Chinese medicine, and from her interviews with leading experts today in food as medicine, who offer their firsthand testimony.
But, above all, it is the range of dishes, from the exotic to the earthy, that will convince you that you can enjoy marvelous food every day—relishing its good taste and knowing it is good for you. Nina Simonds has lived, studied, and traveled throughout Southeast Asia.
For the past thirty years she has taught cooking classes across the United States and in mainland China. This book will be a classic.
- See a Problem?.
- Más libros de Nina Simonds.
- La montaña del rey (Spanish Edition).
- Watkins Cove.
- A Spoonful of Ginger by Nina Simonds | dequsyjeme.ml: Books.
- A Spoonful of Ginger: Irresistible, Health-Giving Recipes from Asian Kitchens.
Join Reader Rewards and earn your way to a free book! Join Reader Rewards and earn points when you purchase this book from your favorite retailer. Read An Excerpt. Paperback —. Add to Cart. About A Spoonful of Ginger From the best-selling authority on Chinese cooking, a groundbreaking cookbook based on the Asian philosophy of food as health-giving.
About A Spoonful of Ginger From Nina Simonds, the best-selling authority on Chinese cooking, here is a groundbreaking cookbook based on the Asian philosophy of food as health-giving. Also by Nina Simonds. Product Details. Inspired by Your Browsing History.
Descripción de editorial
Related Articles. Looking for More Great Reads? Download our Spring Fiction Sampler Now. These simple recipes are designed to get you cooking yourself rather than stopping at the local deli counter or phoning for pizza and then dealing with all the waste packaging afterward. This being Treehugger, there will be vegan and vegetarian recipes but we aren't doctrinaire and will include meat recipes as well.
- A Spoonful of Ginger Marks a Milestone with its 10th Anniversary and Honors Dr. George King!
- A Spoonful of Ginger : Irresistible Health-Giving Recipes from Asian Kitchens by Nina Simonds?
- Customer Reviews?
The focus will be on dishes using seasonal produce which you can get locally; at this time of the year in our local market that means root vegetables. The grocery stores in Toronto sell tomatoes shipped from great distances- a novice juggler could use them to practice without any deleterious effect on their taste or texture.
A Spoonful of Ginger
We would choose a tin of locally grown tomatoes canned at the height of summer rather than the imported fruit. If the thought of soaking beans all night and then cooking them for hours is keeping you from including legumes in your diet then open that can of beans. We will introduce you to a variety of cookbooks and help you find them. This Asian cookbook is full of information about the use of food as medicine in the Chinese culture. The recipes are simple and clear and the book is in constant use in this household.
7th Annual, A Spoonful of Ginger
For those of you who might overindulge in the coming weeks there are also tonics for hangover and teas to detoxify. Garlic Beef with Broccoli. Put beef in bowl, add premixed marinade and toss lightly to coat. Let marinate for 1 hour at room temperature or longer in the refrigerator. Bring 6 cups of water to a boil in a pot. Drain in a colander and refresh under cold water.
A Spoonful of Ginger
Drain again. Add beef and stir fry over high heat until it loses its raw colour and the pieces separate. Remove with a slotted spoon and drain. Clean out pan. Reheat pan adding the remaining oil adding garlic and ginger. Stir fry for 15 seconds or until fragrant, then add broccoli and rice wine-water mixture and toss lightly to heat through. Add the sauce and cook until it thickens, stirring constantly to prevent lumps.
Add the cooked beef and toss until the meat is heated through and everything is coated with the sauce.