Danielle Chang is the author of Lucky Rice: Stories and Recipes from Night Markets, Feasts, and Family Tables (Clarkson Potter) with stories, techniques, and contemporary Asian recipes from a range of cultures and the traditions that inspired them.
BOOKS ARE SOLD!
“As the founder of LUCKYRICE which produces Asian food festivals across the U.S., Chang knows plenty about satisfying a range of appetites. Her new cookbook covers everything from quintessential Thai to updated Korean. We’re especially impressed by her knack for using unexpected ingredients in familiar food.”
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“COOKBOOK OF THE MONTH”
“Chang, the founder of the LUCKYRICE festivals, dispenses her addictively spicy dishes in this gorgeously photographed collection of modern Asian classics.”
“An introduction to some of the most popular (and most approachable for home cooks) dishes from across Asia, like a simple ma po tofu and Indonesian fried rice. Each is accompanied by a short story that is meant to introduce the dish to readers and act as a sort of invitation, perhaps particularly for those who are new to cooking Asian cuisines.”
— TASTING TABLE