Posts Tagged “noodles”

Wagamama Richmond – restaurant review

Wagamama Richmond – restaurant review

Richmond, Surrey, is classy, there is no doubt of that. Its long riverside terraces attract those wanting a river view along with a glass or two of something summery. OK, that’s true when the sun’s shining, but summer is short and the weather gets cool. However, the well-appointed high street is buzzing all year round…

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Thai Street Food by David Thompson – review

Thai Street Food by David Thompson – review

Street food is comfort. We in the UK might be drawn to the smell of fried onions wafting from a burger cart outside the local DIY store. Americans will think of potato knishes and hot Italian sausages with sweet peppers, and Thailand has enough street food to fill a book the size of the car…

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Paul Gayler’s Little Book of Pasta and Noodles – review

Paul Gayler’s Little Book of Pasta and Noodles – review

If you are a regular visitor then you will already be familiar with Paul Gayler’s cookbooks. For those others who are visiting for the first time I’ll introduce you. Paul is the chef of The Lanesborough, one of the smartest spots in London. He has written a collection of cookbooks which act as showcase for…

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Noodles Every Day by Corinne Trang – review

Noodles Every Day by Corinne Trang – review

To the untutored this might seem an uninspiring proposition, but it’s perfectly possible to eat noodles every day and perhaps even several times a day without feeling as though it’s an endurance test. Corinne Trang is a US based author, radio and TV broadcaster on the subject of Asian food. She is a well respected…

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Chinese Cookery by Ken Hom – review

Chinese Cookery by Ken Hom – review

This is the 25th anniversary edition of Ken’s original and ground-breaking book. I had that first edition, and it fell apart through years of use. I am sure that many readers will have had the same experience. This is a book you will use even if you are too young to remember the BBC series…

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The Wagamama Cookbook by Hugo Arnold – review

The Wagamama Cookbook by Hugo Arnold – review

This is the second Hugo Arnold Wagamama book that I have come across, the first being the gorgeous Wagamama – Ways with Noodles. I was impressed by that book and I have an equally good impression of this one. The photographs are almost edible and very stylish. Hugo is a self-confessed greedy man but he…

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Wagamama – Ways with Noodles by Hugo Arnold – review

Wagamama – Ways with Noodles by Hugo Arnold – review

Hugo Arnold is crazy about noodles and that enthusiasm is evident from the first page of this delectable book. The photography by Ditta Isager is marvellous and is shown off to best advantage in this large-format volume. I’ll not say too much about Wagamama, the Japanese-inspired restaurant chain, I’ll write a review later. (Read my…

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