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- KurzbeschreibungA food writer and founder of the Black Sesame Kitchen cooking school in Beijing traces her Silk Road investigation into regional culinary history and tradition, a journey marked by her visits to the kitchens of women from a diverse array of cultures.
- AutorJen Lin-Liu
- VerlagPenguin LCC US
- Seiten388 Seiten
- Gewicht343 g
- LeseprobePrologue<br />The year after we married, Craig and I went to Italy for Christmas. It was our first time in Europe together, a break from years of living and traveling in Asia. After a week of hiking along precipitous cliffs on the Amalfi coast that dropped into the sparkling blue Mediterranean, we drove to Rome. In a neighborhood called Trastevere, full of winding alleys and couples in embrace,<br>my husband led me to a restaurant called Le Fate and surprised me with a belated holiday gift: a pasta-making class. In the cluttered kitchen, we stood before the chef and proprietor, a man named Andrea. With dark espresso eyes and curly brown hair, the chef happily played the part of the handsome Italian guy female tourists swoon over. He flirted, chatted, and joked with guests as they arrived. But once class began, he cleared his throat and surveyed the room with narrowed eyes. The room fell as silent as a church before mass.<br />
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