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Maangchiâ€s Big Book of Korean Cooking: From Everyday Meals to Celebration Cuisine is her

second book, an even more comprehensive take on Korean home cooking than the first — think

Julia Childâ€s iconic Mastering the Art of French Cooking, but with bibimbap.' —Eater

'Reading Maangchiâ€s Big Book of Korean Cooking is like being on a WhatsApp chain with

my friends†moms. There are photos of ingredients to buy (Sempio soy sauce, tubes of soft

tofu) and recipes that go beyond KBBQ (chicken ginseng soup, Korean temple–style

vegetables), all in the same tone that makes Maangchi feel like everyoneâ€s auntie.' —Elyse

Inamine, digital restaurant editor, for Bon Appetit  Read more MAANGCHI ('Hammer' in Korean)

was born and raised in South Korea, where she learned the fundamentals of home cooking from

her relatives. A former counselor for victims of domestic violence and movie extra, she is the

founder-owner of maangchi.com, the top online destination for Korean cooking. She also has her

own YouTube channel. She lives in New York City.Martha Rose Shulman writes the popular recipe

feature entitled “Recipes for Health― for the New York Times Food section and is the awardwinning

author of more than twenty-five cookbooks, including The Simple Art of Vegetarian

Cooking,The Very Best of Recipes for Health, Mediterranean Harvest: Vegetarian Recipes from

the Worldâ€s Healthiest Cuisine (named one of the six best vegetarian cookbooks of the last

twenty-five years by Cooking Light), Mediterranean Light, Provençal Light, and Entertaining

Light. Her food combines pleasure and health, drawing largely from the cuisines of the

Mediterranean, inherently healthy cuisines with big flavors. Martha also works as a writing

collaborator with chefs. She has coauthored two James Beard Award–winning cookbooks, The

Secrets of Baking with pastry chef Sherry Yard and The Art of French Pastry with Jacquy

Pfeiffer. She has also coauthored books with Wolfgang Puck, Dean Ornish, Mark Peel, Pati Jinich,

and the Culinary Institute of America. Read more

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