Myers+Chang at Home by Joanne Chang
Recipes from the Beloved Boston Eatery

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Food is made with love, and it tastes that way. Chopsticks allow one to slow down and eat mindfully, appreciating all the tastes and flavors. Love is what this cookbook is about.
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From beloved chef and author Joanne Chang, the first cookbook from her acclaimed Boston restaurant, Myers+Chang

Award-winning and beloved chef Joanne Chang of Boston’s Flour bakery may be best known for her sticky buns, but that’s far from the limit of her talents. When Chang married acclaimed restaurateur Christopher Myers, she would make him Taiwanese food for dinner at home every night. The couple soon realized no one was serving food like this in Boston, in a cool but comfortable restaurant environment. Myers+Chang was born and has turned into one of Boston’s most popular restaurants, and will be celebrating its tenth anniversary in 2017, just in time for publication of this long-awaited cookbook. These recipes, all bursting with flavor, are meant to be shared, and anyone can make them at home—try Dan Dan Noodle Salad, Triple Pork Mushu Stir-fry, or Grilled Corn with Spicy Sriracha Butter. This is food people crave and will want to make again and again. Paired with the couple's favorite recipes, the photography perfectly captures the spirit of the restaurant, making this book a keepsake for devoted fans.
 

About Joanne Chang

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Joanne Chang is the owner of Flour Bakery + Café, with locations in Boston and Cambridge, Massachusetts, and co-owner of Myers + Chang. She lives in Boston, Massachusetts. Michael Harlan Turkell is an award-winning and James Beard Foundation-nominated photographer. He has shot for an array of publications and numerous cookbooks, and hosts THE FOOD SEEN on HeritageRadioNetwork.org
 
Published September 12, 2017 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 320 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Frances E. Abrams on Sep 11 2017

Food is made with love, and it tastes that way. Chopsticks allow one to slow down and eat mindfully, appreciating all the tastes and flavors. Love is what this cookbook is about.

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