Buy The Hakka Cookbook

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Where to buy The Hakka Cookbook
The Hakka Cookbook: Chinese Soul Food from around the World
By LInda Lau Anusasananan
Art by Alan Lau
Foreward by Martin Yan
University of California Press, October 2012
978-0-520-27328-3

 

Local Bookstores

Most local bookstores can order The Hakka Cookbook for you. The book is available through these major book distributors: Ingram, Baker & Taylor, and Perseus.

Perseus Distribution, Order Dept., 210 American Drive, Jackson, TN 38301
Tel. 800. 343. 4499; Fax: 800. 351. 5073
Email: Orderentry@perseusbooks.com
North and South America, Asia

Buy the book at local bookstores such as Omnivore Books in San Francisco, Eastwind Books in Berkeley, Wok Shop, and the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco. In Seattle, check Book Larder, Elliott Bay Books, and Wing Luke Museum. In Vancouver, BC, Canada, visit Barbara-Jo’s Books for Cooks.

If you live in Mauritius, try Le Cygne Bookshop at the Magic Lantern Complex, 307 Royal Road. 230. 464. 2444.

Online sources in North America for The Hakka Cookbook

Buy from University of California Press.

Better World Books Matches every book purchased on website with book donation to someone in need. (Free worldwide shipping)

Buy in United States from wokshop.com/store,  Amazon.com , Kinokuniya Online Store Bookweb, half.com, abebooks.com, alibris.com , IndieBound, Barnes & Noble

Buy in Canada from Amazon.ca , Indigo Books

Check goodreads.com for an online seller list.

Online Sources outside of North America for The Hakka Cookbook

Better World Books Matches every book purchased on website with book donation to someone in need. (Free worldwide shipping)

For Australia: Kinokuniya Online Store Bookweb
For Dubai: Kinokuniya Online Store Bookweb
For France: Amazon.fr
For Germany: Amazon.de
For Great Britain and Ireland: Amazon.co.UK
For Japan: Amazon.co.jp , Kinokuniya Online Store Bookweb

For Malaysia: Kinokuniya Online Store Bookweb

For Singapore: Kinokuniya Online Store Bookweb

For Taiwan: Kinokuniya Online Store Bookweb

For Thailand: Kinokuniya Online Store Bookweb

Also try amazon.com to see if it will ship to your country

Sources for E-Book version (ISBN 9780520953444):

University of California Press

Amazon.com  (Kindle edition)

 

 

8 thoughts on “Buy The Hakka Cookbook

  1. What I didn’t realize was how much better Asian food could be than what my experience of it was. A lot of Chinese cuisine in America is actually nothing like the traditional style. It is much too greasy, and dominated by a simple array of flavors that doesn’t really capture the complexity of Asian cooking.”

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    • Home cooking is different than what you get in most restaurants. What most people experience in America is what they eat at restaurants, many which cater to mainstream tastes. Restaurants who cater to a Chinese audience tend to have more authentic dishes for Chinese tastes.

  2. Asian food is every bit as diverse as it is delicious. I used to think that I knew Asian foods growing up. You see, we used to go out to Chinese and practically every weekend. They were a couple Chinese restaurants in the neighborhood, and they were perfect for us kids. They were greasy, flavorful, and we got a cookie at the end of every meal. What more could a child ask for?..

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  5. Simone,
    I look forward to seeing you in June at the Hakka Conference. Unfortunately the paintings inside the book will not be color, however I hope to use many of the color ones on this blog.

  6. Congratulations, Linda! An English cookbook on Hakka cuisine! I have been waiting for this book for a long time. I’m so excited for you and for me. I love the paintings already and know the ones inside will be nice also. (I have visited Uwajimaya in Seattle…wonder if I ever crossed paths with your brother.) Looking forward to your visit to the Toronto Hakka Conference this June!

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