You can cook anything Chinese!

  • 167 Pages
  • 4.39 MB
  • English
Hilit Pub. Co., Highlight International New York , Taipei, New York
Cookery, Ch
StatementYee Yo.
LC ClassificationsTX724.5.C5 Y373 1986
The Physical Object
Pagination167 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2416351M
ISBN 100914929917
LC Control Number87082422

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This is mypurpose in writing the book. I wish to makegood, tempting, and wholesome cookingpossible for all. ShiuWongChan.

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Yes, a standard electric rice cooker is designed to bring rice to a boil, sense when it needs to reduce to a simmer, then lower the heat again to keep rice.