Bestselling chef Luke Nguyen explores the influence of the French on the food and culture of Vietnam in this sumptuous, richly photographed cookbook.
The French colonisation of Vietnam, which lasted for nearly one hundred years, had a profound influence on Vietnamese lifestyle, architecture and cuisine. Chef and author Luke Nguyen once again revisits his beloved Vietnam to delve deeper into the culinary legacy left by the French. Against a backdrop of grand colonial hotels, Luke talks to chefs, bakers, farmers and family members to explore the impact the French had on what the Vietnamese eat and cook today. More than 100 recipes showcase the fusion of French and Vietnamese ingredients and techniques, interwoven with the heart-warming and personal stories Luke uncovers on his journey.
Luke Nguyen was born in 1978 in Thailand, shortly after his parents and elder siblings fled Vietnam as boat people. After spending a year in a Thai refugee camp, his family eventually settled in Sydney, Australia. Luke is the chef and owner of the award-winning Sydney Vietnamese restaurant, Red Lantern, and co-author and author of bestselling books, Secrets of the Red Lantern and The Songs of Sapa. His TV work includes 'MasterChef Australia', 'Food Safari', 'Heat in the Kitchen' and 'Luke Nguyen's Vietnam' on SBS. Indochine is his third book.
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