Looking for a Good Chinese Cookbook

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  1. David_Moechnig

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    Thread title pretty much sums it up. I want to get a good, inexpensive Chinese cookbook. I'd like to have something that has a mix of traditional Chinese food as well as having some Americanized (is that a word?) Chinese food like you'd get at a typical Chinese restauraunt here in the States. I'm a college student so I don't have much money to spend on one so keep it affordable.
     
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    I haven't actually looked through the book, but I watch Martin Yan's cooking show and I think the food he shares is a nice combination of traditional and contemporary. You probably won't find much of the Americanized stuff. I believe Yan's latest book is titled "Martin Yan's Chinatown."
     
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