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Over her thirty-year food career—from being one of the original Food Network stars and opening Border Grill to appearing on Top Chef Masters and creating STREET—celebrity chef Susan Feniger has continually found inspiration for her renowned cooking in street food carts around the world. In Susan Feniger’s Street Food, she shares 83 of her favorite recipes with home cooks, Over her thirty-year food career—from being one of the original Food Network stars and opening Border Grill to appearing on Top Chef Masters and creating STREET—celebrity chef Susan Feniger has continually found inspiration for her renowned cooking in street food carts around the world. In Susan Feniger’s Street Food, she shares 83 of her favorite recipes with home cooks, giving them a taste of these unexpected, tantalizing dishes. On her globe-trotting adventures, with cooking and eating as the only shared language, Susan has forged friendships with rice farmers in Vietnam, women baking flatbread in Turkey, and nomadic cheesemakers in Mongolia. She’s become an expert on combining spices and ingredients to re-create authentic mind-blowing flavors back home. One bite of Artichokes with Lemon Za’atar Dipping Sauce confirms that they should never be eaten another way, and dinner should always be as enticing as crunchy and refreshing Saigon Chicken Salad, delicious Thai Drunken Shrimp with Rice Noodles, or sweet-savory Korean Glazed Short Ribs with Sesame and Asian Pear. Drinks, condiments, and sweets—such as indulgent and alluring Turkish Doughnuts with Rose Hip Jam—round out the recipe collection. Susan’s personal travel stories and vacation snapshots inspire at every turn. Her expert tips on ingredients and easy substitutions, along with more than 100 color photographs, make Susan Feniger’s Street Food the perfect guide for home cooks looking to shake up their cooking repertoires with exciting new flavors. 


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Over her thirty-year food career—from being one of the original Food Network stars and opening Border Grill to appearing on Top Chef Masters and creating STREET—celebrity chef Susan Feniger has continually found inspiration for her renowned cooking in street food carts around the world. In Susan Feniger’s Street Food, she shares 83 of her favorite recipes with home cooks, Over her thirty-year food career—from being one of the original Food Network stars and opening Border Grill to appearing on Top Chef Masters and creating STREET—celebrity chef Susan Feniger has continually found inspiration for her renowned cooking in street food carts around the world. In Susan Feniger’s Street Food, she shares 83 of her favorite recipes with home cooks, giving them a taste of these unexpected, tantalizing dishes. On her globe-trotting adventures, with cooking and eating as the only shared language, Susan has forged friendships with rice farmers in Vietnam, women baking flatbread in Turkey, and nomadic cheesemakers in Mongolia. She’s become an expert on combining spices and ingredients to re-create authentic mind-blowing flavors back home. One bite of Artichokes with Lemon Za’atar Dipping Sauce confirms that they should never be eaten another way, and dinner should always be as enticing as crunchy and refreshing Saigon Chicken Salad, delicious Thai Drunken Shrimp with Rice Noodles, or sweet-savory Korean Glazed Short Ribs with Sesame and Asian Pear. Drinks, condiments, and sweets—such as indulgent and alluring Turkish Doughnuts with Rose Hip Jam—round out the recipe collection. Susan’s personal travel stories and vacation snapshots inspire at every turn. Her expert tips on ingredients and easy substitutions, along with more than 100 color photographs, make Susan Feniger’s Street Food the perfect guide for home cooks looking to shake up their cooking repertoires with exciting new flavors. 

30 review for Susan Feniger's Street Food: Irresistibly Crispy, Creamy, Crunchy, Spicy, Sticky, Sweet Recipes

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mrs.

    I love this cookbook - fun, interesting street food recipes from around the world. Some do not require a lot of ingredients, but others do, including exotic ones that may not be available at local markets. If you take that into account and order on line (no resources are given in the book, but Amazon, Kalustyan's, and MySpiceSage are all good on line resources), you will be cooking a lot of tasty recipes that are definitely outside the box. I love this cookbook - fun, interesting street food recipes from around the world. Some do not require a lot of ingredients, but others do, including exotic ones that may not be available at local markets. If you take that into account and order on line (no resources are given in the book, but Amazon, Kalustyan's, and MySpiceSage are all good on line resources), you will be cooking a lot of tasty recipes that are definitely outside the box.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    This is a great cookbook with a wonderful collection of recipes and stories from all over the world, of the street food from wonderful places all over as street food is the true life blood of a places people must of the time! I can't wait to try it all! Plus I enjoy the longer stories strewn in with her experiences traveling to amazing places like Mongolia! This is a great cookbook with a wonderful collection of recipes and stories from all over the world, of the street food from wonderful places all over as street food is the true life blood of a places people must of the time! I can't wait to try it all! Plus I enjoy the longer stories strewn in with her experiences traveling to amazing places like Mongolia!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Viriam

    I liked this book quite a bit. It has a wide range of recipes, some novel presentations and combinations and great stories.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    There is interesting food and there is L.A. food. Just not my style.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Judy

    Ohmygod I love Susan Feniger, and I love her new book, Street Food: Irresistibly Crispy, Creamy, Crunchy, Spicy, Sticky, Sweet Recipes. Most of all, I WANT TO - no, I MUST - go to her restaurant, STREET, in L.A. I first saw her on "Top Chef Masters," and loved her freewheeling style and amazing combinations of flavors and textures from all over the world. The other chefs loved her food - always a good sign. When you read the book, you accompany her on some of her many travels around the world - s Ohmygod I love Susan Feniger, and I love her new book, Street Food: Irresistibly Crispy, Creamy, Crunchy, Spicy, Sticky, Sweet Recipes. Most of all, I WANT TO - no, I MUST - go to her restaurant, STREET, in L.A. I first saw her on "Top Chef Masters," and loved her freewheeling style and amazing combinations of flavors and textures from all over the world. The other chefs loved her food - always a good sign. When you read the book, you accompany her on some of her many travels around the world - sometimes hiking, or on horseback, or in a wooden boat in the mazes of waterways in Kochi, India. Her "Travelogues" sections are descriptions of the journey. There are beautiful, mouthwatering photographs, both of the dishes and of many of the ingredients, such as: HOJA SANTA - An aromatic southern Mexican herb with a heart-shaped, velvety leaf and a slight anise flavor, hoja santa is often used to wrap tamales, cheese, or fish to impart the flavor from its fragrant leaves. If hoja santa is not available, substitute anise or fennel seeds (page 73). The premise of the book is this (from the Introduction): "I believe that in any country, what you see and taste on the street is the best food you'll find, because it's usually one family's recipe handed down and perfected over generations. There aren't any frills; there's no service; all the focus is on the food." As much as I love this book, I have to warn you: all of the recipes look and sound delicious; however, although most of them are not difficult, many of them are time-consuming, calling for a recipe within a recipe (a sauce, for example). The Coconut Curry Caramel Corn (I know, right?) on page 18 calls for the Candied Peanuts on page 21. The layout and organization are excellent - she always tells you where to find any recipe she calls for - but still... Not every recipe is like this, and I intend to read through it again to find some to try, but after a first reading I feel as if I am not going to be cooking many of these things on a daily-meal kind of basis. Still, it is inspiring and uplifting - and so is she.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Crown Publishing

    Over her thirty-year food career—from being one of the original Food Network stars and opening Border Grill to appearing on Top Chef Masters and creating STREET—celebrity chef Susan Feniger has continually found inspiration for her renowned cooking in street food carts around the world. In Susan Feniger’s Street Food, she shares 83 of her favorite recipes with home cooks, giving them a taste of these unexpected, tantalizing dishes. On her globe-trotting adventures, with cooking and eating as the Over her thirty-year food career—from being one of the original Food Network stars and opening Border Grill to appearing on Top Chef Masters and creating STREET—celebrity chef Susan Feniger has continually found inspiration for her renowned cooking in street food carts around the world. In Susan Feniger’s Street Food, she shares 83 of her favorite recipes with home cooks, giving them a taste of these unexpected, tantalizing dishes. On her globe-trotting adventures, with cooking and eating as the only shared language, Susan has forged friendships with rice farmers in Vietnam, women baking flatbread in Turkey, and nomadic cheesemakers in Mongolia. She’s become an expert on combining spices and ingredients to re-create authentic mind-blowing flavors back home. One bite of Artichokes with Lemon Za’atar Dipping Sauce confirms that they should never be eaten another way, and dinner should always be as enticing as crunchy and refreshing Saigon Chicken Salad, delicious Thai Drunken Shrimp with Rice Noodles, or sweet-savory Korean Glazed Short Ribs with Sesame and Asian Pear. Drinks, condiments, and sweets—such as indulgent and alluring Turkish Doughnuts with Rose Hip Jam—round out the recipe collection. Susan’s personal travel stories and vacation snapshots inspire at every turn. Her expert tips on ingredients and easy substitutions, along with more than 100 color photographs, make Susan Feniger’s Street Food the perfect guide for home cooks looking to shake up their cooking repertoires with exciting new flavors.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    Everything sounds yummy, and I'd order most of the food if I saw it in a restaurant. That being said, I doubt I'd make much of the fare at home. Many of the exotic ingredients would be hard to find, and if I had leftover ingredients I'd be hard-pressed to find another use for them. Some of the recipes, in particular the Brussels Sprouts with Apple, Goat Cheese and Hazelnuts, seem random and out of place. The anecdotes seemed a bit lacking, and didn't have any of the vivaciousness that Susan Feni Everything sounds yummy, and I'd order most of the food if I saw it in a restaurant. That being said, I doubt I'd make much of the fare at home. Many of the exotic ingredients would be hard to find, and if I had leftover ingredients I'd be hard-pressed to find another use for them. Some of the recipes, in particular the Brussels Sprouts with Apple, Goat Cheese and Hazelnuts, seem random and out of place. The anecdotes seemed a bit lacking, and didn't have any of the vivaciousness that Susan Feniger seems to have in pictures and on TV. It's an interesting cookbook, just don't expect it to become your new go-to source.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Bee

    The way I use cookbooks is kind of odd--I browse them for ideas and copy the recipes that I want to try at a later date. All of these recipes looked ridiculous. When I think street foot, I think easy and fast. These all seemed to have esoteric ingredients (and believe me, I'm no stranger to world markets) and seem really complicated. Plus, I was shocked that they didn't have a single crepe/blintz--no love for European street food, apparently. The way I use cookbooks is kind of odd--I browse them for ideas and copy the recipes that I want to try at a later date. All of these recipes looked ridiculous. When I think street foot, I think easy and fast. These all seemed to have esoteric ingredients (and believe me, I'm no stranger to world markets) and seem really complicated. Plus, I was shocked that they didn't have a single crepe/blintz--no love for European street food, apparently.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Debbie

    No, I didn't make a single recipe in this book, but I will. I also read it from cover to cover. What a wealth of knowledge! I am so excited about trying some of these new and exotic (for me, anyway) recipes. No, I didn't make a single recipe in this book, but I will. I also read it from cover to cover. What a wealth of knowledge! I am so excited about trying some of these new and exotic (for me, anyway) recipes.

  10. 5 out of 5

    afewsocks

    So...lots of interesting foods, but I found nothing that I'd make. So...lots of interesting foods, but I found nothing that I'd make.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Nichols

    Some great fun gems in here but kind of all over the place and the writing left something to be desired. I will be making some of the recipes for parties.

  12. 4 out of 5

    N

    I took this out from the library and ended up buying my own copy!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mandy

    Not really recipes I would cook. I was disappointed.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    One of the few cookbooks I have read cover to cover, long past my bed time. I want to make pretty much everything in this entire book immediately.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Beka

    Every recipe looked delicious, but unfortunately every recipe also called for an ingredient that I can't find. Every recipe looked delicious, but unfortunately every recipe also called for an ingredient that I can't find.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Penfold

    got it from my local library, and wanted to make so many recipes that I bought it.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Josie

    A nice collection of street food from around the world. Of particular interest are the spice mix recipes.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Christine

  19. 4 out of 5

    Alison

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

  21. 5 out of 5

    Emily

  22. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay

  23. 5 out of 5

    Victoria Allman

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kourtney

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jay

  26. 4 out of 5

    Tim Wolfson

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jackie

  28. 4 out of 5

    Karen

  29. 4 out of 5

    Beverly Ann Anderson

  30. 5 out of 5

    bud goodwin

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