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Asia food in general
Asia Food http://www.asiafood.org/ This is a very interesting and beautifully designed site by the Asia Society. It includes a food glossary that you can browse alphabetically, lots of recipes and everything is well-illustrated.
Recipe Source: Asia & Pacific Island Recipes http://www.recipesource.com/ethnic/asia/ This is the new home of the SOAR recipe database, formerly at University of California, Berkeley. This is one of the biggest sites for world food recipies
RecipeZaar: Asian http://www.recipezaar.com/recipes/asian Fortunately you can filter your search of its 12,507 recipes by region, course, and ingredient.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:Dumplings for dinner An April 9, 2000 article by Kathryn Matthews on Chinese dumplings.
ChinaVoc: Recipes http://www.chinavoc.com/cuisine/recipe.asp A wide selection of Chinese homestyle dishes arranged by the following categories: Poultry and Egg, Beef and Mutton, Pork, Vegetable and Tofu, Fish and Seafood, Soups, Sweet, and Rice, Noodles and Dumplings.
Chinese Imperial Cuisine This is a website from the China Internet Information Center of the Chinese government. It includes a description of regional cuisines.
Learn to Cook Chinese Dishes
Slate Magazine: A Short History of the Chinese Restaurant This interesting article from Wednesday, April 27, 2005, by Gish Jen is a review of an exhibit on Chinese restaurants at the Museum of Chinese in the Americas in New York City.
Eating China http://www.eatingchina.com/ A website by Stephen Jack with articles about food in Taiwan and China. Also includes Snippets of food information, Recipes, Resources, and Books
Indochef http://www.indochef.com/ Henk Hardendood's personal interpretation of classical Indonesian dishes as prepared in the Netherlands by Indonesian immigrants and Dutch expatriates.
Merry's Kitchen of Indonesian Cuisine Compiled by Merry Anwar, an Indonesian living in San Francisco. This site contains over 250 authentic favorite Indonesian recipes, some with pictures. Sally's Place: Indonesia An article by Nancy Freeman on Indonesia's history, regional dishes, restaurants, and cookbooks
Tempeh http://www.tempeh.info/ Less well-known than tofu, tempeh is soybeans that have been bound into a compact white cake by the Rhizopus mold. Tempeh has been a favorite food and staple source of protein in Indonesia for several hundred years and you can now obtain it in the United states.
Yumyum Indonesian Recipes From the recipe server.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Homestyle Japanese: Cuisine is good for you, simple and trendy This April 19, 2007, newspaper article talks about Japanese home cooking, suggests a few books and lists Japanese restaurants in Pittsburgh.
Epicurious.com Recipe Search: Japanese Browse through 276 results from Bon Appetit and Gourmet magazines.
Food Network Recipe Search: Japanese Browse through 378 results from Food Network TV programs.
Sally's Place: Japan History, regional dishes, restaurants, cookbooks
Tokyo Food Page http://www.bento.com/ a complete guide to Japanese cuisine and eating in Tokyo, with recipes, articles on Japanese cooking, restaurant listings, culinary travel tips and Web Resources for Japanese Food
Epicurious Going Global: Seoul Food An introduction to Korean food with an article on New York restaurateur Jenny Kwak.
Food Network: Korea http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/ck_gc_korea Includes Korean Recipes, Classic Dishes, The Korean Pantry, Korean Glossary, Restaurant & Travel Tips.
Global Gourmet: Korea http://www.globalgourmet.com/destinations/korea/ An introduction to Korean food with a few recipes.
Life in Korea: Food & Drink http://www.lifeinkorea.com/Food/ Although this website doesn't provide recipes for the many dishes that they list, they do provide a description of the ingredients and how they are prepared.
Korean Kimchi http://www.kimchi.or.kr/ This website by the Agricultural and Fishery Marketing Corporation of Korea, tells all about this very important item in the Korean diet: "a meal without kimchi is almost unimaginable in Korea."
Tour 2 Korea: Korean Food http://english.tour2korea.com/05food/main.asp The website from the Korean National Tourism Organization covers: About Korean Food; Korean Seasonings; Types of Korean Food; Kimchi; Royal Cuisine of the Joseon Dynasty / Temple Food; Special Food for Seasonal Occasions; Traditional Snacks; Popular Snacks; Traditional Korean Teas; Traditional Liquors and Wines; Table Settings & Manners; Korean Dishes Recommended for Foreigners; Cooking Schools; Food Festivals; Useful Expressions at Restaurants; Quick Reference to Korean Food; Characteristics of Local Foods (specialties of each province).
Malaysia: The Star Online: Kuali http://kuali.com/ A Malaysian Newspaper's Cooking section, "tastes from around the world" but strong on traditional dishes of the far east. The alphabetical guide links to recipes.
Culture Ingested: On the Indigenization of Phillipine Food This is an article by Doreen Gamboa Fernandez about what Philippine food is, with introductory information about the author, a food columnist and writer in Manila.
Filipino cuisine/food glossary This Tagalog food glossary with English definitions is based on Doreen G. Fernandez's Palayok: Philippine Food Time, On Site, in the Pot. Manila: Bookmark Inc., 2000.
The Pilgrim's Pots and Pans http://karen.mychronicles.net/ This is a Blog about Filipino food. You can search or browse the archives by subject or by date.
Sally's Place: The Philippines History, regional dishes, restaurants, cookbooks
Recipe Source: Filipino Recipe Source is the successor to UC Berkeley's SOAR recipe database. They offer 54 Filipino recipes.
Makan Time in Singapore http://www.makantime.com/ Although the creation of one individual with contributions from his readers, this website on Singapore food is extremely interesting. Check this site out before you take a trip to Singapore.
http://www.thaifoodtonight.com/thaifoodtonight/recipes.htm with videos
Appon's Thai Food http://www.khiewchanta.com/ This food blog offers Thai recipes with commentary - which is always more interesting than a straight recipe book.
Epicurious Recipe Search: Thai 253 results from Bon Appetit and Gourmet magazines.
Food Network Recipe Search: Thai 376 results from Food Network TV programs.
Sally's Place: Focus on Ethnic Cuisine: Thailand http://www.sallys-place.com/food/ethnic_cusine/thailand.htm History, regional dishes, restaurants, cookbooks by Sally Bernstein.
Temple of Thai: Recipes http://www.templeofthai.com/recipes/ Temple of Thai is a commercial site that sells Thai ingredients but it also has a collection of homestyle Thai recipes.
Thai Kitchen http://www.thaikitchen.com/ This is a commercial line of Thai products for the US kitchen that is found in US supermarkets. Also recipes for using their products. They have a section on Thai ingredients that might be helpful.
Thai Table http://www.thaitable.com/ A well photographed recipe site with information about Thai food as well as recipes. The have a neat site under ingredients called "what can I cook with what I have". Check the ingredients that you have on hand and they'll come up with a recipe.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: "In the vanguard of tourists, food writers explore Vietnamese cuisine" An article about Vietnamese cuisine with recipes from Thursday, June 20, 2002, by Woodene Merriman
Epicurious: Going Global: Vietnam A feature article with recipes from the publishers of Bon Appetit and Gourmet.
Sally's Place: Ethnic Cuisine: Vietnam A description of Vietnamese cuisine by Nancy Freeman with information on mail order supply sources, restaurants, cookbooks, and common ingredients.
Viet World Kitchen http://www.vietworldkitchen.com/ This is the website of cookbook author Andrea Q. Nguyen, author of Into the Vietnamese Kitchen.

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Hamster pisze...

Don't know if you've seen this already but if not Yu might be interested in this website.
It's got about 30 recipes each one with a cooking video to go along
Good if you like to try cooking Thai food at home