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Daughter of Heaven: A Memoir with Earthly Recipes

by Leslie Li

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This is an interesting read detailing the author's childhood in a Chinese American family. Her stories illustrate Chinese traditions as well as the joys and difficulties of growing up trying to balance the best and worst of two cultures. The recipes look fantastic too. ( )
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Now in paperback, the powerful, touching memoir of a Chinese-American woman, in which taste becomes the keeper of memory and food the keeper of culture when Nai-nai, her extraordinary grandmother, arrives from mainland China.

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A memoir of an American woman whose grandmother used traditional Chinese cuisine to help her embrace her Chinese heritage and overcome her alienation from American culture, with authentic family recipes included.

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