Takeaway - Stories from a childhood behind the counter (lydbok) av Angela Hui
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Angela Hui (forfatter), Angela Hui (oppleser)

Takeaway lydbok

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SHORTLISTED FOR THE JHALAK PRIZE 2023 SHORTLISTED FOR THE FORTNUM & MASON DEBUT FOOD BOOK AWARD 2023 _______________ 'A beautiful book: compellingly written, tender and thoughtful' Ruby Tandoh 'A warm, incandescent memoir about identity, food, family, relationships' Annie Lord Growing up in a Chinese takeaway in rural Wales, Angela Hui was made aware at a very young age of just how different she and her family were seen by her local community. From attacks on the shopfront (in other words, …

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Undertittel Stories from a childhood behind the counter
Forfattere Angela Hui (forfatter), Angela Hui (oppleser)
Forlag Trapeze
Utgitt 22 juli 2022
Lengde 8:01
Sjanger Mat og drikke, Politikk og samfunn, Biografier, Dokumentar og fakta, Hobby og fritid
Språk English
Format mp3
DRM-beskyttelse App-only
ISBN 9781398705586
SHORTLISTED FOR THE JHALAK PRIZE 2023 SHORTLISTED FOR THE FORTNUM & MASON DEBUT FOOD BOOK AWARD 2023 _______________ 'A beautiful book: compellingly written, tender and thoughtful' Ruby Tandoh 'A warm, incandescent memoir about identity, food, family, relationships' Annie Lord Growing up in a Chinese takeaway in rural Wales, Angela Hui was made aware at a very young age of just how different she and her family were seen by her local community. From attacks on the shopfront (in other words, their home), to verbal abuse from customers, and confrontations that ended with her dad wielding the meat cleaver; life growing up in a takeaway was far from peaceful. But alongside the strife, there was also beauty and joy in the rhythm of life in the takeaway and in being surrounded by the food of her home culture. Family dinners before service, research trips to Hong Kong, preparing for the weekend rush with her brothers - the takeaway is a hive of activity before a customer even places their order of 'egg-fried rice and chop suey'. Bringing readers along on the journey from Angela's earliest memories in the takeaway to her family closing the shop after 30 years in business, this is a brilliantly warm and immersive memoir from someone on the other side of the counter.