Hugh Amano

chef and writer of “Let’s Make Dumplings”

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Dumplings are a delightful staple of cuisine around the world. But you might be reaching for those Trader Joe’s frozen gyoza because making the bundles of goodness can be intimidating.

With ‘Let’s Make Dumplings’ cookbook, creating dumplings at home can be less daunting

Dumplings are a delightful staple of cuisine around the world. But you might be reaching for those Trader Joe’s frozen gyoza because making the bundles of goodness can be intimidating.

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