Eat and Drink Dale Talde teaches us how to make pretzel dumplings and breakfast ramen Dale Talde's Buttered Toast Ramen is perfect for breakfast or any meal of the day! Photo Credit: William Hereford By MELISSA KRAVITZ Updated September 15, 2015 5:10 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Dale Talde, known for his eponymous Park Slope restaurant Talde (369 7th Ave., Brooklyn), is sharing his culinary secrets. His new cookbook, "Asian-American: Proudly Inauthentic Recipes from The Philippines to Brooklyn," contains recipes that established Chef Talde on New York's vast epicurean map. From Pad Thai with oysters and bacon to Talde's iconic Pretzel Pork-and-Chive Dumplings, "Asian-American" may help you skip the notoriously long wait at Talde and recreate your own feast fit for a top chef. Chef Talde demonstrated two of his most unique, delicious dishes to help guide us with his new cookbook. Watch him teach us his kitchen tricks and check out the recipes below to re-create Talde deliciousness at home. "Asian-American: Proudly Inauthentic Recipes from The Philippines to Brooklyn" comes out on September 15 and is available in local bookstores and online. Bon appetit! By MELISSA KRAVITZ Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Dale Talde's Buttered-Toast Ramen with Bacon and EggsPerfectly chewy noodles doused in a broth infused with the flavor of buttered toast. Dale Talde's Pretzel Pork-and-Chive Dumplings"Instead of making pretzels myself, all I could think about was what other foods I could pretzel-ify." Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.