Japanese Home Cooking: Simple Meals, Authentic Flavors
  • Japanese Home Cooking: Simple Meals, Authentic Flavors
  • Japanese Home Cooking: Simple Meals, Authentic Flavors
  • Japanese Home Cooking: Simple Meals, Authentic Flavors
  • Japanese Home Cooking: Simple Meals, Authentic Flavors
ISBN: 161180616X
EAN13: 9781611806168
Language: English
Release Date: Nov 19, 2019
Pages: 304
Dimensions: 1" H x 10" L x 8" W
Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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   Delicious & Authentic Japanese Home Cooking
This is a wonderful compilation of home-style Japanese cooking. I've had some lovely photographs of the food, too. I have taken classes with Sonoko and I have so learned so much about Japanese food. My grandmother and mother never made dashi from scratch or authentic Japanese food so I'm looking forward to using the recipes from the book.
 
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   Gorgeous and delightful Japanese cookbook filled with healthy recipes.
Japanese Cooking Home is the perfect cookbook for your foodie friends and family. The book is full of beautiful photography, lovely recipes and fascinating stories from Sakai's childhood. Whether you're a beginner or an expert, Cooking Home has numerous healthy recipes that range from quick-get-it-on-the-table dishes to more challenging and interesting culinary experiences. As a kid, she was raised in Japan, Mexico and the United States, eating and drinking all sorts of food. This book will appeal to those who love Japanese food and those who just want to learn more about the wonderful world of Japanese cooking. This is a great way to thank your foodie friends and family.
 
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   “Simple” Does Not Mean “Easy”
The product description says that her book "will appeal to home cooks of all levels." This is no “get yummy Japanese food on the table before the kids melt down, before the dog barfs in the hallway, before parents desperately need that next bottle of wine,” the report says. In her book, Sakai calls herself "shokunin" (Japanese for "artist"). I highly recommend Orkin's "Japanese Recipes from a Chef, Father, and Lifelong Eater" and Ono's "Japanese Cooking." They'll do you fine, fellow home cooks!
 
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   The Go-To authority on Japanese cuisine
Sonoko Sakai, one of the leading authorities on Japanese cooking in the US, has died. She is the perfect evangelist for what I consider to be the most sophisticated and complex cuisine in the world. Her many fans in the Los Angeles region and elsewhere have been anticipating the arrival of this book for a long time. For my money, it is THE go-to book for those wanting to cook authentic Japanese cuisine. About 90 percent of Japanese restaurants in the US now serve sushi, compared to just 10 percent in Japan. Highly recommend.
 
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