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A Cook's Journey to Japan: 100 Homestyle Recipes from Japanese Kitchens

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andlt;bandgt;Cook delicious and authentic Japanese meals in the comfort of your own home with this easy-to-use homestyle Japanese cookbook!andlt;/bandgt;andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt; At twenty-eight years of age, Sarah Marx Feldner quit her job, sold her house, and moved to Japan to pursue her passion for Japanese food and cooking. andlt;Iandgt;A Cook's Journey to Japanandlt;/Iandgt; is the result of her adventures traveling throughout Japan, sampling home-cooked meals and collecting recipes from Japanese friends and avid cooks she met along the way. andlt;Iandgt;A Cook's Journey to Japanandlt;/Iandgt; is a totally unique Japanese cookbook that tells the story of the everyday dishes that Japanese people eat at homeand#8212;including many popular standards such as:andlt;ULandgt;andlt;LIandgt; Salmon Teriyakiandlt;/LIandgt;andlt;LIandgt; Tonkatsuandlt;/LIandgt;andlt;LIandgt; Chicken Yakitoriandlt;/LIandgt;andlt;LIandgt; Sushi Hand Rollsandlt;/LIandgt;andlt;LIandgt; Miso Soup with Baby Clamsandlt;/LIandgt;andlt;LIandgt;Yaki Udon (Stir-Fried Noodles)andlt;/LIandgt;andlt;/ULandgt;The difference is that these homestyle dishes are ones you will never see in any other cookbook. And as we know, foods prepared at home by experienced cooks are far more tastyand#8212;and also more healthyand#8212;than the restaurant versions found in most Japanese cooking books.andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;Sarah's fascinating stories about her travels, and her heartfelt and sometimes humorous insights about the people she met who shared their recipes and kitchens with her, will entice you to take up your knife and cutting board to begin your own journey through the kitchens of Japan. Her detailed menu suggestions, clear instructions and reassuring tone make it incredibly easy to prepare delicious Japanese cuisine in your own kitchen at home just the way the Japanese do.andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;andlt;bandgt;"Making these dishes was funand#8212;they were soulful and totally suited to everyday cooking. I followed every recipe to a Tand#8212;each worked very well, was precisely written and easy to prepare. Ultimately, the thing I liked about the book is that it worked. It's refreshing. It was to the point and exact."and#8212;Food52.com, Tournament of Cookbooks, 16 Most Notable Cookbooks of 2010andlt;/bandgt;

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andlt;bandgt;"Each recipe has step-by-step photographs, which make the whole process much less intimidating, and even, easy."and#8212;GOOP by Gwyneth Paltrowandlt;/Bandgt;andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;andlt;Iandgt;A Cook's Journey to Japanandlt;/Iandgt; is a marvelous collection of recipes based on one woman's journey through the simple, yet evocative, everyday foods found across Japan. This heartwarmingand#8212;and hunger-inducingand#8212;book recounts the author's journey through Japan as she gathered recipes from everyday Japanese peopleand#8212;from wives, husbands, mothers and fathers to innkeepers and line cooks at cafes. The recipes are adapted when necessary to capture the authentic flavors and spirit of simple but delicious home cooking.andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;andlt;Iandgt;A Cook's Journey to Japanandlt;/Iandgt; is a lovely introduction to the authentic foods eaten by everyday Japanese people. Recipes include:andlt;ulandgt;andlt;liandgt;Miso Soup with baby Clamsandlt;/liandgt;andlt;liandgt;Pan-Fried Noodles (Yaki Udon)andlt;/liandgt;andlt;liandgt;Sushi Rice with Toppings (Barazushi)andlt;/liandgt;andlt;liandgt;Sesame-Seared Beefandlt;/liandgt;andlt;liandgt;Salmon Teriyakiandlt;/liandgt;andlt;liandgt;Spicy Pan-Seared Eggplantandlt;/liandgt;andlt;liandgt;Oolong Tea Chiffon Cakeandlt;/liandgt;andlt;liandgt;Green Tea Smoothieandlt;/liandgt;andlt;/ulandgt;andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;andlt;bandgt;"Making these dishes was funand#8212;they were soulful and totally suited to everyday cooking. I followed every recipe to a Tand#8212;each worked very well, was precisely written and easy to prepare. Ultimately, the thing I liked about the book is that it worked. It's refreshing. It was to the point and exact."and#8212;Food52.com, Tournament of Cookbooks, 16 Most Notable Cookbooks of 2010andlt;/bandgt;

About the Author

After graduating from college, andlt;bandgt;Sarah Marx Feldnerandlt;/bandgt; headed to Japan to teach English for a year. There, she befriended Hitomi and her food-loving family who introduced her to a countryside, a style of cuisine, and an overall aesthetic that she had never experienced before and quickly fell in love with. A couple of years later, Sarah got the idea to write a Japanese cookbook to tell people about her discoveries, and she returned to Japan and traveled the country collecting recipes and stories from experienced cooks who opened their homes and their hearts to her.andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;A talented food stylist and cooking instructor, andlt;bandgt;Yumi Kawachiandlt;/bandgt; is well versed in Japanese and French cooking. She is based in Tokyo and works for major Japanese magazines.andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;andlt;bandgt;Noboru Murataandlt;/bandgt; is one of Japan's most accomplished photographers. Based in Tokyo, he does work for andlt;iandgt;Japanese Elle Decoandlt;/iandgt; and other leading lifestyle magazines.

Product Details

ISBN:
9784805312988
Author:
Feldner, Sarah Marx
Publisher:
Tuttle Publishing
Author:
Andoh, Elizabeth
Author:
Murata, Noboru
Subject:
Japanese
Subject:
Cooking and Food-Japanese
Subject:
cookbooks; Japanese; japanese food; japanese rice cooker; japanese cookbook
Subject:
Japanese cookbook; japanese cooking; japanese food; japanese cuisine; homestyle dishes
Subject:
Japanese cookbook ; japanese cooking ; japanese food
Edition Description:
Trade Paperback
Publication Date:
20140231
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
100 recipes; 90 color photos
Pages:
160
Dimensions:
254 x 228.6 mm

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Product details 160 pages Tuttle Publishing - English 9784805312988 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , andlt;bandgt;"Each recipe has step-by-step photographs, which make the whole process much less intimidating, and even, easy."and#8212;GOOP by Gwyneth Paltrowandlt;/Bandgt;andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;andlt;Iandgt;A Cook's Journey to Japanandlt;/Iandgt; is a marvelous collection of recipes based on one woman's journey through the simple, yet evocative, everyday foods found across Japan. This heartwarmingand#8212;and hunger-inducingand#8212;book recounts the author's journey through Japan as she gathered recipes from everyday Japanese peopleand#8212;from wives, husbands, mothers and fathers to innkeepers and line cooks at cafes. The recipes are adapted when necessary to capture the authentic flavors and spirit of simple but delicious home cooking.andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;andlt;Iandgt;A Cook's Journey to Japanandlt;/Iandgt; is a lovely introduction to the authentic foods eaten by everyday Japanese people. Recipes include:andlt;ulandgt;andlt;liandgt;Miso Soup with baby Clamsandlt;/liandgt;andlt;liandgt;Pan-Fried Noodles (Yaki Udon)andlt;/liandgt;andlt;liandgt;Sushi Rice with Toppings (Barazushi)andlt;/liandgt;andlt;liandgt;Sesame-Seared Beefandlt;/liandgt;andlt;liandgt;Salmon Teriyakiandlt;/liandgt;andlt;liandgt;Spicy Pan-Seared Eggplantandlt;/liandgt;andlt;liandgt;Oolong Tea Chiffon Cakeandlt;/liandgt;andlt;liandgt;Green Tea Smoothieandlt;/liandgt;andlt;/ulandgt;andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;andlt;bandgt;"Making these dishes was funand#8212;they were soulful and totally suited to everyday cooking. I followed every recipe to a Tand#8212;each worked very well, was precisely written and easy to prepare. Ultimately, the thing I liked about the book is that it worked. It's refreshing. It was to the point and exact."and#8212;Food52.com, Tournament of Cookbooks, 16 Most Notable Cookbooks of 2010andlt;/bandgt;
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