Japanese Cooking The Traditions, Techniques, Ingredients And Recipes

Japanese Cooking The Traditions Techniques Ingredients And Recipes This comprehensive and beautiful guide won the World Cookbook prize as the best book on an Asian subject when first published in hardback in

  • Title: Japanese Cooking The Traditions, Techniques, Ingredients And Recipes
  • Author: Emi Kazuko Yasuko Fukuoka
  • ISBN: 9780681323278
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Paperback
  • Japanese Cooking The Traditions, Techniques, Ingredients And Recipes

    This comprehensive and beautiful guide won the World Cookbook prize as the best book on an Asian subject when first published in hardback in 2001.

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    1. Sakura Tsukikage

      A very useful book. It's a great resource in terms of Japanese ingredients and basic cooking skills in particular, but I've also used a lot of the recipes, and they are excellent. The recipe section isn't as long or as comprehensive as the reference section about Japanese ingredients, but overall a very useful and handy reference guide as well as a cookbook, especially if you're just starting out learning about Japanese cooking.

    2. Matt

      While this is by no means a really good Japanese cookbook, it IS a great introduction to the ingredients of Japanese cooking. Unlike most Western cuisine, which seems to be constantly striving to find the "new, hot" ingredients or resurrect older ones to shock the palate, the vast majority of Japanese food consists of the same ingredients used in clever new ways by chefs who are true artisans, as opposed to rock stars. With about 120 pages of helpful photos and informative text on the ingredient [...]

    3. Kay

      Glossy coffee-table style book with sumptuous photos, but also some very useful and authentic recipes. Great attention is paid to explaining what the ingredients are, where to buy them, how to treat them, and so on as well as the necessary kitchen tools and techniques. Really, the title says it all. If you've ever felt at sea when visiting an Asian market, this book will be of great help. Even those not necessarily interested in cooking but simply in the evolution and appreciation of Japanese fo [...]

    4. Netts

      what i particularly like about this book is that the first half is devoted to a thorough, illustrated explanation of the traditions and ingredients that might otherwise be unfamiliar to western cooks and thereby demystifies japanese cuisine.

    5. Kai

      This one was a gift from my mother so I'm biased toward it to start with but again, this is a cook book that is more than just recipes. It gives explanations of what type of implements to use and discussion of ingredients and their substitutes.

    6. Friend the Girl

      Delicious, light Japanese cooking with fresh ingredients. With super easy-to-follow recipes, the hardest part is just finding the fresh ingredients (depending on where you live).

    7. Elise Miller

      As a reference book this thing is invaluable. I wish I'd had this years ago when I was just getting into Japanese style home cooking. 10 out of 10! Would recommend! GO GET THIS PUPPY!

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