Simply Japanese

Simply Japanese : Modern Cooking for the Healthy Home

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For people taking their first step into Japanese cuisine, the book provides a full explanation of the Japanese eating style, from small serving bowls and chopsticks, to the Japanese philosophy of healthy eating. Methods range from simple one-two-three steps, like learning to make your own teriyaki salmon to, for example, the twenty-step detailed process of making tofu from scratch at home. Each finished dish has a beautiful picture, styled by the author using her every-day dishes. The key points of each method are also illustrated in detail with colour pictures, with the author's helpful commentaries and brief tips. There are sections, with texts and pictures, regarding Japanese essential seasonings, home kitchen equipment and cooking techniques. The reader will find here an alternative way for making dashi stock, learn useful supplemental information, etc.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 162 pages
  • 194 x 260 x 20mm | 698.53g
  • Kodansha America, Inc
  • Kodansha International Ltd
  • Tokyo, Japan
  • English
  • 1
  • 4770031025
  • 9784770031020
  • 134,671

About Yoko Arimoto

After a career as a fashion designer, YOKO ARIMOTO found herself enjoying cooking at home for her three children. She soon started working on food-related magazine articles, which were quickly followed by appearances on television food shows. She also began writing cookbooks, which became bestsellers in Japan. Simply Japanese is her first book to be translated into English. Photographer FUMIHIKO WATANABE has worked on numerous food magazines and cookbooks, including Nobu: The Cookbook, published by Kodansha International, which was nominated for a James Beard Award for photography.show more

Customer reviews

This book is a worthy addition to my library of Asian cooking. Perhaps it is on the simplistic side, but the recipies do work and they are all [at least the ones l have tried] quite delicious. l think the author would do well with her second book [l hope] to be a little more adventurous. Well done.show more
by John Davis