My Japanese table : a lifetime of cooking with friends and family

Title
My Japanese table : a lifetime of cooking with friends and family / Debra Samuels ; foreword by Roy Yamaguchi ; photography by Heath Robbins ; styling by Catrine Kelty.
Author
Samuels, Debra.
Publication
Tokyo ; Rutland, Vt. : Tuttle, c2011.

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Additional Authors
Robbins, Heath.
Description
176 p. : col. ill.; 26 cm.
Subject
Bibliography (note)
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. 173) and index.
Contents
Basic recipes -- Sushi -- Snacks and appetizers -- Soups and salads -- Rice and noodles -- Meat and poultry -- Fish and seafood -- Vegetable and tofu dishes -- Bento -- Desserts and drinks.
Call Number
JFF 12-1311
ISBN
  • 9784805311189 (hbk)
  • 4805311185 (hbk)
LCCN
2010054353
OCLC
752075763
Author
Samuels, Debra.
Title
My Japanese table : a lifetime of cooking with friends and family / Debra Samuels ; foreword by Roy Yamaguchi ; photography by Heath Robbins ; styling by Catrine Kelty.
Imprint
Tokyo ; Rutland, Vt. : Tuttle, c2011.
Edition
1st ed.
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references (p. 173) and index.
Summary
Bestselling author and food writer Debra Samuels uses her unique skills and deep love of Japan to make the cuisine of her adopted country attainable in My Japanese Table. Bringing a wealth of experience and a great passion for Japanese cooking to the table, Debra introduces the aesthetics and quality food that are the hallmarks of Japanese cuisine. She learned through her years in Japan that true Japanese homestyle dishes are easy to prepare once you master a few basic techniques. And now that authentic Japanese ingredients are available in most supermarkets, Japanese cooking has become far more accessible than ever before. The recipes in this book, the result of decades spent teaching and preparing homestyle Japanese dishes, include familiar favorites like Hand-Rolled Sushi and classic Miso Soup and less familiar but equally welcome dishes such as Lobster Rolls with Wasabi Mayonnaise and Fried Pork Cutlets. There is also a chapter on the increasingly popular obento lunch boxes, along with a wonderful selection of desserts, including the delectable Mochi Dumplings with Strawberries. All of the recipes come with stories and cooking tips to help bring the sights, aromas and tastes of Japan into your kitchen at home.
Added Author
Robbins, Heath.
Research Call Number
JFF 12-1311
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