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Tim Anderson

    • Categories: Quick / easy; Restaurants & celebrity chefs; Japanese
    • ISBN: 9781784881146 Hardcover (United Kingdom, United States) 9/26/2017
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    • Categories: Restaurants & celebrity chefs; Quick / easy; Japanese
    • ISBN: 9781784885694 Hardcover (United Kingdom) 10/13/2022
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  • JapanEasy Bowls & Bento: Simple and Satisfying Japanese Recipes for All Day, Every Day
    • Categories: Japanese
    • ISBN: 9781784885700 eBook (United Kingdom) 9/29/2022
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  • Nanban: Japanese Soul Food
    • Categories: Restaurants & celebrity chefs; Japanese
    • ISBN: 9780224098908 Hardcover (United Kingdom) 9/4/2014
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  • Nanban: Japanese Soul Food
    • Categories: Restaurants & celebrity chefs; Japanese
    • ISBN: 9780553459852 Hardcover (United States) 4/26/2016
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    • Categories: Restaurants & celebrity chefs; EYB Pick - UK; Japanese
    • ISBN: 9781784882297 Hardcover (United States, United Kingdom) 3/19/2019
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    • Categories: Vegan; Vegetarian; Restaurants & celebrity chefs; Quick / easy; Japanese
    • ISBN: 9781784882846 Hardcover (United States, United Kingdom, Australia) 3/3/2020
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    • Categories: EYB Pick - UK; Restaurants & celebrity chefs; Quick / easy; Japanese
    • ISBN: 9781784883850 Hardcover (United Kingdom, United States) 10/14/2021
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  • Your Home Izakaya: Fun and Simple Recipes Inspired by the Drinking-and-Dining Dens of Japan
    • Categories: Restaurants & celebrity chefs; Japanese
    • ISBN: 9781784884161 (United Kingdom) 10/14/2021
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Biography

Tim Anderson is a Wisconsin-born chef working in London. Interested in Japanese cuisine from an early age, Anderson went on to study Japanese food history at university, and then to live in Japan on a working holiday for two years. Since then he moved to the UK to be with his wife, and won MasterChef in 2011. He is now the proprietor and executive chef of the Nanban pop-up restaurants.