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A Cook's Journey to Japan: Fish Tales and Rice Paddies/100 Homestyle Recipes from Japanese Kitchens by Sarah Marx Feldner

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  • Food52 by Soraya Darabi

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  • Fine Cooking

    This inviting book is the warmest introduction to Japanese cuisine you could hope to find. Each hunger-inducing recipe is thoughtfully written and most are tantalizingly photographed.

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  • ISBN 10 4805310111
  • ISBN 13 9784805310113
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  • Published Jul 13 2010
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 160
  • Language English
  • Countries Japan
  • Publisher Tuttle Shokai Inc
  • Imprint Tuttle Shokai Inc

Publishers Text

A Cook's Journey to Japan is a marvelous collection of recipes based on one woman's journey through the simple, yet evocative, everyday foods found across Japan. This heartwarming—and hunger-inducing—book recounts the author's journey through Japan as she gathered recipes from everyday Japanese people—from wives, husbands, mothers and fathers to innkeepers and line cooks at cafTs. The recipes are adapted when necessary to capture the authentic flavors and spirit of simple but delicious home cooking.

A Cook's Journey to Japan is a lovely introduction to the authentic foods eaten by everyday Japanese people.

Sarah Marx Feldner taught English in Japan for a year after college, where she quickly fell in love with the sights, sounds and tastes of Japan. Several years later, Sarah headed back to Japan, where she traveled the country collecting recipes and stories, culminating in this book. Currently the Senior Editor at tasteofhome.com, Sarah also writes a food and cooking feature monthly for The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. She lives in Wisconsin with her husband.



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