A Visual Guide to Sushi Making at Home

  • Filename: a-visual-guide-to-sushi-making-at-home.
  • ISBN: 9781452130392
  • Release Date: 2014-04-15
  • Number of pages: 224
  • Author: Hiro Sone
  • Publisher: Chronicle Books



Finally, an all-inclusive, visual handbook for sushi lovers who want to make sushi affordably and confidently at home! This gorgeously accessible book includes popular sushi, sashimi, and sushi-style recipes by Hiro Sone, a Japaneseborn and classically trained James Beard Award–winning chef. More than 175 photographs feature beautifully finished nigiri, rolls, and ingredients in step-by-step sequences that visually demonstrate basic sushi cuts and shaping fundamentals. Packed with essential sushi knowledge—including profiles of the 65 fish and other key ingredients of sushi, recipes for staples such as dashi, and lessons in basic beverage pairing—this comprehensive yet stylish book will appeal to any fan of sushi or Japanese culture.

Sushi Making at Home

  • Filename: sushi-making-at-home.
  • ISBN: 0870409921
  • Release Date: 1997
  • Number of pages: 64
  • Author: Yasuko Kamimura
  • Publisher: Japan Publications Trading



Sushi Making At Home is a Japan Publications publication.

The Encyclopedia of Sushi Rolls

  • Filename: the-encyclopedia-of-sushi-rolls.
  • ISBN: 4889960767
  • Release Date: 2001
  • Number of pages: 192
  • Author: Ken Kawasumi
  • Publisher: Japan Publications Trading



THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SUSHI ROLLS Dazzle your friends with over 180 kinds of sushi rolls. The fully illustrated step-by-step instructions in this book will show you how to make everyone's favorite sushi-bar staples, new styles of sushi with Western ingredients, and dazzling decorative creations. - 27 large rolls (futomaki) - 26 small rolls (hosomaki) - 3 floral shapes made from multiple rolls - 28 hand rolls (temaki) - 12 inside-out rolls (uramaki, including the popular California Roll) - 85 decorative rolls (kazarimaki, including flowers, animals, landscapes, and all 26 letters of the alphabet) This book is written for beginners and old hands alike. Beginners will enjoy the detailed instructions on finding the proper equipment, cooking the rice, choosing the nori, and rolling perfectly every time. Sushi experts can expand their repertoires with the inventive decorative rolls and the surprising flavor combinations. All readers will treasure the beautiful illustrations and the special tips on how to fix common sushi rolling problems. Whether you roll the sushi yourself or have your guests join in the fun, The Encyclopedia of Sushi Rolls is the perfect planner for your next party or picnic.

Japanese Cooking

  • Filename: japanese-cooking.
  • ISBN: 4770030495
  • Release Date: 2007-02-16
  • Number of pages: 507
  • Author: Shizuo Tsuji
  • Publisher: Kodansha International



For pre-readers: baby Moses endurance lessons the burning bush the exodus 10 commandments marching on not murmuring. Energetic enjoyable stories of a great Bible hero!

Tokyo Cult Recipes

  • Filename: tokyo-cult-recipes.
  • ISBN: 0062446681
  • Release Date: 2016-04-19
  • Number of pages: 272
  • Author: Maori Murota
  • Publisher: Harper Design



Enjoy the best Japanese food at home with more than 100 dishes from the gastronomic megacity, including favorites such as miso, sushi, rice, and sweets. While many people enjoy an almost cult-like reverence for Japanese cuisine, they’re intimidated to make this exquisite food at home. In this comprehensive cookbook, Maori Murota demystifies Japanese cooking, making it accessible and understood by anyone interested in learning about her native food culture and eating well. Inspired by Murota’s memories of growing up in Tokyo—cooking at home with her mother and dining out in the city’s wonderful restaurants and stands—Tokyo Cult Recipes offers clear and concise information on key basic cooking techniques and provides guidance on key ingredients that home cooks can use to create authentic Japanese food anytime. Tokyo Cult Recipes is packed with dozens of mouthwatering, easy-to-make recipes for miso, sushi, soba noodles, bentos, rice, Japanese tapas, desserts, cakes, and sweets, accompanied by helpful step-by-step photographs. This fabulous cookbook is also a visual guide to this extraordinary city, bringing it colorfully to life in gorgeous shots of food markets, Tokyo street scenes, Japanese kitchen interiors, and more.

The Japanese Kitchen

  • Filename: the-japanese-kitchen.
  • ISBN: 1558321772
  • Release Date: 2000
  • Number of pages: 512
  • Author: Hiroko Shimbo
  • Publisher:



250 recipes reflecting Japanese culinary history from ancient to modern times.

The Sushi Lover s Cookbook

  • Filename: the-sushi-lover-s-cookbook.
  • ISBN: 9781462905706
  • Release Date: 2012-07-10
  • Number of pages: 176
  • Author: Yumi Umemura
  • Publisher: Tuttle Publishing



Make classic sushi along with more artful and exotic rolls with this illustrated sushi cookbook. In this sushi making book, Japanese cooking expert Yumi Umemura offers eighty-five recipes that combine sushi rice with ingredients ranging from its time-honored partners to unexpectedly delicious ingredients—such as Thai fish sauce, sun-dried tomatoes, cooked meats like roast beef or chicken and French ratatouille—that infuse Japanese sushi with an unexpected and international flair. Sushi fans will love Umemura's traditional instructions for making Inside-Out Rolls, Nigiri Sushi, Hand Rolls, and Inari Sushi, and her exciting and innovative recipes for Thai Shrimp Sushi Parcels, Taco Sushi, and Korean Kimchi Sushi Rolls. Sushi Recipes include: Seared Tataki Beef Sushi Tempura Sushi Four Color Rolls Two-Cheese Tuna Salad Rolls Simple Mushroom and Chicken Sushi Rice Poached Egg Sushi Rice Salad Prosciutto Rolls Tuna Tartare Gunkan Sushi Avocado Sesame Rolls Thai Shrimp Sushi Parcels Korean Kimchi Sushi Rolls Whether making the classic thick rolls, thin rolls, or experimenting with one of Umemura's fun and easy-to-make inventions such as ball or pizza sushi, The Sushi Lover's Cookbook is the one sushi cookbook fanatics need to guide them to sushi nirvana.

Bento Box in the Heartland

  • Filename: bento-box-in-the-heartland.
  • ISBN: 9780786750634
  • Release Date: 2010-01-08
  • Number of pages: 320
  • Author: Linda Furiya
  • Publisher: Seal Press



While growing up in Versailles, an Indiana farm community, Linda Furiya tried to balance the outside world of Midwestern America with the Japanese traditions of her home life. As the only Asian family in a tiny township, Furiya's life revolved around Japanese food and the extraordinary lengths her parents went to in order to gather the ingredients needed to prepare it. As immigrants, her parents approached the challenges of living in America, and maintaining their Japanese diets, with optimism and gusto. Furiva, meanwhile, was acutely aware of how food set her apart from her peers: She spent her first day of school hiding in the girls' restroom, examining her rice balls and chopsticks, and longing for a Peanut Bullter and Jelly sandwich. Bento Box in the Heartland is an insightful and reflective coming-of-age tale. Beautifully written, each chapter is accompanied by a family recipe of mouth-watering Japanese comfort food.

Hawaiian Inspired Pok Recipes

  • Filename: hawaiian-inspired-pok-recipes.
  • ISBN: 1784880868
  • Release Date: 2017-05-02
  • Number of pages: 144
  • Author: Guy Jackson
  • Publisher: Hardie Grant



'So hot right now' Bonappetit.com 'The trendiest food of 2016' Food 52 If you're bored with sushi and sick of ceviche but still crave the taste of raw fish, prepare to pile in for the latest pescatarian food craze: pokē. Hailing from Hawaii, pokē—pronounced 'poh-kay'—is a colorful mix of raw cubes of fish (often tuna) with a soy-based dressing, served in a bowl with rice and garnishes. Anything goes when it comes to ingredients, and in The Hawaiian-inspired Pokē Cookbook you will learn how to create your own bowls of goodness. You simply select your base of choice (rice, salad, slaw), pick your pokē (salmon, tuna, tofu), then pimp it up with a zingy or fruity dressing and/or pickle. Easy! The possibilities are endless, but the results are always flavorful. Traditionally made with raw fish, pokē can even be adapted for vegetarians using delicious marinated mushrooms or beets, or silken tofu. You'll also find recipes for different toppings, vinegars, dressings, pickles, grains, and even sweet pokē varieties.

Whole Beast Butchery

  • Filename: whole-beast-butchery.
  • ISBN: 9781452100593
  • Release Date: 2011-11-16
  • Number of pages: 240
  • Author: Ryan Farr
  • Publisher: Chronicle Books



DIY fever + quality meat mania = old-school butchery revival! Artisan cooks who are familiar with their farmers market are now buying small farm raised meat in butcher-sized portions. Dubbed a rock star butcher by the New York Times, San Francisco chef and self-taught meat expert Ryan Farr demystifies the butchery process with 500 step-by-step photographs, master recipes for key cuts, and a primer on tools, techniques, and meat handling. This visual manual is the first to teach by showing exactly what butchers know, whether cooks want to learn how to turn a primal into familiar and special cuts or to simply identify everything in the case at the market.

Artisan Cake Company s Visual Guide to Cake Decorating

  • Filename: artisan-cake-company-s-visual-guide-to-cake-decorating.
  • ISBN: 9781627885416
  • Release Date: 2014-11-25
  • Number of pages: 224
  • Author: Elizabeth Marek
  • Publisher: Race Point Publishing



In Artisan Cake Company's Visual Guide to Cake Decorating, Elizabeth Marek shows beginner-cake-decorators how to get started with stylish cake decorating techniques. Learn to add ruffles, stripes, and geometric patterns to your cakes. Figure out how to create the effect of cascading petals or metallic finishes. An easy, visual step-by-step format with hundreds of stunning photos, Marek will guide you through the tools, recipes and basics of decorating. Artisan Cake Company's Visual Guide to Cake Decorating also features principles of simple cake design using buttercream frosting, fondant, gumpaste, and more. From party cakes and wedding cakes to more advanced 3D cakes, this book explores a full range of cake decorating for beginners to professional-level. Let Elizabeth Marek's Artisan Cake Company's Visual Guide to Cake Decorating help you get your cake from boring and bland to amazing and spectacular.

Rice Noodle Fish

  • Filename: rice-noodle-fish.
  • ISBN: 9780062394040
  • Release Date: 2015-10-27
  • Number of pages: 352
  • Author: Matt Goulding
  • Publisher: HarperCollins



Finalist for the 2016 IACP Awards: Literary Food Writing An innovative new take on the travel guide, Rice, Noodle, Fish decodes Japan's extraordinary food culture through a mix of in-depth narrative and insider advice, along with 195 color photographs. In this 5000-mile journey through the noodle shops, tempura temples, and teahouses of Japan, Matt Goulding, co-creator of the enormously popular Eat This, Not That! book series, navigates the intersection between food, history, and culture, creating one of the most ambitious and complete books ever written about Japanese culinary culture from the Western perspective. Written in the same evocative voice that drives the award-winning magazine Roads & Kingdoms, Rice, Noodle, Fish explores Japan's most intriguing culinary disciplines in seven key regions, from the kaiseki tradition of Kyoto and the sushi masters of Tokyo to the street food of Osaka and the ramen culture of Fukuoka. You won't find hotel recommendations or bus schedules; you will find a brilliant narrative that interweaves immersive food journalism with intimate portraits of the cities and the people who shape Japan's food culture. This is not your typical guidebook. Rice, Noodle, Fish is a rare blend of inspiration and information, perfect for the intrepid and armchair traveler alike. Combining literary storytelling, indispensable insider information, and world-class design and photography, the end result is the first ever guidebook for the new age of culinary tourism.

Healthy Japanese Cooking

  • Filename: healthy-japanese-cooking.
  • ISBN: 1849496692
  • Release Date: 2015-09-01
  • Number of pages: 128
  • Author: Makiko Sano
  • Publisher: Quadrille Publishing



Shoku-Iku is the way that Japanese people are taught about healthy food. This book reveals the secrets to how the Japanese stay so healthy in easy-to-follow principles so you, too, can learn to eat mindfully, the Shoku-Iku way. Each of the five recipe chapters centers on one cooking method: steaming (or microwaving); grilling; simmering; no-cook; and sushi. The seventy brand-new simple recipes are largely gluten and dairy free; and the clear and graphic illustrated spreads show you how to choose which vegetables, fish or grains to eat in order to optimize your health and help with specific ailments.

How to Cook Everything The Basics

  • Filename: how-to-cook-everything-the-basics.
  • ISBN: 9780544186965
  • Release Date: 2012-03-12
  • Number of pages: 496
  • Author: Mark Bittman
  • Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt



The next best thing to having Mark Bittman in the kitchen with you Mark Bittman's highly acclaimed, bestselling book How to Cook Everything is an indispensable guide for any modern cook. With How to Cook Everything The Basics he reveals how truly easy it is to learn fundamental techniques and recipes. From dicing vegetables and roasting meat, to cooking building-block meals that include salads, soups, poultry, meats, fish, sides, and desserts, Bittman explains what every home cook, particularly novices, should know. 1,000 beautiful and instructive photographs throughout the book reveal key preparation details that make every dish inviting and accessible. With clear and straightforward directions, Bittman's practical tips and variation ideas, and visual cues that accompany each of the 185 recipes, cooking with How to Cook Everything The Basics is like having Bittman in the kitchen with you. This is the essential teaching cookbook, with 1,000 photos illustrating every technique and recipe; the result is a comprehensive reference that’s both visually stunning and utterly practical. Special Basics features scattered throughout simplify broad subjects with sections like “Think of Vegetables in Groups,” “How to Cook Any Grain,” and “5 Rules for Buying and Storing Seafood.” 600 demonstration photos each build on a step from the recipe to teach a core lesson, like “Cracking an Egg,” “Using Pasta Water,” “Recognizing Doneness,” and “Crimping the Pie Shut.” Detailed notes appear in blue type near selected images. Here Mark highlights what to look for during a particular step and offers handy advice and other helpful asides. Tips and variations let cooks hone their skills and be creative.

Edomae Sushi

  • Filename: edomae-sushi.
  • ISBN: 4770031459
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Number of pages: 110
  • Author: Kikuo Shimizu
  • Publisher: Kodansha Amer Incorporated



In 19th-century Edo, as busy and bustling as Tokyo, workers needed quick meals, and sushi made from vinegar-seasoned fish and rice was nutritious and invigorating. This book includes dozens of types of sushi, with large pictures and instructive text on each page, explaining the ingredients and techniques of Edomae sushi. Top sushi master Kikuo Shimizu, now 71 years old, reveals the secrets of Edomae sushi, the traditional sushi of Tokyo. By reading this book, you'll learn how real sushi in Tokyo is made, by an artisan sushi chef. Edomae literally means in

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