Sushi Secrets

Sushi Secrets

Book - 2004
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Two generations of sushi lovers—mother and daughter—join forces to tell the long and fabulous story of this quintessentially Japanese food, and to offer their differing perspectives. Starting from a simple plate of sushi, they explain the art of making and eating this remarkable cuisine, capture the astonishing atmosphere of the fish market, revel in the uniqueness of each different sushi bar, and discuss the know-how of the sushiya (or sushi maker). In addition, they provide more than 40 recipes, all explained in detail and illustrated with wonderful photos.

Hachette Book Group
Sushi Secrets tells the long and fabulous story of sushi. It is also a completely new look at the Japan of yesterday and today, and the cultures and traditions behind the history of sushi. This wonderfully illustrated book initiates the reader to the art of this remarkable dish: the art of eating sushi in different Japanese towns, the art of choosing and preparing the ingredients (rice, fish, vinegar, ginger, soy), the astonishing atmosphere of the fish market, the uniqueness of sushi bars, the know-how of the sushiya. Over forty recipes clearly explained with wonderful photos specially taken for this book.

Publisher: London : Hachette Livre, c2004
ISBN: 9781844301287
Characteristics: 199 p. : col. ill. ; 31 cm
Additional Contributors: Masui, Chihiro


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