Cuisine in the Japanese Way
by John Skull
Japan is noted not just for its temples, shrines, Kabuki (dance-drama), tea ceremonies, museums and some of the most advanced, state-of-the-art technologies in the world but also for its unique and distinctive cuisine. It is deservedly famous for its artistic, pains-taking and aesthetically-pleasing presentation of food. Japanese cooks aim to please the eye as well as the palate.
Read this latest book in our Cuisine series and increase your knowledge and skills to make dishes that are a bit different from what you usually make and which will surprise and impress your family, friends and colleagues.
- John Skull, May 2012
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