Café Japan

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Contemporary Books, 1998 - Cooking - 128 pages
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The essence of Japanese cooking lies in its simplicity; the overarching goal is to preserve each ingredient's natural flavor and texture. These 75 easy-to-make recipes--including tricolor nori-rolled sushi, grilled skewered chicken, and seared yuan salmon--bring home the popular daily dishes of Japan's cafes using ingredients found in many supermarkets or Asian markets in the West. These meals are perfect for those who want light and simple dishes without heavy sauces or spices.

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About the author (1998)

Emi Kazuko has written several books on Japanese cuisine and also produces restaurant and theater guides for Japanese visitors to London, where she lives.

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