Japanese Cooking: Without an Oriental Store in the Neighborhood:
Japanese Cooking: Without an Oriental Store in the Neighborhood by John and Sanae Naumann. There are all kinds of Japanese cookbooks. A lot of them seem to assume that you have two or three Japanese grandmothers running around loose in the house…and that there is at least one oriental store just down the street.
Everything seems to go all right as you prepare a dish until you come to an ingredient that is incomprehensible, unpronounceable, and with questionable spelling. Through some magic one of the grandmas can explain what the stuff is, and the little old lady down at the oriental store can sell you some.
But, without that oriental store, you’re up a creek.
That’s where this book comes in. It is designed so you can get the ingredients at farmer’s markets, so you don’t need an oriental store.
Think of all the great Japanese cooking you could learn. All those fun dishes you have had or seen at the restaurant. Japanese cooking always seems to great!
Author: John and Sanae Naumann
Binding: Plastic Comb
Publisher: Hearts ‘N Tummies Cookbook Company
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