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Okashi Treats

Author : Keiko Ishida
ISBN : 9789814484336
Genre : Cooking
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Sutekina Okashi

Author : Keiko Ishida
ISBN : 9789814779609
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 67. 36 MB
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Sutekina Okashi means “lovely sweets” and this is talented baker Keiko Ishida’s follow-on book to her bestselling Okashi: Sweet Treats Made with Love. In this collection, Keiko shares new ideas for making even more tempting confections using French-style baking techniques and Japanese flavours. She also includes a section on astrological herbal treats made using ingredients and herbs linked to the zodiac signs, to inject fun and exciting flavours into baking. With easy-to-follow recipes, step-by-step pictures and essential information on baking techniques, this book provides the necessary guidance that new bakers will appreciate, while delighting all who love baking with its delightful range of recipes.

Step By Step Cooking

Author : Keiko Ishida
ISBN : 9814328758
Genre : Cooking
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Step-by-Step Cooking: Japanese introduces you to a delectable variety of Japanese culinary delights. The refreshingly light cuisine of this beautiful country is simply stunning, with its clean, fresh flavours. Recipes range from cleansing clear soups to slow-simmered vegetables, seafood and meat dishes as well as hearty rice and noodle dishes and decadent desserts. This exciting collection of classic Japanese recipes includes recipes for light soups and side dishes. Examples are Short-neck Clam Clear Soup to Cucumber and Octopus Salad, to hearty one-dish meals such as Chicken and Egg Rice and Suyaki Beef, to delectable traditional desserts such as Sweet Red Bean Balls and Candied Sweet Potatoes. Keiko Ishida shares the delights of replicating these perennial favourites in your home kitchen in simple step-by-step fashion. 42 exciting recipes written in easy-to-follow step-by-step format. Illustrated with step-by-step photographs for easier comprehension. Provides an introduction to the various cooking and food preparation techniques used in the Japanese kitchen, making it ideal for cooking novices as well as those looking to learn more about Japanese cooking. Glossary of ingredients provided to help readers identify ingredients easily. Keiko Ishida was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan, where she learnt the basics of Japanese cooking from her mother. She then studied traditional Japanese cooking for five years in Sendai, Japan, before going on to pursue her passion for pastry in France at the Ritz Escoffier School and the Lenotre Culinary School and doing an apprenticeship at the famous Le Triomphe bakery. Back in Japan, she set up her own baking school, atelier K. From 2003 to 2009, Keiko relocated to Singapore with her husband and conducted cooking classes here. Today, Keiko is back in Tokyo with her husband. Keiko is also the author is the bestselling cookbook, Okashi: Sweet Treats Made With Love.

The Art Of Wagashi

Author : Kimiko Gunji
ISBN : 0578453827
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Wagashi is commonly translated as "Japanese sweets or confections." Wa denotes all things Japanese, and gashi originates from kashi, or okashi, which refers to all confections. This book, "The Art of Wagashi, Recipes for Japanese Sweets that Delight the Palate and the Eyes," is dedicated to A. D. Moore (1931-2013), Professor Emeritus of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, who was a mentor and great supporter of Japan House (a cultural teaching center at the University of Illinois). Professor Moore (or Doyle-sensei, as we fondly called him) was a man of versatility with a wealth of knowledge. He was a kind and warm-hearted person, forever curious, who possessed "doshin," a child-like kokoro (kokoro is a Japanese word encompassing multiple meanings including "mind," "heart," and "spirit."). One of the things he shared with so many people was how to make wagashi, which he learned first-hand by visiting a Japanese wagashi shop in Japan many years ago. With his instruction, several of Japan House's students learned the basic techniques and made wagashi for tea classes. Doyle-sensei often discussed writing a wagashi book in English so that people outside of Japan could make authentic wagashi to enjoy with a bowl of tea. Regrettably, his dream did not come true while he was on this earth, but his legacy has been passed down to many generations. Professor Emeritus Kimiko Gunji embarked upon writing this book in honor of Doyle-sensei five years ago, and finally, we feel ready to present this cookbook to all of those who love wagashi. The recipes in this book have been carefully crafted for genuineness. Each recipe has been tested and refined by experienced sweet makers. Other notable features of this book are that all of the ingredients are easily purchased in the United States, and that the final products are authentic in taste and appearance. It is Professor Gunji's greatest hope that all of you who make wagashi according to the recipes in this book will enjoy these treats not only with the palate, but with all senses.

How To Cook A Dragon

Author : Linda Furiya
ISBN : 9780786727063
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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When Linda Furiya decided to move to China with her boyfriend at the age of thirty, she hoped to find romance and ethnic kinship. Expecting common ground with locals as an Asian American, Furiya struggled with her ambition as a food writer in a nation where notions of race and gender are set in stone. During the six years she lived in Beijing and Shanghai, Furiya experienced a wide range of experiences—loneliness, isolation, friendship, and love—tied together by one common theme: food. Ultimately, Furiya surpassed these challenges and found inspiration from the courageous Chinese women who graced her life. The sensuous experience of preparing and eating authentic Chinese cuisine follows Furiya throughout her journey, and ultimately reveals the intimate, nurturing side of the Chinese culture and people. Part insightful memoir, part authentic cookbook, How to Cook a Dragon is a revealing look at race, love, and food in China.


Author : Kaigai Gijutsusha Kenshū Kyōkai (Japan)
ISBN : UVA:X002254014
Genre : English language
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