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Cooking Classics is a series of step-by-step cookbooks that showcases some of the most popular and well-loved cuisines of Asia. Each fully illustrated volume provides an insightful overview of the culinary traditions of the country, including the local cooking styles and techniques, in addition to a delectable selection of 42 authentic dishes.
Recipes are written with clear, easy-to-follow instructions, and an illustrated glossary highlights essential ingredients used.
Cooking Classics Japan is a collection of recipes that will inspire both budding and experienced cooks to whip up authentic Japanese cuisine at home. Food consultant and food researcher Catherina Hosoi shares some of her favourite home-style Japanese dishes including classics such as Gold Green Tea Noodles and Deep-fried Cutlet Rice Bowl as well as Baked Hokkaido-style Salmon and Japanese's Fried Rice in Omelette Parcel (Omuraisu). With Cooking Classics Japan, you can prepare hearty and delicious Japanese meals every day!
This graphic novel tells the story of Amaterasu, the Japanese Shinto goddess of the sun. Amaterasus parents create the first eight islands of Japan. Amaterasus father later puts his children in charge of parts of the natural world. Beautiful and kindly Amaterasu is made the goddess of the sun. But her brother, Susano, god of the sea and storms, is jealous of his sisters position. In fear of Susanos temper, Amaterasu hides in a cave, plunging the world into darkness. The other gods and goddesses must come up with a clever plan to lure Amaterasu from her hiding place and restore order to the world.
Can their friendships take the heat? A trio of mothers and daughters will find out when they sign up for a cooking class from a famous chef in the first book of the Saturday Cooking Club series-it's mother-daughter bonding and so much more!
Liza and Frankie have always been best friends. But when new girl Lillian arrives from San Francisco, suddenly three's a crowd. Especially after the trio is grouped together for a big sixth-grade social studies project-can they put aside their animosity long enough to succeed? When Liza suggests they all take a cooking class with the chef from her favorite cooking show for the project, the girls are on board, but they need an adult to take the class with them. It seems like the perfect opportunity to snag some quality time with their overscheduled, overstressed mothersif they can convince them to sign up!
Several headaches and close calls later, the girls at last find themselves in Chef Antonio's kitchen with their mothers in tow-but the drama is only just beginning!
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