Description - Sushi For Dummies by Judi Strada
Perfect sushi rolls at home are a cinch with this fun and easy guide There are now more than 5,000 sushi restaurants across America, and Japanese cuisine has never been more popular. Yet many home cooks are reluctant to try making sushi. This friendly cookbook cuts through the mysteries of sushi-making--and shows just how easy it is to create perfect maki (rolls) and nigiri-sushi (individual pieces). From selecting sushi-quality seafood and finding specialized ingredients to cooking perfect sushi rice, slicing ingredients like a pro, adding that essential dab of wasabi, and rolling 'em up, this illustrated guide makes sushi preparation a snap, whether people want to build a basic California roll or serve up a wide range of more exotic sushi fare. Judi Strada (LaJolla, CA) is Food Editor of San Diego magazine. Mineko Takane Moreno (San Diego, CA), a native of Tokyo, teaches Japanese cooking at Williams-Sonoma and the San Diego Culinary Institute.
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(235mm x 157mm x 18mm)
Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
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Author Biography - Judi Strada
Mineko Takane Moreno, born and raised in Tokyo, received her degree in French literature. Her love of food has inspired a lifelong education in many cuisines, including Japanese, Chinese, French, and Italian. Moving to San Diego in 1973, she began teaching Japanese cuisine, with a specialty in sushi. She currently teaches dozens of sushi classes a year at seven culinary schools, including Macy s, Williams-Sonoma, and Sur la Table. Mineko consults with restaurants wishing to put sushi and other specialties on their menu. Her culinary work has been featured in numerous print publications and on television and radio shows. She is a member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals.
Judi Strada has a bachelor s degree in Russian studies, which led her to study other cultures through their foods. She was the food consultant and spokesperson for The Sheraton World Cookbook and The Culinary Festival Cookbook and coauthor of The Best of San Diego. She is a frequent cooking guest on television and radio shows on both coas ts. Judi, an award-winning writer, is currently food editor of San Diego Magazine; kitchen garden editor of Garden Compass Magazine; and a member of the Authors Guild, the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, the International Association of Culinary Professionals, and the James Beard Foundation. She is founding president of Les Dames d Escoffier, San Diego.