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Gohan: Everyday Japanese Cooking: Memories and Stories from My Family's Kitchen (edition 2023)

by Emiko Davies (Author)

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Simple, everyday Japanese cooking from best-selling author Emiko Davies. Unlike what many people think, Japanese home cooking is not fiddly, nor time consuming. It's quick and remarkably simple, thanks to the Japanese philosophy that fresh, seasonal food doesn't need much to enhance its natural flavour.… (more)
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Title:Gohan: Everyday Japanese Cooking: Memories and Stories from My Family's Kitchen
Authors:Emiko Davies (Author)
Info:Smith Street Books (2023), 272 pages
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Simple, everyday Japanese cooking from best-selling author Emiko Davies. Unlike what many people think, Japanese home cooking is not fiddly, nor time consuming. It's quick and remarkably simple, thanks to the Japanese philosophy that fresh, seasonal food doesn't need much to enhance its natural flavour.

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