TOKYO. Ein japanisches Kochbuch. Book
A trip to one of the most exciting culinary places in the world
This book is "triple" irresistible! 1. Thanks to its luxurious features with embossing, gold foil printing, and pink cut. 2. Because of the extraordinary design and photography, which makes the unbelievable variety of flavors that make up this city almost live. 3. Because of the authentic stories and recipes.
TOKYO STORIES is an exciting journey with Tokyo connoisseur Tim Anderson. He is just as at home in the labyrinths of underground department stores as in the restaurants on the top luxury hotel floors and countless noodle shops, sushi bars, and yakitori huts in between. He tracked down the recipes that best reflect the dazzling facets of the urban world of pleasure with a sure instinct. This includes a creamy corn soup from a food machine and an unexpectedly good cheese fried chicken from a convenience store. Authentic dishes such as gyoza, ramen, onigiri, homemade curries, udon, and much more are, of course a must. With over 80 recipes researched on-site, the sources of which are reflected in exciting reportage and food photos, and the author's lively anecdotes, this book is a must for every Tokyo fan and everyone who loves damn good Japanese food.
»This book is a real work of art. [...] A love story in recipes and stories."
GEO Season Extra (September 16, 2020)
Hardcover, paperboard, 256 pages
19 x 24.8 cm
approx. 150 color photographs, approx. 30 color illustrations