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Otsumami: Japanese Small Bites and Appetizers

Otsumami: Japanese Small Bites and Appetizers

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"Otsumami" explores the world of Japanese snacks and dishes meant to accompany drinks, whether enjoyed at izakaya bars, pubs, or home gatherings. From flavorful dips, pickles, and salads to sushi, sashimi, and inventive cocktails, this book offers a delightful array of small bites and dishes, catering to both seasoned Japanese cuisine enthusiasts and newcomers eager to savor these mouth-watering morsels.

176 pages
Hardback

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Atsuko Ikeda is a versatile Japanese chef, accomplished writer, and skilled food photographer. Hailing from Kyushu, the southern "Food Island" of Japan, her culinary journey began with worldly travels that ignited a passion for teaching authentic Japanese cuisine far from her homeland. Since 2008, she has been imparting her knowledge in the UK. Atsuko is the proud owner of Atsuko's Kitchen, a hub for Japanese cookery in London's vibrant Shoreditch, offering catering services and sought-after cooking classes. Furthermore, she shares her expertise by teaching sushi making at the renowned Divertimenti cookery school and delving into the study of Shojin Ryori, a wholesome vegan cuisine rooted in Japan's Buddhist traditions.

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