Metamorphosis of an L.A. Son: A Book Review

My sister-in-law got it as a Christmas gift from a friend. I saw it laying on the coffee table at my father-in-law's house. A different kind of cookbook, if you can call it that. It's more of an autobiography with recipes sandwiched between chapters. The subject of the book is no stranger to the Los... Continue Reading →

“Japanese Farm Food” by Nancy Singleton Hachisu

I saw it first at Kobo, an exceptional Japanese crafts store in Seattle's International District. It was a beautifully bound book with stunning images of simple Japanese farm food, a subject that has lately caught my interest. Flipping through the thick, almost squarish matte-finished pages was like an invitation to eat at the table of... Continue Reading →

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