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Izakaya: Japanese bar food (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 12. Februar 2013

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HASH(0x93c50600) von 5 Sternen very many tantalizing recipes to try 21. März 2013
Von casey - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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although I haven't prepared any recipes from this book - got it yesterday, the book features recipes of easy to prepare authentic Japanese cuisine (here pub food) using simple, humble ingredients. Looking at the photos and imagininig how the dishes taste gets my mouth-watering. Practically every recipe is accompanied by a photograph.

I'd rate this book higher than other books written in English on Japanese pub food in terms of number of recipes for me to try at home with family and guests. Practically every recipes appeals to me.

FYI, there are more recipes including "meat" versus dishes show casing seafood. But there's also a good number of vegetable and sweet (dessert) recipes to balance out any menü. Imagine Japanese style chiles relleños in tempura batter or brown rice tea (genmai cha) ice cream. And those are just the tip of the ice berg.

Will follow up with later review regarding succes preparing the recipes at home.
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HASH(0x93c55024) von 5 Sternen Nicely written, beautifully photograpghed. Just one problem... 6. März 2014
Von D. Steinmetz - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I really enjoyed this book. It was nicely divided between salads, skewers and sweets. The photos were simply stunning. I automatically give high marks to any cookbook that shows pictures of what the finished dish is supposed to look like. But the title says 'Japanese Bar Food'. That might give some people the impression you can create dishes like you get in an American bar (i.e., a big plate of wings with lots of celery and dip, or burger 'sliders' with fries). The dishes presented here are simple and elegant, but LIGHT. In other words, simple appetizers or what the Spanish would call 'tapas' or finger food. They're not really intended to be full meals.

Most of the recipes are easy to do, although some of the ingredients may take some work to track down. Good luck with the lotus root. Unless you live close to an Asian market, I doubt you can find that one. Many of the recipes call for dashi, which is easy to make yourself (water, kombu and bonito flakes) or just use the dashi powder, available from various sellers here on Amazon. The ponzu sauce, used in a number of recipes, is just a blend of soy sauce, rice vinegar, lemon and lime juice, bonito flakes, sugar and mirin. In short, the cooking will be easy, once you jump the hurdle of securing the actual ingredients. Just keep in mind these dishes are mostly appetizers and finger food, not full meals or dinners. The recipes are easy to follow, the photos are nothing short of eye candy. Well worth the price!
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HASH(0x93c50a8c) von 5 Sternen Very pretty pictures 4. Oktober 2013
Von Ronald R. McCrum - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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the photos in the book are very nice. I do an awful lot of Japanese cooking, and am always looking for new recipes to try out. I find the recipes in the book to be a little bit wanting but I still liked the book.
HASH(0x93c55438) von 5 Sternen Love It!!! 25. November 2013
Von David Peters - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I love this book and am so happy to have added it to my collection. Great recipes and tips for Izakaya style foods!
HASH(0x93c555e8) von 5 Sternen eye appeal 11. September 2013
Von Sandra N. Dobday - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This was a gift to my daughter who says that she wants to make every recipe in the book and she will.
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