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Your Home Izakaya

Fun and Simple Recipes Inspired by the Drinking-and-Dining Dens of Japan

Author: Tim Anderson  

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Simple Japanese food, which is perfect for everyday dinners or special occasions.

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Simple Japanese food, which is perfect for everyday dinners or special occasions.

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In Your Home Izakaya, chef Tim Anderson explores the ‘anything goes’ concept of izakaya by showcasing over 100 flavour-packed recipes.

Izakaya began as sake stores that allowed their customers to drink on the premises, and, over time, they began to serve food as well. The food is simple to prepare but big on flavour, making it conducive to sociable snacking in between gulps of booze.

From Shredded Daikon and Watercress Salad and Sweetcorn with Shoyu Butter, to Spicy Sesame Ramen Salad and Udon Carbonara with Bacon Tempura, the recipes are impressive yet simple to achieve and no specialist equipment is needed. Plus, it includes a guide on how to stock a Japanese bar as well as how to knock up a few choice cocktails.

Full of delicious dishes, Your Home Izakaya is perfect for anyone wanting to make show-off food fit for a dinner party with minimum fuss and maximum fun.

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Critic Reviews

“[ Your Home Izakaya has] some of the most genuinely inspiring food writing I've seen in years. You'll want to cook pretty much every recipe in this one.”

[Your Home Izakaya has] some of the most genuinely inspiring food writing I’ve seen in years. You’ll want to cook pretty much every recipe in this one. Tim Hayward, Financial Times

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About the Author

Tim Anderson is a chef, writer, restaurateur, and MasterChef champion. Born and raised in Wisconsin, Tim has been studying Japanese food culture for more than two decades, first as a hobby, then as a profession. He majored in Japanese studies at university, where he was awarded a grant to conduct independent research on local food museums in Japan. Subsequently, he lived in Fukuoka prefecture for two years to further develop his knowledge of Japanese food, and then moved to London, where he won MasterChef in 2011. He has since opened the Japanese ‘ramen izakaya’ restaurant Nanban, which inspired a book, Nanban: Japanese Soul Food. He is also the author of JapanEasy, VeganJapanEasy and Tokyo Stories, for which Tim won the John Avery prize at the Andre Simon Awards. 

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Product Details

Publisher
Hardie Grant Books (UK) | Hardie Grant Books
Published
14th October 2021
Pages
240
ISBN
9781784883850

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