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Junk Food Japan: Addictive Food from Kurobuta

Junk Food Japan: Addictive Food from Kurobuta (Hardback)

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Packing a heavy punch and offering a fresh new look at Japanese food, Junk Food Japan showcases Kurobuta's `insanely delicious delicacies' (Jay Rayner, Guardian). It is food that is both incredibly inventive yet comfortingly familiar. Signature dishes featured in this exciting new cookbook include Barbecued Pork Belly, Tea Smoked Lamb and Kombu-Roasted Chilean Sea Bass. It is food full of flavour and guaranteed to wow friends, family and hungry gatecrashers.



Chapters with titles such as Snack, Junk Food Japan, Significant Others, Something Crunchy and On the Side give an idea of the gastronomic fun that is to be found within. Featuring approximately 100 recipes brilliantly showcasing Scott's wild and inventive style, Junk Food Japan presents Japanese classics with twists and turns alongside a selection of new, stunning Scott-conceived dishes, including Tuna Sashimi Pizza and Wagyu Beef Sliders. Superb photography from legendary photographer David Loftus features throughout.

Food & DrinkNational & regional cuisine Publisher: Absolute Press Publication Date: 06/04/2017 ISBN-13: 9781472919922  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Scott Hallsworth has been forging a mighty path in Japanese cuisine for nearly two decades, having worked for many years as Head Chef at the legendary Nobu in London and later opening Nobu in Melbourne in his native Australia. He has appeared on BBC1's Saturday Kitchen with more television and press profile planned. kurobuta-london.com / @KurobutaLondon / @scotthallsworth

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