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Easy Japanese Cooking: Donburi Mania (Anglais) Broché – 14 avril 2009

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Born in Tokyo in 1972, Kentaro Kobayashi studied art in school, and after graduating from Musashino Art School, he started working as an illustrator.

His mother--cooking personality and award-winning cookbook author, Katsuyo Kobayashi--is
known by millions in Japan for her TV show, Today's Cooking, and not only challenged, but also proved victorious against Iron Chef Chinese Chen Kenichi in 1994, handily vanquishing him in the "Potato Battle" episode of IronChef, one of the few female chefs to ever win in Kitchen Stadium.

No surprise that Kentaro turned his attention to cooking. Like his mom, he is known for creating fun, easy-to-make recipes--albeit with a more Western flavor--and also has appeared on television, magazines, and radio, becoming popular with the motto "Nice and easy, practical food with style." He is known to have revolutionized Japanese conceptions
of good eating. His best-selling cookbook is all about transforming convenience-store products into attractive hot meals.

He frequently incorporates his artistic training working as a chef and illustrator for magazines and book stores, creating logos, and has co-authored works with his mother. To date, Kentaro has authored or co-authored more than 15 cookbooks.

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Tasty, easy to prepare recipes! 18 octobre 2009
Par J. HIGGS - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
My husband and I are Americans currently living in Japan, and we are tremendous fans of donburi, the quintessential Japanese comfort food (donburi are steaming bowls of rice topped with savory toppings). We saw this in a Kinokuniya bookstore and admired the recipes and beautiful color photos, but decided to order through Amazon (of course, Amazon had the better price!). Our order arrived without incident, and we have tried a number of the recipes in the month that we've had this book (including Tuna Omelet Donburi, Spicy Tofu Donburi, and Egg and Ham Donburi). They have all been delicious and very easy to make! The recipes are for 2 servings, so they are perfect for us. The ingredients are not outrageously hard to find, which makes these recipes great for American and Japanese households alike (it's nice to know that I'll be able to make everything without a problem once we are back in the US). I definitely recommend this and all the other books in this series.
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Excellent dishes, easy to prepare 11 mai 2009
Par Mikie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The recipes in this book have a short prep time and is easy to make. The flavor of the dishes I have tried are excellent.

Pictures are provided for each dish, and, surprisingly, mine looked very similar to the pictures. Served them to friends and they apprecaited all the time and effort I had put into dinner! hahaha

A good buy.
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easy eats and kitchen fun 2 juin 2011
Par M. Ho - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
If you like to eat in front of the TV with your feet up on the coffee table, then "Donburi Mania" is for you. However, be prepared to spend time in the kitchen first!

Every dish has a full color picture so you can see what it's supposed to look like and can help whet your appetite when you don't know what you want to eat. Some of the ingredients will have to be hunted down in Asian markets or organic food markets. You need to stock some mirin, miso, soy sauce, ginger, sake, and sesame oil in your kitchen. Other items called for include "maitake" mushrooms, "shiso" (japanese beefsteak plant) leaves, "kamaboko" (japanese fish paste cakes) - you might try using your own substitutions.

I especially like the section on "Donburi companions: side dishes" - these can even be used as sides for a plain ol' steak or chicken dinner if you're tired of the usual potatoes. The sides resemble the little dishes you get at Korean BBQ restaurants or Japanese bars.

This book is great for cooking ideas and useful little tips on making Japanese donburi style foods. Kobayashi also encourages using your own imagination so if you like experimenting in the kitchen, then this book makes a great jumping off point.
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Does what it says on the box! 6 mars 2010
Par Medhat Barsoum - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Great donburi book! Tons of original donburi ideas and recipes. The best thing about this book is that it tells you what substitutes you can use instead of trying to find the impossible-to-find Japanese condiments. Maybe some more traditional Japanese recipes could be added to complete this book, but that's just personal taste.
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A fine introduction to meals from the land of the Rising Sun 11 mai 2009
Par Midwest Book Review - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
One doesn't have to spend years under a Japanese cook to eat authentic Japanese food. "Donburi Mania: Easy Japanese Cooking" is a guide by Kentaro Kobayashi to capturing the true essence of Japanese cooking without being a wizard of the kitchen. With a focus on donburi, a Japanese dish of fish or meat and vegetables, more than seventy types are presented, such as Cha Shao Donburi, Marinated Sashimi Donburi, and even Japanese breakfast donburi. "Donburi Mania" is a fine introduction to meals from the land of the Rising Sun.
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