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Book by Morimoto Masaharu

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The mind of Morimoto 12 octobre 2007
Par Cast Iron Chef - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
IMO, one of the most innovative chefs of our time. I absolutely love his combination of knowledge of tradition, combined with his blatent disregard of the constraints of tradition. The photography is superb, showing his mastery of plating skills and hinting at his highly advanced knife skills. He clearly goes beyond traditional Japanese cuisine, bringing in influences from multiple other cuisines. While this is certainly a great coffee table book to look through just for inspiration and to stir conversation, it is also a great book for the innovative chef to cook from.

My only minor, very minor, criticism is that a few of the pages have the text written over a background pattern, making it a bit difficult to read those few pages. It's worth the effort to read them anyhow.

This book has been carefully edited and is a most readable English, having lost none of the skill of the chef from it's editing. Actually, the editing enhances your understanding of what Morimoto is thinking. He is an obviously sophisticated thinker in terms of how he designs 'his cuisine.' The recipies are really quite straighforward, simple in the Japanese sense of having worked hard to remove complexity. Some of the ingredients are not common, but to worry about that is to miss the point of the book - innovative fusion cuisine at it's finest. You are given sources for ingredients, so you should be able to duplicate the recipies nonetheless. This book challenges your preconceptions with stimulating recipies, beckoning you to stretch your own culinary skills.

When the likes of Mario Batali, Anthony Bourdain, and Ferran Adrin, all masterfully innovative chefs, praise this work, I know I'm in good company.
36 internautes sur 38 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Very Elegant Cookbook, With Recipes That Are Both Difficult and Delicious... 16 janvier 2008
Par James Wright - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Aesthetically, this cookbook is quite grand, offering tons of full-page, color pictures, and even entire spreads dedicated to demonstrating the process of properly slicing fish, sashimi-style. The pictures pop on nearly every page, and it gets you ready to cook, ready to sharpen your knifes. The only issue? Almost every recipe contains very difficult-to-find ingredients, and a quick read through of what is actually needed can be a bit of a reality check. You realize that only by going to a specialty market will you be able to recreate the dish, and therefore cooking these recipes requires a bit more dedication than you may be used to with your other cookbooks--this one can require planning ahead.

But don't get me wrong--if you are serious about cooking and about experiencing some of Morimoto's brilliant, layered flavors, then this cookbook is a great item. From what I have made, I can say that all the dishes have been fantastic--worth the effort, and really tasty (I've cooked the steak with Asian seasonings, the prosciutto-wrapped diver scallops in roasted sweet onions, and the tuna pizza). The only thing I wish the book went into a bit more is the process of making sushi. Morimoto does include his recipe for the perfect sushi rice, but never really gets into the specifics of making sushi at home (and it doesn't help that there are tons of colorful pictures showing vast arrays of sushi, none of which are joined by a recipe).

In the end, you have a section of the cookbook titled "For Contemplation," and some desserts. Both include many somewhat bizarre-sounding dishes created around seafood--squid, for example, and whether or not I would ever actually consider cooking any of these dishes I'm not sure. This cookbook, to be sure, is for those that enjoy the time spent in the kitchen, and want to take on some challenges. Morimoto don't play around, and he certainly doesn't play by convention....
22 internautes sur 22 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Interesting Read. 5 novembre 2007
Par K. Olsen-Keyser - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I simply love Morimoto!

The best part of this book is not so much the recipes, but the insight into japanese cooking, tools, spices and flavoring. If it were not for Morimoto, I would never have know that I have been eating sushi the wrong way all of these years!

The recipes that you will most likely use and find invaluable can be found in the back of the book and include broths and sauces. Many of the dishes seem rather simple to make and do not require any high end items or foreign ingredients - the Japanese Egg Castella being my personal favorite.

This book receives four stars only because I wish it contained more recipes!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Morimoto in his own words...without that goofy tv translator! 25 septembre 2011
Par Armando N. Roman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Masaharu Morimoto is one of the few chefs I've seen on tv that I've been really impressed with. His execution is flawless, everything he makes looks delicious even if it involves a food I don't like, and he just plain seems like a cool guy. His book, Morimoto: The New Art of Japanese Cooking offers a ton of great recipes as well as some background information on Morimoto, and his insights on certain aspects of Japanese cuisine and presentation. There have been some minor criticisms that this book isn't exactly traditional Japanese cuisine, and the title of the book should make it clear that he wasn't going for that, but reading the introduction, you'll understand why Morimoto doesn't want to be held back by tradition. He wants to make new things, try new takes on old dishes, and enjoys combining one style with another. Take one look at his tuna pizza, found in the Sashimi and Sushi section, and you'll see how seemingly crazy ideas work.

The book is divided into the following main chapters:

Sashimi and Sushi
Rice, Noodles, Breads, and Soups
Fish and Shellfish
Duck, Chicken, Pork, Beef, and Lamb
Vegetables, Tofu, and Eggs
Recipes to Contemplate
Stocks, Oils, Spices, and Sauces

I'm no chef, but recipes are written so simply that it's hard to mess up anything in here. Ingredients that might not be found at your local store can be found at the specialty markets in the back of the book (though there is a typo saying that one Uwajimaya shop is in Beaverton, Washington...when in fact Beaverton is in Oregon). The majority of the recipes have short introductions by Morimoto where he describes the dish or talks about how he came up with it, and the presentation of the book is beautiful. If anything, my only complaint is that there could be a few more pictures for some dishes, but 90% of them are covered perfectly. I especially liked the chapter breaks where Morimoto talks about Japanese knives, seaweed, plating and more. He comes off as a teacher giving history lessons on the subjects, and genuinely wanting to help out those who read the book, and never sounds full of himself. The introduction alone is worth checking out this book. Morimoto really did work his way to the top, and I have full respect for the guy.

If you haven't picked up a copy yet, do so before it goes out of print again. I'm a picky eater but this book has encouraged me to try new things. Here's hoping for a second book that's just as good or even better, if possible, than this one.
15 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Reference book 26 décembre 2007
Par Valerie Usowski - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Christmas Day '07 - I decided to make a dinner solely out of recipes from Chef Morimoto's cookbook. My first course consisted of the miso braised short ribs tempura. The short ribs that are available to most grocery customers are definitely not a good or as meaty as the ones restaurants receive. This is common knowledge. The ribs lacked the flavor I expected and I thought that the ribs were better without the tempura than with. My second course was the crispy duck. I followed the directions and bought all the necessary ingredients, but was disappointed with the results. For all of the rubbing and dipping I expected the duck to have killer flavor, but it fell short of my desires. All the food I made tasted good it was just not as good as I had hoped. You just can't beat the real deal.
The introductory pages and informational inserts were excellent. There is a ton of worthwhile educational reading in the book. Sadly, there are some pages with a horizontal background that are difficult to read. I have watched Chef Morimoto on television and have frequented his restaurant and will leave our relationship that way.
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