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Tantalizing seafood recipes from the kitchens of a superchef.Nobu Matsuhisa should need little introduction. With his multinational and ever expanding empire of twelve restaurants in the United States, United Kingdom, Italy and Japan-others will be coming soon to Paris and Sydney-he has become the most talked-about restaurateur of recent years and arguably the world?s greatest sushi chef. This is the man, after all, who has lured legions of celebrities-regulars include Robert De Niro, Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman, Barbara Streisand, Giorgio Armani, Demi Moore, Madonna,...the list goes on-with his unique and original combination of the finest skills and ingredients of Japanese cuisine with an imaginative acceptance of Western, particularly South American, cooking.In Nobu: The Cookbook-his first book in any language-Nobu reveals the secrets to his food and indeed the essence of all Japanese cuisine: the art of using very simple techniques to bring out the latent flavors in the very best ingredients that the world?s oceans have to offer. He has presented fifty original recipes for fish and seafood that include all the signature dishes-Matsuhisa Shrimp, Live Octopus Tiradito, Squid Pasta, Black Cod (De Niro?s favorite), New Style Sashimi and Sashimi Salad (Tom Cruise?s favorite). There is a chapter dedicated to sushi where readers can learn how to make Nobu''s own highly original Soft Shell Crab Roll, Salmon Skin Roll and House Special Roll. Eleven salad and vegetable dishes and four Nobu dessert recipes have been added so that anyone can recreate that exclusive Nobu dinner in their own kitchen. There is even a special chapter about alcoholic accompaniments.Nobu: The Cookbook, however, is not just about food and cooking, it also introduces the story of Nobu?s rich and varied life. It is the story of a boy from the country who became one of the most renowned chefs of his generation after working in Peru and Argentina and seeing his first restaurant in Alaska go up in flames before his eyes. It is the story of a Japanese man who was befriended by America?s rich and famous and went into the restaurant business with De Niro in New York, and more recently, Giorgio Armani in Milan. His friends also appear in the book. There is a foreword by De Niro, an introduction by Martha Stewart and an afterword by Ken Takakura, the internationally renowned Japanese actor. Matsuhisa Nobuyuki, Books, Food and Drink, International, Nobu: The Cookbook Books>Food and Drink>International, Kodansha International

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[SR: 288283], Gebundene Ausgabe, [EAN: 9784770025333], Kodansha Intl, Kodansha Intl, Book, [PU: Kodansha Intl], Kodansha Intl, Excruciatingly chic to the highest degree, the Nobu restaurants are among the hardest to get into on three continents. They are the personal inspiration of a Japanese sushi-trained chef, Nobuyuki Matsuhisa, who, with unusual experiences in Peru, Argentina, and Alaska behind him, was fortunate enough to open an establishment in Los Angeles into which part-time restaurant entrepreneur and actor Robert De Niro happened to wander. During those years on the Pacific coast, Nobu began to experiment, combining the pure, fresh, uncomplicated flavors of sushi with the Western flavors of garlic, chili, and coriander. As he attracted a more upscale clientele, he complemented those flavors with luxury ingredients such as truffles and caviar. Nobu: The Cookbook represents the current state of play. Exquisite, expensive, and breathtakingly stylish, this food is designed to impress with its artful simplicity. Perhaps the two most representative dishes are the most celebrated: the New-Style Sushi, in which raw fish is given a sizzling dressing of hot oil; and the beautiful Black Cod with Miso, marinated in sake, mirin, and miso for three days then grilled and baked and served with a single ikebana-like spear of pickled juvenile ginger. Altogether a beautiful production. There are aspects of this cooking, however, that for all its glamour may require the turning of a blind eye. How many home cooks will be prepared to disembowel a live octopus? And eyebrows may be raised among environmentalists at Nobu's championing of Arctic sea bass, a fish known before its cosmetic rechristening a few years ago as Patagonian tooth fish and that is likely to become extinct within three years through illegal overfishing in the southern oceans. Food for thought. --Robin Davidson, Amazon.co.uk, 64157011, Japanisch, 64152011, Asiatisch, 64150011, Regional & International, 64085011, Kochen & Genießen, 54071011, Genres, 52044011, Fremdsprachige Bücher, 1317054031, Fisch & Meeresfrüchte, 1317045031, Kochen nach Zutaten, 64085011, Kochen & Genießen, 54071011, Genres, 52044011, Fremdsprachige Bücher

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Nobu the Cookbook
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Matsuhisa, Nobuyuki

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Nobu the Cookbook

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9784770025333

With his multinational empire of restaurants, Nobu has become the world's greatest sushi chef. In his first book, he reveals the raw secrets of his exciting, cutting-edge Japanese cuisine. 180 photos.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9784770025333
ISBN (ISBN-10): 4770025335
Gebundene Ausgabe
Erscheinungsjahr: 2001
Herausgeber: KODANSHA INTL
200 Seiten
Gewicht: 1,093 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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