Ellen Brown gained the national limelight in 1982 as the founding food editor of USA Today. She is the author of 18 cookbooks, including the IACP/Seagrams award-winning Gourmet Gazelle Cookbook (Bantam Books). Her writing has appeared in more than two dozen publications, including the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times syndicate, Bon Appetit, the Baltimore Sun, the San Francisco Chronicle, and Diversion. In 1985, she was honored by Cook's Magazine, which selected her for inclusion in the prestigious “Who's Who of Cooking in America.”
Sushi with Styleby Ellen Brown
We all know that sushi is tasty and very good for us, but did you also know it's easy to make at home, open to endless variations, and relatively inexpensive? This appealing guide explains all that you need to know to become a sushi superstar. Complete with a history of the art of rolling and a basics section with advice on everything from picking the right makisu… See more details below
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We all know that sushi is tasty and very good for us, but did you also know it's easy to make at home, open to endless variations, and relatively inexpensive? This appealing guide explains all that you need to know to become a sushi superstar. Complete with a history of the art of rolling and a basics section with advice on everything from picking the right makisu (that's a bamboo mat for the uninitiated) to correctly roasting sesame seeds, it helps you quickly master the few required cooking skills. If you're new to the sushi experience, and somewhat squeamish about the concept of raw fish, you can start-out by making vegetarian rolls before working up to the traditional Chicken Teriyaki, Futomaki with Scallion, or the inventive BLT Futomaki.
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I gave this to son who loves sushi ( not me). He is very pleased with it
I get dissapointed by cookbooks that just give recipes. You can go online for that. This gives history and the kind of information that helps you feel more passionate about what you are making.
We bought one of these kits a year ago when my husband got an itch to learn to make sushi after watching it on tv. He loves the kit! Then our adult children thought it was really cool, so this year, when we had our "mystery gift exchange" on Christmas Eve, we got another of the kits as our contribution. Everyone fought to get the Sushi Kit! It was a lot of fun, and our daughter has given it rave reviews. Nice to have everything in one kit when you are just trying something out....
I really liked this product because it gave you everything you need to start you sushi making experience. The general information about sushi and several recipes. Great gift for yourself or for someone who wants to learn about making sushi.
I gave this as a gift for Christmas and the recipient has already made Sushi 3 times. They enjoyed the motivation, basic information and the excitement of learning. And they have loved eating what they made.