Japanese cuisine, the true and homemade one, is full of ingredients, raw materials, flavours and colours. This is the sotry of a Japanese woman who has been living in Usa for years: “coming back home, in Japan, let me understand how much different our food is, how is diverse and tasty. Above all, how it is far from that sushi and sahimi everybody knows”. An unusual recipe book on grandmother’s breakfast which is just the starting dish to tell sparks and fun advices to adapt Japanese tastes to Western ones and to stay young and slim…
Amazon Bestsellers Rank ★★★★✩
Born and grown up in Tokyo, Naomi Moriyama spent her summers in the country house of her grandparents, eating tangerines just picked up and fresh vegetables cultivated in the home garden.
After her studies in Illinois and after meeting pizza and hamburger, she came back to Japan where she ridiscovered her mum’s cuisine. Naomi is married with William Doyle, co-author of the book and she has been living for many years in Manhattan, New York City, where she worked as executive account in Procter & Gamble and then as marketing director in Home Box Office. Sempre giovani e magre is her first book: a great editorial success in Usa (where she sold more than 200.000 copies), which has already been translated in many languages.