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"Japanese Hot Pots" in the New York Times

Here's what the New York Times says about our book:

"Steaming bowls sustain body and soul in the cold months. Your grandmother probably knew how to fill this need and the Japanese certainly do, as Tadashi Ono and Harris Salat so deftly demonstrate in "Japanese Hot Pots: Comforting One Pot Meals" Once you have assembled the ingredients, the actual preparation is brief..The recipes are blueprints that welcome variation." -- Florence Fabricant

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About the Book

The Japanese have long believed that sharing a meal from a single pot forges closer relationships. Japan's beloved comfort food, hot pots, are a well-balanced and naturally nutritious bounty of vegetables, tofu, chicken, seafood, or meat, all infused with lip-smacking Japanese flavors. Japanese Hot Pots demystifies with more than fifty authentic recipes from across Japan. So gather your friends and family round the dinner table for these easy, economical, homey dishes that require minimal fuss and no special equipment — just a good appetite.