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Good reference book for Japanese noodle lovers.
Also, find where your local well stocked Asian Grocery store is at, as you will need to visit them for a few things that you won't find in a normal grocery store.
His Japanese recipes are very solid and traditional recipes with beautiful presentation and photos.
I was very pleased with the easy to make and easy to follow recipesPublished 3 months ago by Peter B. Gaunce
Takash's Noodles has clearly written recipes that even this novice can understand! And the results are just
fabulous.... Read more
This book has great recipes and photos. Most of the ingredients are easy to find in a decent grocery store... lots of starting points to build from.Published 12 months ago by Joshua Kuensting
I haven't used this book enough yet to really see what's in it, but the recipes I have used have been excellent. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Margaret S. Kass
this book has recipes for all the major noodle types, ramen, udon, somen, soba, including stir fried and broth style dishes. Read morePublished 14 months ago by zach hillberry
So often we end up buying cook books that try to cover all aspects of a style of cuisine. I already had a couple of Japanese cookbooks but this one is topic specific and really... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Chrisinhouston