Cuisine in the Japanese Way

Japan is noted not just for its temples, shrines, Kabuki (dance-drama), tea ceremonies, museums and some of the most advanced, state-of-the-art technologies in the world but also for its unique and distinctive cuisine. It is deservedly famous for its artistic, pains-taking and aesthetically-pleasing presentation of food. Japanese cooks aim to please the eye as well as the palate. More

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ISBN: 9781476036151
About John Skull

I was brought up in a home that had no books. My hard-working parents were so involved in keeping a roof over our heads and food on the table that there was no money for books and little time for reading. Sounds a bit like a sketch from "Monty Python", doesn't it?
Fortunately for me , they saw the benefits that a good education can produce and, over the years, I attended four tertiary institutions to gain academic qualifications, the final one being a Ph.D.
I had a period in the British Army ( Intelligence Corps), serving mainly in Europe.
I ran a marathon once – and once was enough!
I taught in 2 Primary schools and specialised in English in three High schools and three uni's.
Publishers in The U.K. , Australia and the U.S.A have been brave enough to publish 14 of my books- all educational - mostly non-fiction, factual stuff. I've also written children's stories, and recently quite a few e-books. I’ve enjoyed it and it's kept me out of mischief!

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