CIBI ('a little one') is a book on home-style Japanese cooking inspired by the eponymous Melbourne cafe and design space created by Meg and Zenta Tanaka.
It contains more than 80 seasonally relevant recipes across vegetables, fish and seafood, meat, grains and noodles, and sweets, plus small features on elements of Japanese cooking and food culture, accompanied by beautiful photography and illustrations.
The recipes, many designed for sharing, strongly reflect Meg and Zenta's ethos _ a fresh approach to simplicity using quality produce. CIBI incorporates elements of Japanese design culture and glimpses of their young family's worlds in Collingwood, Tokyo, and Meg_s birthplace, Okayama, alongside snapshots (in words and pictures) of the CIBI-feel: an enjoyment of food, community and sharing.
Format: Hardback, Full Colour, 232 Pages
Dimensions: 28.5cm x 19cm
Author: Tanaka, Meg & Zenta
Publisher: Hardie Grant Books
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