Cooking

Sutekina Okashi

Author: Keiko Ishida

Publisher: Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page:

View: 228

Sutekina Okashi means “lovely sweets” and this is talented baker Keiko Ishida’s follow-on book to her bestselling Okashi: Sweet Treats Made with Love. In this collection, Keiko shares new ideas for making even more tempting confections using French-style baking techniques and Japanese flavours. She also includes a section on astrological herbal treats made using ingredients and herbs linked to the zodiac signs, to inject fun and exciting flavours into baking. With easy-to-follow recipes, step-by-step pictures and essential information on baking techniques, this book provides the necessary guidance that new bakers will appreciate, while delighting all who love baking with its delightful range of recipes.
Social Science

Japanese Humour

Author: M. Wells

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 196

View: 471

This is not a book of jokes. It is about how people make rules about humour: rules about what humour is, what it is not, what it should and should not be, when it should and should not be used, what type of humour is permissible and what type forbidden, what is good and bad about humour, what should be considered funny and what should not. The book offers a framework for a general understanding of why and how societies make rules about the use of humour, and how those rules affect patterns of communication and the development of humour and comedy.