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  • T.W. McDermott

    Shiro: Wit, Wisdom and Recipes from a Sushi Pioneer. $20. One of the most interesting looking books I've seen in a long time. Beautifully designed. Found it at Elliot Bay Books in Seattle.

  • Alysia Thomas

    Shiro: Wit, Wisdom and Recipes from a Sushi Pioneer: Shiro Kashiba, Ann Norton: 9780984457625: Amazon.com: Books

  • Beth Chapman

    Shiro's Sushi Restaurant - Shiro Kashiba is the most famous sushi chef in Seattle; he's been in town for more than 40 years, and he still occasionally takes the time to helm the sushi bar at his popular restaurant.

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Hurray! Another glowing review of Shiro: "Shiro Kasihba's memir should be read and taken to heart by every food lover for its celebration of simplicity and its reverence for nature's bounty." Many thanks to Ronald Holden, food blogger at Cornichon.org and writer for Crosscut.com.

We like these cute sushi buttons. Shiro should sew some on his chef's apron, don't you think?

The Story of Sushi: An Unlikely Saga of Raw Fish and Rice (P.S.) by Trevor Corson. $11.98. Author: Trevor Corson. Publisher: Harper Perennial; Reprint edition (September 2, 2008). Series - P.S.. Publication: September 2, 2008. Save 20% Off!

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Seattle poet and pie maker Kate Lebo's handmade book of real and imagined facts about pie is included in the subscription. Each copy is a numbered limited edition!

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