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SOURCE: Sue Rice Inc.
On Saturday, December 8th at 1 p.m. EST, Nancy Singleton Hachisu, the author of the runaway hit Japanese Farm Food will be interviewed exclusively by Sue Rice, the editor and publisher of Midway Cafe magazine. Hachisu's book is more than a cookbook with reflections on love, life and community living in the Japanese countryside as an American. The interview will be a rare peek into the inspiration behind the book and the remarkable woman who wrote it.
Paris, France (PRWEB) December 05, 2012
On Saturday December 8th at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time,Nancy Singleton Hachisu, the author of Japanese Farm Food, the runaway hit cookbook of the season, will be interviewed. To register for this exclusive interview, you can go to http://reinvent.midwaycafemagazine.com/nancy
In the interview,Hachisu will share the inspiration behind the Japanese Farm Food cookbook. She will talk about her life, the particular challenges of living in rural Japan and even share some recipes with listeners. Spaces are limited so click here to reserve a seat to this fascinating interview.
Hachisu is an American who has spent the last two decades running an organic farm and English-speaking school in the Japanese countryside. The cookbook blends recipes of simple Japanese country cooking with anectodes of her life married to a Japanese farmer. It is full of wit and philosophy and charming stories, not to mention delicious, simple recipes. Through her cookbook, she makes Japan and Japanese cuisine accessible to everyone.
To get a seat to the interview, go to http://reinvent.midwaycafemagazine.com/nancy
Japanese Farm Food has been selected on the top 10 list of many of the most prestigous lists including Food and Wine Magazine and Martha Stewart Living. She has also received rave reviews from dozens of newspapers including the New York Times.
The interview with Nancy Singleton Hachisu will be conducted by Sue Rice, editor/publisher of the Midway Cafe Magazine. This interview is one in a series of the Midway Cafe Talk Series.
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