Makiko Sano con Shoku-Iku: Japanese Conscious Eating for a Long and Healthy Life
'They had us at sushi, but there's more to Japanese cuisine and it's largely dairy and gluten-free.' --Grazia, 17th February 2015
Makiko Sano grew up in Tokyo, Japan, where she was immersed in cooking from a young age. Her cooking inspiration comes from the females in her family: her mother, grandmother and her aunts, their bustling Japanese kitchens and food styles. Her family was all about preparing meals from scratch. She has lived in London for the past 20 years with her four children. Makiko's restaurant, Suzu, specializes in Japanese tapas, including traditional sushi, sashimi and tempura as well as dishes that she has created herself. She decided to offer sushi classes because people kept on asking how to make it and she has now taught thousands of people. Makiko's first book Sushi Slim, also for Quadrille, was published in April 2013.