Hi and welcome back to another episode of the podcast. Today I feature an interview with Lucy Seligman. Lucy is a lover of all things Japanese. She is an expert in Japanese cooking. Lucy lived in Japan for 13+ years and during that time was a restaurant critic, a food historian, and writer, the editor of Gochiso-sama!—her culinary newsletter on Japanese cuisine, and the owner of her own cooking school, Lucy’s Kitchen. In our interview today we talk about Lucy’s collection of Japanese cookbooks, her love of Osechi, and Lucy’s tips for how to stock your pantry with Japanese cooking ingredients to use during our stay-at-home orders to mitigate COVID-19.
Listen to Episode 87 below:
Things We Mention In This Episode:
- Lucy’s Blog: Thanks for The Meal
- Lucy’s Cookbook: The Wonderful World of Osechi
- Apply for next session of Hungry For a Cookbook Mastermind Group
- Download a copy of my Cookbook Writing Roadmap
- Please join our Confident Cookbook Writer Facebook Group
- Let’s connect on Instagram @greenapron
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