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Japanese cooking demonstration, book signing by cookbook author

On Saturday, March 9th starting at 12:00 PM (noon), Miso Market will host Debra Samuels for a hands on demonstration on how to cook a Japanese style Lunch box using Japanese-American cuisine followed by a signing of her book, My Japanese Table: A Lifetime of Cooking with Friends and Family. Come in and Join in on the fun and learn how to cook something new!

Miso Market is in Porter Square, Cambridge 1963 Massachusetts Ave.

Cambridge, MA 02140

Debra Samuels is an American cookbook author and a regular contributor to the Boston Globe. She has been a co-writer of many Japanese food culture books as well as writing her own in 2011. Debra has lived on and off in Japan and America, taking in experiences of Japanese cuisine and transferring her knowledge into an easy to interpret American style of cooking. 

We will be starting the cooking demonstration at Noon, including a hands-on Bento making activity for customers to take home their own small lunch box. The activity will take between 20-40 minutes, and will run every hour (Noon, 1PM, 2PM, 3PM). We expect about 12 people to be able to participate at each demonstration. There is no participation fee, so feel free to join in if you are interested in Japanese cooking. Book signings will be held during clean-up between demonstrations and after the event (around 3-4PM). We will also have her book on sale for $27.50, as well as many cute bento supplies from Tokai for sale!

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