I don’t love every recipe I make. But, I don’t cook with the expectation of loving everything I make; I cook because it is fun and I love to try new things. Morimoto is one of those cookbooks where you can open it to almost any page and find something that you couldn’t have imagined on your own. Squid ink-salmon gnocchi, snapper chips, seafood roasted in a hollowed orange, these are just a tiny sampling of the recipes. The things he makes are innovative and brilliant, although fairly intimidating even for a seasoned cook.
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