Sonoko Sakai | KCET
Hello, I am Sonoko Sakai. I am a cooking teacher. I also worked in the movie world buying and producing films for many years, but I always had one foot in the food world, until I decided to leave the film world ten years ago and devote full time to teach cooking and writing about food. My family is from Japan. I was born in New York and grew up there, Tokyo, Kamakura, San Francisco, Mexico City and Los Angeles. I live in Los Angeles and Tehachapi with my husband, Katsuhisa Sakai, a dog and two cats.
Post date: 2017-11-20T11:20:03-08:00
Whole grain activist and Japanese culinary expert Sonoko Sakai wrote these commandments more than 30 years ago. She continues to stand by these tenets of Japanese cooking today.
Post date: 2017-11-20T10:22:30-08:00
In Japan, soba noodles are a serious matter. Great soba restaurants are found through word of mouth and are a highlight of a meal. Learn how to make your own with the help of whole grain activist and Japanese culinary expert, Sonoko Sakai.