Cook This Hot Pot! Need Recipe Testers for New Cookbook

Cook This Hot Pot! Need Recipe Testers for New Cookbook

Announcing the upcoming release of the Japanese hot pot cookbook 'Japanese Hot Pots: Comforting One-Pot Meals'. Join the team of volunteer hot pot recipe testers and gain insight into Japanese cuisine while working with Chef Tadashi Ono and Harris. No prior recipe testing experience needed, just a love for Japanese cuisine and hot pot dishes. Contact harris [at] gmail [dot] com to participate.

UPDATE: The book is done and comes out in October! Please check out Amazon for Japanese Hot Pots: Comforting One-Pot Meals

Calling all friends of the Japanese Food Report around the world! Just in time for winter, Chef Tadashi Ono and I have started a new project: To write a Japanese hot pot cookbook for the Ten Speed Press, one of America's most prestigious cookbook publishers. We're whipping up hotpots fast and furious, but we need your help. We're now organizing a team of volunteer hot pot recipe testers to help us evaluate the dishes we put together.

What does that mean? As a recipe tester, we'll send you hot pot recipes we write along with a response form. You'll cook them, and tell us what you think. Do the instructions work for you? Did the dish turn out delicious? (But, of course.) Anything confusing or unclear?

We want to make sure the recipes we write are as good as possible, and would love to have you try them out.

No prior recipe testing experience needed. We're just looking for enthusiastic home cooks who hunger (so to speak) to learn more about Japanese cuisine and hot pot dishes. You'll gain insight into how a cookbook is put together, too, and work with me and Tadashi.

Interested?

Please email me at harris [dot] salat [at] gmail [dot] com. Tell me a little about yourself and where you're located (anywhere is fine).

Domo arigato gozaimasu! Harris