Nancy Singleton Hachisu, cook, educator, author and doyenne of Japanese cuisine returns to The Agrarian Kitchen Cooking School & Farm to celebrate the release of her new book, “Food Artisans of Japan” published by Hardie Grant.


We consider ourselves very lucky to have the opportunity to learn from Nancy and on Sunday 1 December 2019 Nancy will teach us the fine art of grilling Japanese-style, in her hands-on full day class here at the Cooking School & Farm. If there was ever a passion that draws our two cultures together it would have to be barbecue.


Nancy Singleton Hachisu is a native Californian, Stanford graduate who has lived with her Japanese farmer husband in an 90-year-old farmhouse in rural Saitama since 1988. She is the author of four cookbooks: Japanese Farm Food (Andrews McMeel, Sept. 2012), Preserving the Japanese Way, (Andrews McMeel, Aug. 2015), Japan: The Cookbook (Phaidon, April 2018), and Food Artisans of Japan (Hardie Grant, Nov 2019). Hachisu’s work has been translated into French, Italian, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Dutch, and Japanese. 


Hachisu appears frequently in Japanese media, documenting her preserving and farm food life as well as visits to artisanal producers in more remote areas of Japan to advocate for Japan’s disappearing food traditions. Hachisu also assisted on and appeared in the Salt episode of Netflix’s runaway hit: Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat.


Come and spend the day harvesting and cooking with this legend of Japanese food. 


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special event

JAPANESE BARBECUE WITH NANCY SINGLETON HACHISU

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JAPANESE BARBECUE

WITH

NANCY SINGLETON HACHISU

led by Nancy Singleton Hachisu



9.00am to 4.30pm

AU$450 per person


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Inclusions

Tour of vegetable garden and farm

Hands-on experience

Lunch matched with wine

Recipes


Maximum No. of Guests

10


Next Class

Sunday 1 December 2019


How to Book