Iron Chef The Official Book Already a longtime hit in Japan Iron Chef is taking over America and this is the first and only official guide to the culinary equivalent of the Friday night fights Orange County Register Each episod

  • Title: Iron Chef: The Official Book
  • Author: Fuji Television Kaoru Hoketsu
  • ISBN: 9780425180884
  • Page: 160
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Already a longtime hit in Japan, Iron Chef is taking over America and this is the first and only official guide to the culinary equivalent of the Friday night fights Orange County Register.Each episode of this oddly addictive show features a cook off between one of the valiant Iron Chefs and a guest chef bold enough to challenge him With pro wrestling style theatAlready a longtime hit in Japan, Iron Chef is taking over America and this is the first and only official guide to the culinary equivalent of the Friday night fights Orange County Register.Each episode of this oddly addictive show features a cook off between one of the valiant Iron Chefs and a guest chef bold enough to challenge him With pro wrestling style theatrics, bad dubbing, and high intensity plate by plate commentary, Iron Chef has boiled over into a bona fide phenomenon.The book first published in Japan but with added material for the American audience features full color photos, an episode guide, recipes, interviews with all the Iron Chefs, and much The heat is ond the fans mouths will be watering for this authentic insider s guide.

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    1. When I first saw Iron Chef on TV, I was on vacation, and the show was on the hotel TV. I remember sitting there on the edge of the stiff-as-a-board mattress, open mouthed, hand on the remote. It wasn't long before the remote was tossed aside and I tucked into watch this amazing, unique show. It was everything a foodie and halfway decent chef such as myself could thoroughly enjoy. I'd read Saburo Sakai's (related to the chef, perhaps?) account of being a Japanese fighter pilot in WWII (amazon/gp/ [...]


    2. Iron Chef found me in college, and after that I was hooked. It made me want to cook creatively, and for years after that initial discovery, as I had my own apartment, I made as complicated and tasty recipes as a novice can make in a single pot. After a while, I discovered I had the ability to taste flavor combinations mentally and developed that skill for a while. Eventually, I got married and found that while I enjoyed my wife's cooking, she didn't care for the crazy adventures embodied in mine [...]


    3. When Iron Chef hit the airwaves, it was a breath of fresh air, with its "over the top" presentation, and its use of a thematic ingredient for the battle. For many years I wondered how much of it was "real", or was it "rigged" like professional wrestling? Well, it appears that it was for real, and all the cooking was actually done in one hour! The book presents an overview of the series, containing interviews with all the Iron Chefs, coverage of every battle fought, chef recipes, and and a pletho [...]


    4. Iron Chef is a classic food TV series. It translates well into a book. I am not a professional chef, but love reading about food and reading recipes. I am hoping osmosis will work. I wish that there were recipes which accompanied the menu and photo selections. I realize I will probably never get my hand on truffles and $1,000 beef (or other expensive and rare ingredients) but I would like to read about what the chefs used. The last chapter contained various successful challengers' restaurant loc [...]


    5. this is the greatest book ever written.Ok really it is not, I just like Iron Chef a whole hell of a lot. It's a fun collection of trivia and battle records from the show, including several recipes (which you'll never be able to make unless you're a millionaire) and biographies of chefs who won battles vs. the Iron Chefs. Plus, it's translated from Japanese, so it's fun to read.


    6. This book brought back fun memories from college. My friends and I got such a kick out of watching this show and the crazy foods and the screwy translations when we were "partying." My favorite one was the eels when they were just throwing them in pots alive and they were all squirming around crazy!


    7. A very interesting look at what went on behind the scenes at Iron Chef. Interviews with each of the Iron Chefs along with a comprehensive list of all the battles complete with main ingredient, winner, challenger, etcI only wish this was still airing in America - so that I could see them now.*Also included are some recipes!*


    8. It was neat to see some of the very creative dishes that these competing chefs invented, or gave twists to. But, I did not get all that excited about reading of the competitions--possibly because it was mostly the Japanese show (which gave rise to other versions).


    9. a behind the scenes look at iron chef, interviews with the chefs, how they feel about the show, the costumes, and each other, plus real recipes actually prepared and tested on the show. it is a good book for any iron chef fan


    10. Full of interesting behind the scenes tidbits, full episode listings, and interviews with the Iron Chefs. A must for any fan of the (original Japanese version) of the show.


    11. so this is totally japanesee. it's cheesy just like the show. i can't believe the american iron chef sucks so much.



    12. The chef bios were interesting, but the rest wasn't that great. I bought it from a used bookstore so I guess I got my money's worth.



    13. Interesting background information on the popular cooking show. Obviously translated from Japanese, might have been better in the original.




    14. Read it in high school when the iron chef was a kooky thing that wasn't Americanized completely yet. Nice info and backgrounds on chefs.


    15. Yeah, I'm an Iron Chef junkie. The show just can't be beat for pure entertainment, and the book is as much fun as the show.


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