CITY GRIT presents: Nancy Singleton Hachisu, author of Japanese Farm Food

Hey y’all—we are back and thrilled to kick off this fall with an international food superstar coming all the way to us from Japan!  Nancy Singleton Hachisu is one of those people that all chefs look up to, with her intense knowledge and passion for Japanese food, tools and traditions.  This California native has been living with her organic farmer husband on a Japanese farm for almost 30 years.  Nancy’s first cookbook, Japanese Farm Food, is a staple in households across the globe.  Her sophomore book, Preserving the Japanese Way, will be out in 2015 and has recipes featured in the current issue of Food & Wine.

Nancy is all about authenticity of Japanese food and without the very best artisanal products it is difficult to get Japanese dishes just right—but you are in luck because she has packed those goodies in her suitcase and brought them over from Japan--that's far y'all!

Come join us as we usher in a new season with Nancy and in a new CITY GRIT locale at our good friend Dave Santos’ Louro Restaurant in the West Village.

When: Tuesday, October 14th at 7:30pm
Where: Louro Restuarant 142 West 10th Street 
Price: $85 for one, $160 for two

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