California-born Nancy Singleton Hachisu went to Japan in 1988 in search of sushi and stayed for love. Over these past three decases she’s become an expert in the cuisine of her adopted homeland. For her latest book, Japan: The Cookbook, Hachisu spent years cultivating relationships with those who understood the traditions of Japanese cooking, from nuns to grandmothers. Listen in to this episode of Speaking Broadly to hear entertaining stories about cross-cultural understanding, food, starting out as the “resident bride” in her in-laws house and more.

Nancy Singleton Hachisu author photo - Carlyn Thompson

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