The Zen of Fish In The Zen of Fish , Trevor Corson follows the training of an unlikely student (young, female, Irish-Italian) at an innovative L.A.-based program run by… The Zen of Fish In The Zen of Fish , Trevor Corson follows the training of an unlikely student (young, female, Irish-Italian) at an innovative L.A.-based program run by… 2007-05-29 Cooking/Home Nonfiction HarperCollins
Book Review

The Zen of Fish (2007)

EW's GRADE
B+

Details Release Date: May 29, 2007; Writer: Trevor Corson; Genres: Cooking/Home, Nonfiction; Publisher: HarperCollins

In The Zen of Fish, Trevor Corson follows the training of an unlikely student (young, female, Irish-Italian) at an innovative L.A.-based program run by an exacting Japanese headmaster.

Fun Fact
In Japan, sushi apprentices can spend up to two years learning how to prepare rice.

Lowdown
Modest, unpretentious, and personal — it offers the familiar comfort of an omakase lunch at a fave strip-mall eatery.

Originally posted May 18, 2007 Published in issue #935 May 25, 2007 Order article reprints
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