I was recently interviewed for my first podcast as a guest on Cookbook Love, hosted by the very charming Maggie Green of the Green Apron company.
We had a wide-ranging conversation that included self publishing my cookbook, my favorite cookbook authors, my cookbook collection, and how am I cooking Japanese food during the pandemic. Also, we talked about my go-to Japanese ingredients for my pantry. There’s so much I think you’ll all enjoy hearing.
I had so much fun chatting with her. Since I am the 87th guest!, she’s been doing this for a while. A little more about her: Cookbook Love Podcast host Maggie Green celebrates cookbook readers, buyers, collectors, writers, and clubs. Featuring interviews and solo shows, Maggie spotlights cookbook collectors and clubs as well as a view from inside the cookbook publishing industry as an editor, author, and cookbook writing coach.
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Links Mentioned in the Podcast:
- Buy Lucy’s Cookbook: The Wonderful World of Osechi
- Apply for next session of the Green Apron’s Hungry For a Cookbook Mastermind Group
- Download a copy of the Green Apron’s Cookbook Writing Roadmap
- The Confident Cookbook Writer Facebook Group
The Wonderful World of Osechi: Japanese New Year’s RecipesNew Year’s is one of the best times in Japan, at least for eating and relaxing. Get Lucy’s Osechi cookbook, full of recipes that are fast to make, easy, and quite delicious for your New Year celebrations (along with the history and traditions and little tidbits Lucy always includes). Get the book!
Makes a great gift too! Did you know on the Amazon page there’s an option to give it as a gift?