“How to Make Sushi –The Basics” Kindle Cookbook Ends Free Promotion Tonight At Midnight
“How to Make Sushi - The Basics” by Mai Ueda is available for only 24 hours more for free on Amazon. The cookbook features easy to make sushi recipes explained for the Western kitchen.
WEST BLOOMFIELD, Mich. – The Japan Food Channel LLC announced the free Kindle ebook entitled “How to Make Sushi: The Basics” would end its free promotion period at midnight. The book is available for free download on Amazon for only 24 more hours at http://www.amazon.com/How-To-Make-Sushi-ebook/dp/B0098RBWYY/ref=sr_1_5?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1347407235&sr=1-5.
This Kindle cookbook is packed with popular sushi recipes such as:
· Spicy tuna rolls
· Sushi rice
· Philadelphia rolls
· Shrimp tempura rolls
· Fatty tuna nigiri-zushi
· California rolls
· And many others
“Today is when the promotion comes to an end. We think it’s been a lot of fun for everyone and if there’s anyone who hasn’t downloaded a copy yet they need to hurry, because today is the last day,” Mai Ueda, the author said. “The promotion has been a success so far and I’m very humbled by the high number of downloads and positive reviews on Amazon.”
“‘How to Make Sushi – The Basics’ is an easy to follow sushi recipe book. I’m not surprised people like it, but I never thought we’d have such a strong response on Amazon,” said Drew Kelly, the translator of the book and also Mai’s husband. “This has been more then we could have ever hoped for and we’re both very thankful. We agreed to do a free download promotion with Amazon and now there’s less than 24 hours left. If anyone’s still interested the time to pull out your Kindle and download ‘How To Make Sushi – The Basics’ is now.”
About Mai Ueda and Drew Kelly
Mai Ueda and Drew Kelly are passionate about sharing their love for Japanese culture and cooking. They began hosting sushi-making dinner parties as a way to have fun and entertain guests in their home. Eventually, the couple launched “How to Make Sushi: The Basics” cookbook to further their efforts to share practical, fun ways to make sushi recipes at home. They are based in West Bloomfield, Michigan.
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