Homakase - Oof Verschuren
'Omakase' literally means 'I leave it to you (chief)'. The guests, usually only a few in the case of the Japanese omakase, are served whatever the chef chooses for them. In Homakase we are not talking about the chef of a Japanese restaurant, but about omakase at home, so home made.
Photographer Oof Verschuren (known for his photography of Yvette van Boven's books) has specialized completely in preparing sushi in recent years. Step by step, photo by photo, he shows you how to prepare real sushi in a professional manner for six guests at your table. All less well-known ingredients or necessary kitchen items are considered, including where they can be obtained and, if necessary, in which season. That is also the idea behind Japanese cuisine: cook locally and seasonally.
The result is a wonderful and extremely useful book that every novice or somewhat advanced home cook can use.