About the Book
One November, two friends left their families at home and set out on an epic food adventure that found them ogling robots, eating just-dispatched eel, drinking whiskey chilled with hand-carved ice balls, consuming fish sperm on purpose, and getting kicked out of public baths. Not One Shrine is a bite-sized collection of Tokyo food adventures by two Seattle food writers.
Join us for a talk with Becky Selengut and Matthew Amster-Burton about the book and their most recent trip to the Kansai region in Japan.
More about the authors:
Becky Selengut is an author (Good Fish, Shroom), private chef, comedy podcast co-host (Look Inside this Book Club), cooking teacher, host of a Youtube cooking channel, cocktail aficionado, and dog wrangler. She lives with her wife April and their two mutts, Izzy and Pippin, in Seattle. Find her online at beckyselengut.com.
Matthew Amster-Burton writes books (Hungry Monkey, Pretty Good Number One) and co-hosts a couple of podcasts (including, coincidentally, Look Inside this Book Club). He lives in Seattle with his wife Laurie, daughter Iris, and a cat named Mitaka. Find him online at rootsandgrubs.com.