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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

04/25/2016 - Japanese Inspirations: Miyoko's Kitchen and Morimoto Restaurant




 
 


Miyoko Schinner, Founder & CEO
Miyoko’s Kitchen
Entrepreneur for 30+ years in the food world as a bestselling author, chef and creator of delicious, decadent, healthful plant-based food, Miyoko Schinner is dedicated to pleasing the omnivore’s palate in all of us. She refuses to give up on those who haven’t made the switch to plant-based foods and continues to offer progress through the senses, not just the intellect, using diverse avenues. These have included a restaurant and natural food company that distributed products nationwide and supplied cookies and pastries to United Airlines.

 Inspiring the general public through her 5 cookbooks, including the best-selling and “groundbreaking” Artisan Vegan Cheese and The Homemade Vegan Pantry—the Art of Making Your Own Staples, published in June 2015, Schinner also recognizes that not everyone will take up the cause in their own kitchens. To answer this call, in 2014, she launched Miyoko’s Kitchen, which set out to redefine the category of “cheese” with its unctuous, decadent, delicious flavors of handcrafted cheeses made from nuts. Miyoko’s Kitchen currently sells nationwide to thousands of stores, and exports to Australia and Hong Kong.

 No stranger to public speaking or media attention, Schinner also co-hosts the national cooking show Vegan Mashup, presents live at major events around the country, and is frequently featured in national and local media.

 

 Cookbooks:

The Homemade Vegan Pantry – The Art of Making Your Own Staples (Ten Speed Press, June 2015)
Artisan Vegan Cheese (Book Publishing Co., August 2012)
The New Now and Zen Epicure (Book Publishing Co., 2001)
Japanese Cooking: Contemporary and Traditional (Book Publishing Company, 1999)
The Now and Zen Epicure (Book Publishing Company, 1991)

 Recent Press:
SuperMarket Guru                                           The Guardian
Techcrunch                                                     Houston Chronicle
Huffington Post                                               San Francisco Chronicle
Infinity House Magazine                                 New York Times
A/P                                                                 The Kitchn
Food & Wine



 

Eduardo A Dingler
Corporate Beverage Director

 
 Born in Torreon Mexico, Eduardo moved to Napa at the age of 16. He had worked in the restaurant business since he was 14, so easily transitioned to the business in the Napa Valley at locations including Bistro Don Giovanni, Tra Vigne, and Belle Arti.  His love for the restaurant business soon evolved into a more specific passion: wine.
 
 

In July 2010, mentored by Michael Galyen, whom he had previously worked at two other restaurants, he took the Beverage Director title at Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto’s Napa restaurant. And, in 2012 he received the tittle of Corporate Beverage Director for the Morimoto Restaurant Group.
 

Since then Eduardo has been involved in multiple Morimoto restaurants including Mexico City, Maui and Orlando and is currently working with new restaurant projects with chef developing the beverage program. Aside from creating and running the beverage programs Eduardo has developed a couple wines under the Morimoto label. He is also a Sake Ambassador, and hosts a monthly live stream on toutsuite.com under ‘Sake Drinker and Friends’.

 

 
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