Archive for November, 2008

Sardine ‘Meatballs': Iwashi Tsumire Iri Miso Udon

Sardine ‘Meatballs': Iwashi Tsumire Iri Miso Udon
Sardine ‘Meatballs': Iwashi Tsumire Iri Miso Udon いわしのつみれ入り 味噌うどん Sardine 'Meatballs': Iwashi Tsumire Iri Miso Udon いわしのつみれ入り 味噌うどん
Ground sardines make a rich and wonderfully nourishing focal point to miso soup with udon noodles. Hand chopped or pureed in a food processor with ginger and scallions then gently simmered in broth mellows the heavy sardine taste.…

Wagashi: Autumn Theme Namagashi

Wagashi: Autumn Theme Namagashi
Wagashi: Autumn Theme Namagashi Wagashi: Autumn Theme Namagashi
Bells, flowers and leaves. While expressed in subtle terms, the simple beauty, the inventiveness in theme, the attention to season and the variety of the color palette of namagashi never ceases to amaze.…

How to Clean Sardines

How to Clean Sardines
How to Clean Sardines Japanese Style How to Clean Sardines Japanese Style
Sardines are full of nutrients and flavor, but just how to clean them?…

Omiyage: Kurikinton Autumn Chestnut Confection

Omiyage: Kurikinton Autumn Chestnut Confection
Omiyage: Kurikinton Autumn Chestnut Confection 栗きんとん Omiyage: Kurikinton Autumn Chestnut Confection 栗きんとん
Boiled chestnuts mashed with sugar and twisted in fabric into shape makes kurikinton, an autumn delicacy and favorite souvenir of the mountainous areas of central Japan.…

Iwashi Gohan Sardine Rice

Iwashi Gohan Sardine Rice
Home Cooking with Aozakana: Iwashi Gohan (Sardine Rice) いわし・鰯ご飯 Iwashi Gohan (Sardine Rice) いわし・鰯ご飯
You’ve got to try this dish! Simple and tasty home cooking with aozakana; just sardines, ginger and rice.…
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