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Saba Yuzu Kosho Nabe (Mackerel Yuzu Pepper Hotpot)

Saba Yuzu Kosho Nabe (Mackerel Yuzu Pepper Hotpot)
Saba Yuzu Kosho Nabe (Mackerel Yuzu Pepper Hotpot) 鯖柚子胡椒鍋

Saba Yuzu Kosho Nabe (Mackerel Yuzu Pepper Hotpot) 鯖柚子胡椒鍋
Winter is the season of both aozakana (literally, blue fish) and nabe (Japanese ‘hotpot’). Saba (mackerel) is a very unusual addition to nabe, and this includes black pepper! This is actually a family recipe from Paku’s house. (Yuzu was Peko’s addition) We both felt that while this was…

home cooking: Shake Gohan (Salmon Rice)

home cooking: Shake Gohan (Salmon Rice)
home cooking: Shake Gohan (Salmon Rice) 鮭ご飯 Shake Gohan (Salmon Rice) - preview This is a dish that is truly delicious beyond mere words. If there is no shake gohan in heaven, do you really want to go?…

home cooking: hirezake (hot sake with Tiger Fugu fin)

home cooking: hirezake (hot sake with Tiger Fugu fin)
hirezake (hot sake with Tiger Fugu fin) 虎ふぐのひれ酒 hirezake (hot sake with Tiger Fugu fin) - preview Hirezake is a somewhat rare drink in Japan. It is often enjoyed by older men at exclusive sushi and fish cuisine restaurants, especially in the autumn and winter. The dried fin of the fugu (pufferfish, blowfish) is steeped in hot sake for about ten minutes and served. A hot cup of this…

home cooking: Sanma-no-shioyaki (Salt-grilled Pacific Saury)

home cooking: Sanma-no-shioyaki (Salt-grilled Pacific Saury)
Sanma-no-shioyaki (Salt-grilled Pacific Saury) 秋刀魚の塩焼き Sanma-no-shioyaki (Salt-grilled Pacific sanma) - teaser Quick and simple, a 10 minute wonder, fresh sanma is delectable. One of the best preparations of fish in Japanese cuisine is ‘shio yaki.’ shio means salt and yaki means grilled. Fish in Japan is something that is often eaten raw, so you can be sure that generally all fish in Japan is…

home cooking: Wagyu Steak Donburi

home cooking: Wagyu Steak Donburi
home cooking: Wagyu Steak Donburi Wagyu Steak Donburi -- teaser The land of fish happens to produce the finest beef in the world as well. Japanese have a knack for perfecting things, whether it be fax machines, cameras, or the production of beef. You have probably heard of Japan’s excuisite beef, Wagyu (和牛) literally ‘Japanese beef’. Kobe-gyu (神戸牛) is surely the most famous Wagyu in…
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