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Shiokara Report: Enjoying Homemade Squid Shiokara

Shiokara Report: Enjoying Homemade Squid Shiokara
Shiokara Report: Enjoying Homemade Chinmi Squid Shiokara いかの塩辛 Shiokara Report: Enjoying Homemade Chinmi Squid Shiokara いかの塩辛
Shiokara is a favorite of Miwa and she made some recently and it is ready for eating. Shiokawa is made of salted squid semi-fermented in its own guts and is a kind of chinmi, literally ‘rare taste’. Japanese like shiokara on rice or with sake.…

Chinmi: How to Make Shiokara

Chinmi: How to Make Shiokara
Chinmi: How to Make Shiokara 珍味: 塩辛の作り方 Chinmi: How to Make Shiokara 珍味: 塩辛の作り方
Shiokara is made of salted squid semi-fermented in its own guts and is a kind of chinmi, literally ‘rare taste’. Japanese like shiokara on rice or with sake. Shiokara is one taste that you might want to miss when you visit Japan, but we show how to make it in this…

Roasted Ginnan and Sardine Ichiya Boshi Chazuke

Roasted Ginnan and Sardine Ichiya Boshi Chazuke
Roasted Ginnan and Ichiya Boshi Sardine Chazuke
塩焼き銀杏 うるめいわし一夜干し 茶漬け Roasted Ginnan and Ichiya Boshi Sardine Chazuke 塩焼き銀杏 うるめいわし一夜干し 茶漬け
Chazuke is a quick, simple meal, easily made tasty with a little creativity and often leftovers, then just pour on some tea and eat/drink it up! I prefer to use brown rice, genmai for chazuke (and fried rice) because of it’s more complex and earthy flavor. It is far…

Teishoku Joint: Asuka

Teishoku Joint: Asuka
Friendly, Homey and Tasty Teishoku Restaurant 京都 明日香 定食屋 Friendly, Homey and Tasty Teishoku Restaurant 京都明日香定食屋
Asuka is a restaurant that I have been going to since even before I lived in Kyoto. It has never disappointed me. Asuka serves ‘teishoku‘ set menu meals and offers ‘ippin‘ a la carte dishes. The atmosphere is friendly, the prices are reasonable, the home cooking style…

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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