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Buri kama Shioyaki (Salt Grilled Yellowtail Collar)

Buri kama Shioyaki (Salt Grilled Yellowtail Collar)
Buri kama Shioyaki (ぶりかま塩焼き) Buri kama Shioyaki Salt Grilled Yellowtail Collar (ぶりかま塩焼き)
I killed my first buri-kama of the year tonight. It was a lunker! I grilled it shioyaki style and squeezed on lots of sudachi.…

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…

aozakana: Seasonal Autumn Fish Dinner

aozakana: Seasonal Autumn Fish Dinner
aozakana(青魚): Seasonal Autumn Fish Dinner aozakana: Seasonal Autumn Fish Dinner -- teaser aozakana (青魚) literally, ‘blue fish’ are in season from mid-autumn throughout the winter. These are such species as mackerel (青魚, saba), pacific saury (秋刀魚, sanma), sardine (鰯, iwashi), and jack mackerel (鯵, aji). Their blue colored backs give these well loved fish their Japanese name. In Japan, the cold months are…
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