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Buri-zanmai: Buri Daikon (Fatty Yellowtail Head Simmered with Daikon Radish)

Buri-zanmai: Buri Daikon (Fatty Yellowtail Head Simmered with Daikon Radish)
Buri-zanmai Series: Buri Daikon (Fatty Yellowtail Head Simmered with Daikon Radish) ぶり大根 Buri Daikon (Fatty Yellowtail Head Simmered with Daikon Radish) Buri-zanmai Series (Part 2): Winter is the time for buri, or yellowtail. The meat is laden with oil and rich flavor. Here we make a classic, Buri Daikon.

Buri-daikon is a much loved winter dish in Japan. It combines chopped yellowtail (buri) heads with daikon

Buri-zanmai: Buri Kama Shioyaki (Salt Grilled Fatty Yellowtail Collar)

Buri-zanmai: Buri Kama Shioyaki (Salt Grilled Fatty Yellowtail Collar)
Buri-zanmai Series: Buri Kama Shioyaki (Salt-grilled Fatty Yellowtail Collar) Buri Kama Shioyaki (Salt-grilled Fatty Yellowtail Collar) Buri-zanmai Series (Part 1): Winter is the time for buri, or yellowtail. The meat is laden with oil and rich flavor. Here we make Buri Kama Shioyaki. Buri Kama Shioyaki:
Kama is the ‘collar’ of a fish, the area between the gill cover and the pectoral fin. This area and…

home cooking: uni-ikura donburi (on soba-gohan)

home cooking: uni-ikura donburi (on soba-gohan)
home cooking: uni-ikura donburi on soba-gohan (うにいくら丼、そばごはん編)

uni-ikura donburi うにいくら丼
This is a rendition of the ever popular Uni-Ikura Donburi, here we serve it on soba-gohan (rice with soba kernels).…

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…
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