Nick Kim and Jimmy Lau of New York's Shuko show us how it's done.
If you have a really good piece of fish, sometimes the best thing you can do is not even cook it.
Think of it as a Japanese version of queso. It melts like a Kraft single, but with the multicultural flavor sensibilities of a so-very-seasoned chef.
Dashi cheese is exactly what it sounds like: a slice of American cheese that has been fortified with kombu and katsuobushi. And also yes, the bi-cultural umami bomb tastes just as heavenly as you might expect.
In 2005, Japan released its “spinning top” diet, which emphasized water, tea, and exercise above all, but also a balanced intake of grains, vegetables, fruits, and plenty of fish and meat.
My wife and I didn’t understand the severity of the earthquake at first; we intended to ride it out and stay. When I finally called my parents to tell them that I was OK, they broke it all down to me: the nuclear meltdown, the damage from the tsunami...
Garage Project is a New Zealand company that pushes the envelope with every batch of beer—counting superheated volcanic rocks, submarines, and hashish made from hops among their brew-making toolkit.