Just two pieces of fluffy white bread, a fried chicken patty, and lettuce for crunch—because sometimes, the best foods are simple.
“Being a Brazilian chef but a descendant of Japanese immigrants, I try to combine all my cultural references to create my dishes.”
The trick to a really flavorful fish soup? Grill the fish bones first.
Who doesn't love a mini chicken sandwich?
It’s time to throw away those Lunchables.
These crispy fried pork cutlets are a Japanese home-cooking classic.
It's about time you learn how to make a classic pork bao at home.
This traditional Japanese pancake (which name means "as you like it") is one of the most adaptable dishes. Top it with just about anything you'd like.
Yup, you heard right. Cheeseburger. In a spring roll.
The only time you’ll find people from around the globe coming together to wave flags at someone thrusting to "Pretty Fly For a White Guy".
The Italian classic gets a Japanese makeover with the addition of rice vinegar, miso, and bonito flakes.