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カテゴリ：Food( 22 )
Red Snapper Chazuke
This is the Japanese traditional soul food.Have you ever eaten this food?
You should try it.
Chazuke or ochazuke (from o + cha tea + tsuke submerge) is a simple Japanese dish made by pouring green tea, dashi, or hot water over cooked rice roughly in the same proportion as milk over cereal, usually with savoury toppings.
Common toppings include tsukemono, umeboshi (both types of pickles), nori (seaweed), furikake, sesame seeds, tarako and mentaiko (salted and marinated Alaska pollock roe), salted salmon, shiokara (pickled seafood) and wasabi.
The dish is easy to make and provides a way to use leftover rice as a quick snack. It is also known as cha-cha gohan.
This dish first became popular in the Heian period, when water was most commonly poured over rice, but beginning in the Edo period, tea was often used instead.
In Kyoto, ochazuke is known as bubuzuke. When a Kyoto native asks if a guest wants to eat bubuzuke, it really means that the person has overstayed and is being politely asked to leave.
Since the 1970s packaged "instant ochazuke", consisting of freeze-dried toppings and seasonings, have become popular.
It’s that Kind of morning…
The Salt Cellar, Whole Grain Pumpkin Pancakes with Maple Apple….
Gourmet Films Presents
Handsome Coffee Roasters
Mr. Tyler J. Wells, CoFounder of Handsome Coffee Roasters, tells us a little bit about what makes Handsome special.
NOWNESS and photographer Mark Mahaney have taken a fresh look at the process of a sustainable Siberian sturgeon caviar harvest, at the Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota, Florida. This caviar fetches top dollar at three Michelin-starred restaurants all over the United States, but due to the sturgeon’s falling numbers which placed it on the endangered species’ list, a more sustainable way to meet the demand for the fish’s premium caviar had to be found. The Mote Laboratory regulates the harvest, while using revenues of the luxurious eggs to generate additional funds for future aquaculture research. Extremely impressive that only a single ounce of Mote’s carefully farmed caviar can be expected to sell for anywhere between $45 to $119 USD. Hit up Nowness below to read more on this admirable project, and to get your caviar learn on.
The Japanese New Year
Osechi & Jyubako Made by Wajima nuri
Osechi-ryōri (御節料理 or お節料理) are traditional Japanese New Year foods. The tradition started in the Heian Period (794-1185). Osechi are easily recognizable by their special boxes called jūbako (重箱), which resemble bentō boxes. Like bentō boxes, jūbako are often kept stacked before and after use.
The town is known within Japan for its lacquerware, called Wajima-nuri (輪島塗). There are artifacts showing lacquer was used to decorate and strengthen a shrine door from the 14th century. Wajima-nuri uses a technique that is unique to the area, mixing a finely powdered mineral, jinoko, with the lacquer in the early stages of production. Jinoko adds extra durability to Wajima-nuri items.
Anthony Bourdain’s “The Layover”
Anthony Bourdain is an American chef, best-selling author, television personality, cultural anthropologist and the envy of many. His audacious personality and worldly knowledge acts as an excellent foundation to narrate his adventurous life. One of his recent syndications, The Layover, offers a how-to guide to exploring popular cities during an unexpected air travel layover of 24 to 48 hours. A wonderful concept, especially if you’ve been stuck in the same situation, staring lifelessly out the window of your gate waiting for the hopeful, yet unlikely news that your plane will arrive shortly. Although a unique show for a less than ideal situation, The Layover also provides a contemporary list of must do items to anyone looking for something to do on a weekend trip to an unknown city. With a new year just around the corner, many of you are presumably pondering or researching the possible destinations you would like to visit next. So take some time to catch up on Bourdain’s latest cultural guide on the Travel Channel and gain some authentic ideas from a seasoned traveler who knows the proper way to experience life.
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BVLGARI x San Pellegrino
Sparkling Mineral Water
To mark its 125th anniversary, Italian jewelry manufacturer BVLGARI has teamed with famed sparkling mineral water juggernaut San Pellegrino. The result is a one-of-a-kind gemstone label that will be sold exclusively at BVLGARI’s international touring exhibition in Paris, running through January 2012. Until then, parched diners will be able to get their hands on the signature collaboration at many of the top eating establishments in “La Ville-Lumière.”
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts
Krispy Kreme is the name of an international chain of doughnut stores that was founded by Vernon Rudolph in 1937 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The parent company of Krispy Kreme is Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Inc. (NYSE: KKD) and is based in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, United States.by wikipedia
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Starbucks new Logo
An Illustrated History
Starbucks just unveiled a new logo to commemorate its 40th anniversary and, judging by the look of things, it seems to have nailed it. The image of the siren is so iconic that the text itself had become redundant. Simplifying the image and distancing the brand from the word “coffee” enables the company to expand its portfolio into new arenas such as ice cream and bottled beverages without cannibalizing the brand’s cache.
Come to a participating Starbucks between 3 and 5 p.m., and enjoy a half-price Frappuccino® blended beverage.
Feel like getting a head start on happiness? You can create your own favorite Frappuccino® blended beverage right here. Share it with your friends and invite them to meet you. Starbucks is celebrating Happy Hour from now until May 16.