As I am sure you are aware Tsukiji Market, the world’s largest fish market is planning to move to a new location. There has been some global interest to where it is moving to and since I live a ten minutes walk from the present Tsukiji Market I decided to visit the new location.
This great squash is versatile and delicious and a symbol of the autumn season.
The most classic way you will find kabocha in Japanese cuisine is in tempura and simmered dishes. Just roasting it in the oven with a little sea salt is also a great way to enjoy kabocha, but in our episode of kabocha the chef decided to use it in a ravioli.
Well, it’s Christmas time in Japan and although Japanese people don’t celebrate Christmas in the traditional manner, they do celebrate it. The city is alive with Christmas music and people are lining up for hours to look at the holiday illumination.
Where do people in Japan go for their Christmas dinner?
Sake is not only wonderful to drink, it is a major part of Japanese cuisine and a versatile culinary tool. It is one of the three key ingredients of Japanese simmered dishes called nimono.
I decided to start the video food series with edamame as our first ingredient. It’s simple, healthy, delicious and outside Japan it is versatile.
Tsukiji Fish Market is famous throughout Japan and many parts of the world, but what makes it so fascinating?
City Market Cuisine is a video blog and blog with two different approaches.
The first, is all about the ingredients and the second is all about the preparation. With City Market Cuisine the ingredients are the star and they are given the cinematic respect that they deserve as you are guided visually through the preparation of each ingredient