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This article goes beyond your garden variety kebabs and satay to examine some of the more exotic and lesser-known skewered snacks.
Some of the best eating in Japan can be found not in glittering rooftop lounges, but in the subterranean department store levels housing the food halls known as depachika.
Cave Dining is all the rage these days. Channel your inner Flintstone at these restaurants that deliver ambiance along with some great food.
A high-quality kitchen knife is indispensable when it’s time to whip up a menu masterpiece. This recipe for the Japanese comfort food katsudon owes much of its simplicity to the precision that only sharp, quality blades can deliver.
There’s a reason that cast-iron cookery gets handed down through generations like heirloom jewels. Whether discussing texture, taste, or searing and browning capability, its cooking advantages are undeniable.
So, you’re not yogurt’s biggest fan, but you’re among the swelling legion of people seeking to adopt healthier eating habits. To assist that laudable endeavor, here are a few creative ways to ease into making it a regular part of your diet.
While fruits, nuts, and even cheeses number among standard ingredients used to create the meal-enders that we all love, more chefs and recipe creators are going off script, making use of poultry, red meat, and even bone marrow to challenge much of what we thought we knew about desserts and how they’re made.
A reliable stand mixer, with its array of attachable accessories, could be the champion kitchen multi-tasker you never knew you needed. Once you have one, you’ll never again have to clutter up your meal prep area with the likes of the seven machines described here.
Whether you’re a very casual drinker or an educated wine connoisseur, learn how to store wine to prolong the life (and flavor) of your wine using these valuable secrets from people who know their wine.
These eight widely accessible white varieties offer up a range of tastes and aromas, with enough acidity to cut through the richness of your typical raclette meal and complement its eclectic flavors with their own.