The Japanese Grill

Author: Tadashi Ono
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
ISBN: 1607740664
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Grilling has been a centerpiece of Japanese cooking for centuries, and when you taste the incredible dishes in The Japanese Grill—both contemporary and authentic—you’ll become a believer, too. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Indoor Grilling

Author: Steven Raichlen
Publisher: Workman Publishing
ISBN: 0761159592
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The Japanese grill their corn husked and cut into pieces or broken in half. The
grilled corn with)“, soy butter and sesame reason is simple: Most Japanese grills
are relatively tiny, and shucked, halved corn takes up less room. It's a useful
method when cooking on an indoor grill, too. rilled corn is found all along the
world's barbecue trail— seasoned with lime juice and chiles in India, mayonnaise
and grated cheese in Mexico, and of course, sweet butter, salt, and pepper here
in the ...

The Barbecue Bible 10th Anniversary Edition

Author: Steven Raichlen
Publisher: Workman Publishing
ISBN: 0761159576
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o most people, Japanese food means sushi, sashimi, Tsukiyaki, or soba noodles.
But Japan has a venerable tradition of grilling. Actually, two traditions of grilling
exist there: an haute cuisine style called robatayaki and a more populist style
called yakitori. This became clear on a trip to a country that happens to be
especially dear to me: I was born in Nagoya, Japan. In the course of my grill
hopping in Japan, I savored delicate dengaku (tofu grilled on “stilts”) at a tranquil
tea house on ...

Grilling With Veggies

Author: Steven Raichlen
Publisher: Workman Publishing
ISBN: 0761179747
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5. Transfer the grilled mushrooms to a platter and stick a toothpick in each for
serving. NOTE: Chorizo is a spicy Spanish sausage. I've also prepared these
mushroom caps with country ham instead of chorizo. You'd need about 2 ounces
of ham cut into tiny slivers. The Japanese Grill To most people, Japanese food
means sushi, sashimi, sukiyaki, or soba noodles. But Japan has a venerable
tradition of grilling. Actually, two traditions of grilling exist there: an haute cuisine
style called ...

How To Grill

Author: Steven Raichlen
Publisher: Workman Publishing
ISBN: 9780761159568
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If tangerines aren't in season, substitute oranges. n Tofu can have a tendency to
stick to the grill grate, so the Japanese grill it suspended over the fire. You can do
this by resting the ends of the skewers on bricks (see page 193). If you do this,
you'll need to insert the skewers so that they extend well beyond the tofu on both
ends. But if you brush and oil the grill grate well, you shouldn't have a problem
grilling tofu directly on the grate. TANGERINE TERIYAKI TOFU T H E R E C I ...

The Ethnic Food Lover S Companion

Author: Eve Zibart
Publisher: Menasha Ridge Press
ISBN: 9780897327756
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Anko, the anglerfish or monkfish from which the liver mousse, ankimo, is made, is
often cooked whole in a soup, but is rarely served grilled, as its meat toughens.
VEGETABLES In addition to pickling, braising, simmering, and tempurafrying
vegetables, the Japanese grill almost any fresh produce, from asparagus to
sweet peppers to eggplant and the large meaty mushrooms, especially
matsutake and shiitake. Spinach and similar greens are often boiled, cooked,
and then served as ...

Retirement Reorientation

Author: Jack E. Bynum
Publisher: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1490848614
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Atthat time we knew very little about Japanese cuisine. So with some mild
trepidation, we accepted the invitation, thinking we could eat a few vegetables
and fruits and avoid any mysterious or scary items such as squid or octopus. On
the appointed evening, our hosts picked us up with excited promises of gourmet
delights awaiting us at the Authentic FarEast Grill. Upon arrival, we were
ceremonially ushered to our seats by an oriental maiden in a flowered kimono at
a huge fourfoot by ...

The Kamado Grill Cookbook

Author: Fred Thompson
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811760448
Size: 40.95 MB
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1 (3-pound) center-cut section beef tenderloin 2 tablespoons prepared wasabi
paste 2 tablespoons good-quality mayonnaise 4 green onions, trimmed 4 pencil-
thin asparagus spears, woody bottoms snapped off 1⁄2 cup shredded carrots
Kitchen twine 1⁄2 cup ponzu sauce 1⁄4 cup fresh lemon juice 1⁄4 cup tamari 1⁄4
cup rice wine vinegar 1⁄4 cup mirin (sweet rice wine) 1 teaspoon toasted sesame
oil Shichimi (Japanese pepper blend), homemade (page 235) or storebought
Teriyaki ...

History Of Soybeans And Soyfoods In Japan And In Japanese Cookbooks And Restaurants Outside Japan 701 Ce To 2014

Author: William Shurtleff
Publisher: Soyinfo Center
ISBN: 1928914659
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Index. 28 cm. • Summary: The Foreword begins: “We are endlessly impressed
with the subtle yet seemingly rapid increase in the sophistication of American
taste.” After the recipe for “Hunan lamb,” we read (p. 58): “Note: There are two
kinds of soy sauce used in Chinese cookery. Thin or light soy is the most
commonly found in supermarkets. Dark or heavy soy sauce, widely available in
Chinese and other Oriental stores, has a greater viscosity.” The section titled “The
Japanese grill” (p.

The Good Food Compendium

Author: Jo Giese Brown
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780385135238
Size: 75.85 MB
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From the Japanese we can learn several significant lessons that make
barbecuing at home more fun. And their ideas are also helpful in keeping the
weight down. (Aside from Sumo wrestlers, how often have you seen a fat
Japanese?) The Japanese have a saying that if the eyes and the nose are not
charmed, then the food does not taste good. The Japanese elevate barbecuing to
an art form. In Texas, to barbecue means to take the biggest piece of meat
possible and grill it for hours.