Japanese Cuisine Newswire

Japanese Cuisine Newswire

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  1. Matthew Kelly accused of "casual racism" on Saturday...Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk

    Matthew Kelly left Saturday Kitchen viewers "cringing" into their cornflakes after he woke them up with a bit of "casual racism". The former Stars In Their Eyes presenter put his foot in his mouth after assuming chef Jun Tanaka would be cooking Japanese food, because of his heritage.

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  2. When You Can't Get a Table, Try the Bar at These Legendary SpotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | Bloomberg

    Think it's impossible to get into Eleven Madison Park in New York, or the Ivy in London? Think again. Want to get into the city's hottest restaurants without making a reservation? Head to the bar, where most high-end eateries hold back spots for walk-ins.

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  3. Saturday Kitchen fans accuse Matthew Kelly of 'casual racism'Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Metro

    Saturday Kitchen fans have taken to social media to criticise comments made by Matthew Kelly to chef Jun Tanaka - with some even branding him as a 'casual racist' for assuming that the culinary expert's dishes were Japanese. In a segment of the show, guest star Kelly said: 'I always associate Japanese cooking with very clean fooda in fact, I'd say if there was a choice between any restaurant, I'd always go to the Japanese.'

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  4. How to Make Candy SushiRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Teen Vogue

    In this Teen Vogue "Sweet Tooth" baking tutorial, Amirah Kassem of Flour Shop shows how to make Swedish Fish Nigiri and Gummy Worm Sushi - which are made entirely with Rice Krispies treats and candy. To make these sweet bites, you'll need Rice Krispies treats, Swedish Fish, Fruit By the Foot, and gummy worms and strings.

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  5. The footpath up to Pulpit RockRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | This Is Grimsby

    Gathered around the chef's table, our party of eight eagerly anticipates the arrival of our 17-course sushi dinner. Each dish is a tiny work of art, and we all mumble appreciative "aahs" as we taste freshly caught salmon and cod, with wasabi.

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  6. Fox ChapelRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Pittsburgh City Paper

    CP REVIEW: The setting and atmosphere evoke a country B&B, but the food is sophisticated and urbane. Certain dishes, such as a maple-glazed pork chop, are traditional.

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  7. Miami Spice 2016: The MissesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Miami New Times

    Sometimes Miami Spice is like being thrust into a glittering pinball machine that flashes and jitters. Bright, attractive signs grab your attention, but are they worth it? With so many restaurants participating, there are bound to be a few that slap together a lackluster offering.

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  8. Just opened sushi joint does a great sashimi plateRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | BlogTO

    One thing's for sure in Toronto: we can never get enough sushi. Toronto's newest entrant to the raw fish game doesn't mess around with fresh, beautifully prepared sashimi and tasty cocktails to boot.

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  9. Omakase TriumphsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Coast Magazine

    "Just a moment," she says. She walks across the very small room to whisper something to the chef.

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  10. Lighting it upRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sun-Star

    Within the compounds of the exclusive 32 Sanson by Rockwell in Cebu City, stands a new restaurant that is founded on the concepts of flames and flavors. With open arms, Kayu Kitchen + Bar welcomes just about every local and guest in town, including discerning folks with good taste, who have been following the city's culinary trails for quite some time now.

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  11. Finding Peruvian Ceviche in the San Gabriel ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | LA Weekly

    Raw fish is quite easy to find across L.A. County. Nigiri sushi is beloved by nearly every resident, as are its many locally-created cousins: tuna tartare, California rolls, spicy tuna on crispy rice.

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  12. Pinch Kitchen Hosting Vegan Collab Dinner With Chef Pamela WasabiRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Miami New Times

    Next Tuesday, August 2, Pinch Kitchen will flipping the script. The omnivorous eatery, along with plant-based culinarian Pamela Wasabi, will host an all-vegan dinner.

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  13. 'Kioke': The secret ingredient of soy sauceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Japan Times

    Shodoshima, the largest island in the Seto Inland Sea, is not only covered in thousands of olive trees, it also holds half of Japan's remaining wooden soy sauce barrels. Though the island has produced olive oil for about 115 years, soy sauce has been made here for centuries - and has weathered many changes.

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  14. The American chef bringing Kyoto 'kaiseki' to TokyoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Japan Times

    Culinary collaborations are commonplace these days, with chefs flying halfway around the world for one-off events far from their home kitchens. This exciting cross-fertilization of ideas and flavors is also starting to happen in Japan - but rarely, until now, in the field of traditional Japanese cuisine.

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  15. The Best New Bars and Restaurants in San Francisco This JulyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Thrillist

    This month was all about craft beer... but in SF's food and drink scene, when is it not? Whether it's homebrews, beer that becomes whiskey, or a beloved Bay Area brand premiering a new summer beer garden pop-up, San Francisco's thirst for ales, lagers, kolschs, porters, and so on will never be satiated. Neither will our desire to drink said beer in cool industrial spaces, taprooms, and even funky double-decker buses.

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  16. PoMo Dishes On Hat Yai | The O Goes In Search Of Ramen In NoPoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | Eater

    For her latest hot take, PoMo 's Karen Brooks travels to North Killingsworth's Hat Yai to try its fried chicken with its "lovely, subtle savor of fried shallots and whole coriander seeds punching through" the skin. The "lusty skirt steak skewer" with its "grassy funk and thrash of Thai spices" rivals those fried birds in taste, but she writes that the pickles "are skimpy, one-note affairs" adding that the sticky rice "is long past its bedtime."

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  17. The Powell Street Festival returns with delicious Japanese cuisineRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | The Georgia Straight

    The 40th annual Powell Street Festival returns this weekend from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. In addition to music, art, and culture, expect a wide selection of Japanese food booths to delight your taste buds. Festival vendors include Granville Island's Artisan SakeMaker, Benkei Ramen, Hapa Izakaya, Ichiyo's Matcha Bar, JAPADOG, Teriyaki Boys, Mogu Japanese Street Eats, and many more.

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  18. New chef takes over Cask & Larder's kitchenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | The Orlando Sentinel

    Scott Pizzo, who was a sous chef at Cask's sister restaurant The Ravenous Pig for 3 years, is the new chef de cuisine at the "Southern Public House" in Winter Park. A new seasonal menu by Pizzo includes Florida wahoo, melon salad with gin-pickled beets and feta panna cotta, pork belly mushroom tart and campfire ribs.

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  19. 2016 Japanese Food Festival & Bon OdoriRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | Caravan Stockton Newspaper

    The Buddhist Church of Stockton will be holding its annual Japanese Food Bazaar and Bon Odori on the weekend of August 6th and August 7th . What kind of entertainment? How about taiko drums, various martial arts, traditional Japanese dance, Hawaiian music and dance.........Back by popular demand - BINGO! Games for the kids.

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  20. The Best Miami Spice 2016 MenusRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | Miami New Times

    Miami Spice is A Christmas Story in summer. Each year, as the heat and humidity grow, we allow our minds to wander into the sea of possibilities filled with many of the city's best restaurants tempting each precious table with affordable, creative meals.

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