Japanese Hot Pots

Author: Tadashi Ono
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
ISBN: 1607741318
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Chef Tadashi Ono and food journalist Harris Salat demystify this communal eating tradition for American home cooks with belly-warming dishes from all corners of Japan.

Simply Japanese Hot Pots

Author: Amy Kimoto-Kahn
Publisher: Race Point Publishing
ISBN: 9781631065675
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Simply Japanese Hot Pots comes complete with recipes for the hot pot, beautiful photos, tips and tricks for using the donabe, and plenty more. This is one cookbook that no family should be without.

Noodle Kids

Author: Jonathon Sawyer
ISBN: 1592539637
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Ten Speed Press, 2013. Japanese Farm Foods, Nancy Singleton Hachisu.
Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2012. Japanese Hot Pots; Comforting One-Pot
Meals, Ono Tadashi and Salat Harris. Ten Speed Press, 2009. Larousse

The Japanese Grill

Author: Tadashi Ono
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
ISBN: 1607740664
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Welcome to our second Japanese cookbook, one we're incredibly excited about.
The first, Japanese Hot Pots, introduced traditional one-pot cooking to America:
warm, comforting, soupy dishes, the perfect balm for a frigid winter's day.

New York

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Casual spin-off 'is the hot-button term for this new kind of venture, although, so far
, the master chefs' different ... gourmet pizzas and gelati (at Otto), while Danny
Meyer is happily peddling the comforting barbecue ribs of his youth (at Blue
Smoke). ... Before anything arrives, however, each table is presented with little
pots of butter, peanut butter (it's more butter than ... smoky clam chowder served
in a Japanese pot), followed by two dueling macaroni-and- cheese dishes, one
laid out in a ...

Eat Out

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THE WINELIST Good local or Portuguese wine. Full bar with vintage ports,
brandies and cigars. JAPANESE ... Renowned for their sushi and sashimi, also
serving teppanyaki, tem- pura, menrui (noodle soups) but not the one-pot dishes
cooked at table. ... with banquet table, and the entire long veranda has been
enclosed, its slide-away windows ensuring year-round comfort. ... Highlights
include Mongkok's hot and sour soup, Peking's thousand-year egg, hot pots at
South and North, ...


Author: Pearl Violette Newfield Metzelthin
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The portion is large enough for a satisfying one-dish lunch. Me-oon tang, a fish
casserole served in a stoneware pot, is the most incendiary of the dishes I've
sampled. ... Other good, less inflammatory casseroles and hot pots are gop
chang jun gol, which ... and three borrowed more or less intact from Japanese
cookery: jul gol (sukiyaki), modum nembi (yosen- abe), and Genghis Khan (

Ceramic Review

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We know how to appreciate the pleasure of going somewhere in comfort and
style in something extremely expensive and know it will not last for ever. ... In the
Japan of my romantic imagination all restaurants have some studio pots. ... The
branch was in a pot set in the alcove in the wall, the pot was a reduced greyish
colour, hand built by coiling, the coils ... It came hot, still cooking the small
skewered fish sizzling on top, alongside a miniature crab and a 24 Ceramic
Review 131 - 1991.

The American Agriculturist

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For the sides of the flue, lay 2 bricks, one on the other edgwise, and cover with
bricks laid flat across the top, as seen in fig. ... Japan Lilies. +._. There are three
leading varieties, named Specliosum, Album, and Punctatum. The first has a
ground color ... Two parts from an old hot-bed, composed of leaves and horse
manure, at least two years old; one part sandy peat. ... Hyacinths look much
prettier in glasses than in flower pots, but they do not thrive near so well in water
as in good soil.