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.


Author: Diane Morgan
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 1452108471
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Chicago: Time-Life Books, 1979. Ono, Tadashi, and Harris Salat. Japanese Hot
Pots: Comforting One-Pot Meals. Berkeley, CA: Ten Speed Press, 2009. Oseland,
James. Cradle of Flavor: Home Cooking from the Spice Islands of Indonesia,
Malaysia, and Singapore. New York: W.W. Norton, 2006. Pratt, Steven, M.D., and
Kathy Matthews. Super Foods: Fourteen Foods that Will Change Your Life. New
York: William Morrow, 2004. Robinson, Mark. Izakaya: The Japanese Pub

Noodle Kids

Author: Jonathon Sawyer
ISBN: 1592539637
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Ducasse Books, 2009. Ivan Ramen: Love, Obsession, and Recipes from Tokyo's
Most Unlikely Noodle Joint, Ivan Orkin. 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 Gastronomidue. The World's Greatest Culinary
Encyclopedia, Completely Revised and Updated, Larousse Librairie. Clarkson
Potter, 2009.

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. Now we'
re turning our attention to grilling, the quintessential fare for sunny weather. Like
our first book, this one was conceived during a leisurely meal at Tadashi's house.
Make that a wiffle-ball gamecum-grilling extravaganza in his backyard.

New York

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Already, remarkable dishes like braised lamb shoulder and ribs with lamb's
tongue, horlotti beans, and escarole, hint that Canora 's unfussy cooking may be
better than ever. • 403 E. 12th St. ... Even the ubiquitous edamame stand out
served warm with Japanese sea salt and a small sea eel slithers in greaseless
tempura. Definitely worth the ... That means satays and summer rolls, dosa and
pho, plus exotica like pulled-oxtail hot pots with coriander chutney and kumquats.
Semi-private ...

Eat Out

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(01 1)483-3296 THE place Bustling, popular Japanese eatery with modern decor
enhanced by glowing wood and patio seating. Renowned for their sushi and
sashimi, also serving teppanyaki, tem- pura, menrui (noodle soups) but not the
one-pot dishes cooked at table. ... Highlights include Mongkok's hot and sour
soup, Peking's thousand-year egg, hot pots at South and North, Shanghai's pig's
ears, Singaporean chilli crab at Fisher Man's Plate, ox willy at Xiang Oing! It's fine
to BYO.

Madison Magazine

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Ton Ton, now off the Square, is one of a dozen Japanese restaurants featuring a
range of traditional dishes — sushi and raw-fish sasltimi, vegetable and shrimp
tempura, noodle soups made with udon (flour) or soba (buckwheat), cutlets and
stews. Among ... Small side dishes of lzimchi (a pickled cabbage), potatoes in
sugar syrup, bean sprouts and radishes come with the entrees, including hot pots
served with steamed rice, Korean barbecue dishes, stir fries and soups. And don't


Author: Pearl Violette Metzelthin
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Snag one of the counter stools, and you'll be in a front-row seat for the furious
action of the five woks and the dumpling station in the most absorbing kitchen
theater in town. ... neck for the Singapore-style cracked crab, you'll be blissfully
up to your wrists and ears in succulent crab dripping a hot, gingery tomato sauce
that is impossible to stop eating. From the Thai corner of the kitchen comes
chicken and eggplant in a flowery basil and lemongrass coconut-milk broth. And
from Japan?