Sunday, April 28, 2013

The simmered tender duck breast

I love duck meats!
The one is very tasty and smells really good.
Especially breasts are best!

They become stiff by normally cook way.
However I know how to soften.

It's way will continue to very slowly heating up over time in low temperature sauce.
Heating up over five hours in my case.

With mustard and horseradish please. :)
It is called "duck chashao" in Japan.
Chashao is Chinese.
The original meaning is "roasted pork".

Friday, March 29, 2013


Do you know Japanese noodle?
It is called "ramen".

Nowadays, ramen was be national food in Japan.
So it is important that Japanese can eat ramen in overseas.
But, I don't quite meet the delicious ramen because the delicious fresh noodle is nothing!

Someday, I found to making the delicious noodles in easily.
It use pasta for making the ramen.

How to make is very easy!
Boil the pasta with two cups of tbsp baking soda.
Pasta becomes smell like ramen by it. Smells is very important!
Ramen is simple and delicious.
I heard the one has been in vogue in North America.
I'm glad if there is a ramen shop to make the decent and delicious.

Thursday, March 14, 2013

The home cooking

Today, I'd like to introduce home cooking from old times.
Japanese grandma often made it.
It's nostalgic taste for Japanese.

"Simmered squid and white radish"

It's taste is simple but very good.
I'm gonna serve it at this weekend in Sushi King.

I hope you eat and feel the Japanese traditional food.
And I hope you be to like them...

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

I think No.1 Japanese Restaurant in Winnipeg

It's restaurant name is Yujiro!

To get the fresh seafood is very important for Japanese cuisine.
In Winnipeg can't almost get the fresh seafood.
But can eat similar traditional Japanese food if go to Yujiro.
They can get fresh foodstuff because have the special supplier.

For example...

This is horse sashimi.
Sliced raw horsemeat eaten with grated ginger and soy sauce.

Sometimes, Japanese eat the raw meat not only raw seafood.
That's Japanese culture. lol
You should try if you have interest.


Wednesday, March 6, 2013


I made ratatouille because I'd like to eat the vegetables.
It is very important to everyone take the vegetables.

Line up neatly eggplant, zucchini, squash and red pepper on the pan.
Then, steamed them for a while.
And, made tomato sauce separately.

Dish up them and ratatouille is completed!
It looks very delicious.
I am praising myself. lol

Tuesday, March 5, 2013


Dengaku meaning is sweet miso sauce.
It's often used for konjac and eggplant.
Sometimes, konjac is called "devil's tongue".

This time, I made an eggplant dengaku.

Put dengaku on center of the deep fried eggplant.
Then, put sesame and red pepper and the rind of lime on top of the dengaku.

Flavor is juicy and sweet.
It's amazing taste!
And smells like a feel to refresh!

We have to take more vegetables.
Do you like the vegetables?
I like them.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

The fisherman cuisine

Do you like Japanese food?
I hope so.

Japanese food is seafood mostly cuisines.
I'd like to show you Japanese fisherman cuisine.

This name is "Namero".
It chopped fish with green onion, ginger and miso.
Actually, I wanted to add "shiso" but it's almost not sold in Winnipeg.

Namero is commonly used horse mackerel in Japan.
This time, I used tilapia because Canadian horse mackerel isn't ate raw.

Namero's name origin is "you will want the plate licking sure because very delicious it".
Speaking Japanese "lick" is "nameru".
They are same meaning.

This cuisine and liquors are really good chemistry.
I have a craving for beer...