Don’t Knock It Till You’ve Tried It Honestly most people that I know, grimace whenever I mention fish roe in sushi. I use to be one of those people haha, but now I find it an interesting addition to the sushi I eat. They are like popping boba that taste like the sea. It’s quite […]Read more "Fish Roe"
Crunchy Chicken Chicken Katsu is a popular japanese dish that consists of a chicken cutlet that is breaded with panko and fried. The panko gives the cutlet a flaky, crunchy texture while leaving the meat juicy and delicious. This dish is a must try for anyone visiting Japan, especially if you’re a picky eater.(I mean […]Read more "Chicken Katsu"
Better Than You Think When it comes to ramen, the first picture that pops in your head is probably the instant ramen that many college students use as sustenance, that isn’t actual ramen though. The real deal is definitely not as…store bought as its instant counterpart. The broth that is in ramen can be either […]Read more "Ramen"
Cool Cold Noodles Soba noodles are cold noodles made of buckwheat. These noodles are available year round, but get very popular as the heat rises. It’s a refreshing dish that anyone about to have a heat stroke could enjoy. These noodles have no sauce on their own, since the point of the dish is to […]Read more "Soba Noodles"
Onigiri ~ The Sandwich of Japan Onigiri is a humble and practical food, and with a lot of potential for cuteness, onigiri is a mainstay of the Japanese bento box and a popular quick meal. As with any sandwich, there is a range of mediocre onigiri to fantastically delicious onigiri. Obviously onigiri has nothing in […]Read more "Onigiri"