Posts Tagged ‘fish’

Mizore, which literally means “sleet” in Japanese, is also a culinary term used to describe clear soups or nabe-mono into which finely grated daikon radish has been stirred.  Ae stands for Ae-mono, one of the basic categories of Japanese cuisine in which small-cut ingredients (often cooked vegetables such as spinach or green beans), are tossed […]


Pacific Saury (sanma) is my Absolutely Favorite fish in the Whole Wide World (salmon is in second place by a hair’s breadth), and when it is in season, sashimi is the absolutely best way to eat it. Like sardines, saury is a fish that deteriorates quickly, so whether you buy it fresh or frozen, you […]


Those who have been following my food blogs already know how much I like fresh salmon. September is the peak of salmon season around here, and now that it’s well into October, it looks like today’s salmon is the last of the fresh stuff. From now on, until next September, the salmon we eat will […]