Previously, on tastingmenu.wordpress.com – * https://tastingmenu.wordpress.com/2017/10/07/making-mini-taco-shells-from-scratch/ A number of years ago, I saw the Nobu/Matsuhisa restaurants add tacos (!?!?) to the menu….and then Nobu’s Vegetarian Cookbook suggested a vegan approach to the taco’s (Ten Tacos, p 86, 87) in 2011. So now I wanted to take a crack at making the tacos, with an eye […]
One of the projects that I’ve been intrigued about since its appearance was the Matsuhisa/Nobu mini tacos. While it’s pretty obvious how to fill them based on the Nobu’s Vegetarian Cookbook (pgs 86, 87, 165), what I really needed to do was to figure out how to make the fried(baked?) mini taco shells formed from […]
Wegmans Chestnut Hill is currently stocking A5 Japanese Kobe and mentioned that this will be a regular item. Ask for Toby – he will help you….
Previously, on tastingmenu.wordpress.com – * https://tastingmenu.wordpress.com/2017/09/19/scaling-shari-sushi-rice-for-nigiri/ It’s been a crazy August, what with moving into new quarters (packing, moving, unpacking) and also looking for new employment at the same time. So during the course of my food adventures, I’ve learned how to make sushi vinegar, how much of it to use with rice that keeps […]
I’d recently figured out that my family liked sushi rice made with 2 teaspoons of sushi vinegar per rice bowl of rice. As I began thinking about the holiday meal later this year, I began thinking about Matsuhisa-sama’s rice course – 5 pieces of nigiri as the last savory omakase course offering. Nobu: The Sushi […]
Previously, on tastingmenu.wordpress.com – * https://tastingmenu.wordpress.com/2016/04/04/michibas-buddha-style-yellowtail-and-daikon-stew/ Found at the sushi/sashimi-grade fish counter at Mitsuwa, Edgewater, NJ:
So I recently had dinner@Legal Seafood Chestnut Hill. A side dish accompanying my arctic char caught my interest – string beans with Wisconsin soft goat cheese and hazelnuts. What got my attention was how well the hazelnuts paired with the string beans. Now of course, there’s the classic string beans almondine; so I figured this […]