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Thinking about a scallop appetizer from Yoshihiro Murata

While preparing a recent meal, I noticed I had some leftover Nobu Ceviche Sauce.  This started me thinking about looking ahead to the holiday meals for the end of the year. I wanted to come up with a scallop appetizer for one of those meals.  It occurred to me that  I could potentially build a […]

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Kikunoi’s Pompano Grilled Nanban Style

While staying with my folks over the holidays, I wanted to try another item from Murata-san’s Kasieki cookbook.   While looking through to see what I could reasonably handle, I decided on doing the Kikunoi Pompano Grilled Nanban Style. An online version of the recipe can be found here: http://www.foodarts.com/recipes/recipes/1422/pompano-grilled-nanban-style Because I didn’t like the way […]

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Murata’s Fruit Jelly Dessert

Happy new year! When I’d  gotten Yoshihiro Murata’s Kikunoi: The Exquisite Cuisine Of Kyoto’s Kikunoi Restaurant, I think the first recipe I wanted to try from the book was Murata-san’s Fruit Jelly.  It just seemed to be such a festive holiday dessert.  Murata’s Fruit Jelly can be found online at: http://books.google.com/books?id=8clwyPUpULQC&lpg=PP1&pg=PA186#v=onepage&q&f=false Note: http://global.rakuten.com/en/store/shopdeco/item/802292/ describes a […]

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Kikunoi’s Komochi Ayu/Saba/Sawara With Sweetened Walnuts

A few years ago, I’d gotten a copy of Yoshihiro Murata’s Kikunoi: The Exquisite Cuisine Of Kyoto’s Kikunoi Restaurant.  I wish I’d known about the restaurant when I visited Kyoto back in 1988. Not knowing when I’d get the chance to revisit Japan, I thought I’d try to do a few dishes from his book while […]

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