Posts Tagged Yasuhiko Homma

World Of Nobu: Seafood Brown Rice Paella, Matsuhisa LA

Previously, on tastingmenu.wordpress.com: * https://tastingmenu.wordpress.com/2012/10/29/nobu-style-paella-from-nobu-west/ I was recently leafing through World Of Nobu when I noticed Yasuhiko Homma’s contribution of the paella to the book (p. 104).  Previously, I’d made a version of this dish from Nobu West.   What I found interesting was Chef Homma’s approach in preparing this dish.   Unlike the way that I […]

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…and sometimes I just want comfort food: Ocha Zuke, Matsuhisa-style

Previously, on tastingmenu.wordpress.com – * https://tastingmenu.wordpress.com/2011/03/04/nobu-weekend-dinner-at-home Sometimes I want something simple, either to finish a meal or as a little something to address that “I’m a little bit hungry”.  When I was in college, I was sometimes able to get a packet or two of Nagatanien chazuke mix for a bowl of rice with hot […]

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Anticucho Skewers (aka Nobu Anticucho Kushiyaki)

I hadn’t played with anticucho for a while and I thought it might be nice to do an anticucho kushiyaki dinner one evening.  Since the kushiyaki ‘recipes’ were not in any of the Nobu books, I called Matsuhisa, LA @ 8:30pm EDT 25 May 2013 and had quick conversation with Executive Chef Yasuhiko Homma,  Matsuhisa-sama’s […]

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