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Onions: How to Chop Fine

It’s a video, but if you’re like me – you still need swim goggles… …and a respirator.  One can never be too careful.

Note how the hand holds the onion, so you’re less likely to cut yourself.

Tips And Tricks

Mikawa Zezankyo (みかわ是山居), Tokyo

When Japan has Jiro Ono, the living national treasure, in the sushi field, Saotome should be counted as another dedicated old man who specializes in tempura. 136 more words

Michelin Restaurants

The curse of the Michelin-star restaurant rating

Chef Julio Biosca remembers the last straw clearly. In April 2013, he was out for his birthday dinner at a Michelin-star restaurant and the waiter was doing his adjective-heavy best at enumerating the ingredients of a complicated dish (“singing the dish,” in Biosca’s words). 972 more words

Leadership

Review: The French by Simon Rogan

The French by Simon Rogan is located inside the historic Midland Hotel in the heart of central Manchester. It was Rogans first venture outside the sleepy village of Cartmel in Cumbria, home to his iconic L’enclume, which remains in my husbands and I’s opinion, the place where we had the best meal of our lives. 662 more words

2014

Kanda - A Restaurant That's The Best of the Best, Says the Michelin Guide

Just this week the 2015 Michelin Guide came out and The Japan Times reports that Tokyo has retained its spot as the best city in the world in which to eat.  538 more words

Japan

Jimbocho Den (神保町 傳), Tokyo

Apparently I eat more than I blog, but I have decided to finish all my blog post in 2014 before I was greeted by 2015. I will start this goal with Jimbocho Den, just because it’s one of the highlight of the year for me. 327 more words

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