Light yet flavorful, Spaghetti alle Vongole is an Italian classic clam pasta infused with garlic, briny clams, white wine, and chili flakes.
Start your New Year with these 12 inspiring, healthy Japanese recipes, with a focus on seasonal & wholesome ingredients.
Remember those few really special meal you’ll cherish the rest of your life? Dining at Atelier Crenn exceeded our expectation and it’s one of those meals we’ll remember for a long time.
Kagami Biraki is a Japanese traditional ceremony to break the ornamental mochi and eat it for good health and good fortune for the New Year.
After indulgence of Japanese New Year feast, Nanakusa Gayu (seven herb rice porridge) is eaten on January 7 to help our stomachs recover.
The Japanese have many traditions celebrating the New Year, including special food, visiting the temple, and giving gift.
Simply simmered in dashi soy sauce and soaked overnight, this beautiful shrimp adds a bright color and delicious flavor to your Osechi Ryori.
Kazunoko (herring roe) simmered in dashi soy broth is a popular Japanese New Year feast. This prized delicacy symbolizes prosperous family and many offsprings.
The Japanese celebrate the New Year Day with traditional New Year foods called Osechi Ryori (御節料理), here are some popular dishes.
This homemade Chocolate Almond Toffee is simply out of this world. The sweet buttery toffee is covered in rich chocolate and sprinkled with chopped walnut. A simple recipe that you could easily remember and whip up anytime!
Light and fluffy, Japanese Cheesecake is a delicious gift for a real cheesecake lover. It’s a melt-in-your-mouth combination of creamy cheesecake and airy soufflé. A second (or more) serving is a guarantee!