Can okra, a notoriously slimy vegetable, be good in a refreshing dish? Is the plum-miso mayonnaise actually worth making at home, or should you skip it altogether? And what on earth are those weird red things on the salad? Click through to get the answers to your burning questions!
This meat bun is the perfect mid-afternoon snack, and great for sharing! Being con season, this is the perfect snack to make for friends and to share with everyone who is suffering in line right along with you. I mean, it helps Aoi make friends in Kakuriyo -Bed and Breakfast for Spirits-, so I'm sure it can help us, too! Click through to read more!
Eggplant is often a bit difficult to work with- it absorbs oil like crazy, can be bitter, and doesn't always mix well with other ingredients. However, this fried eggplant recipe takes the notorious vegetable and makes it delicious- fit to serve a king! Or, in this case, a wealthy and important ayakashi couple. Click through to read how to do it yourself!
Pork belly – we know it in America most commonly as bacon, but as it turns out, you can slowly simmer chunks of the fatty meat in a delicious liquid to make it soft and tender. And then you can feed it to important people and make them cry! Click through to figure out how to make it.
Onsen tamago seem to pop up whenever anime characters go on any kind of hot springs adventure, but unfortunately, we don't have hot springs as prevelently in America. I wanted to find out if we could make the same kind of egg in the American equivalence – a hot tub. Click through to find out if it worked!
If you're feeling low on spiritual energy, this is the dish for you. An enticing blend of onion, egg, and chicken, all wrapped up in a savory sweet broth. It's Japanese flavors at their finest in this unbeatable recipe from Kakuriyo -Bed & Breakfast for Spirits-! Click through to find out how to make your own!