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Tag Archives: Yakitori
Another Offering From The Japanese Izakaya. Butabara. Grilled Pork Belly Skewers With Green Spring Onion.
It’s Spring, and the weather has been unseasonably warm. The perfect excuse to fire up the barbecue. My family has a penchant for anything marinated, skewered and grilled. No doubt a consequence of many a visit to the Japanese izakaya … Continue reading
Posted in Pork, Small Bites, To Serve with Drinks, What I Love to Cook Tagged BBQ, Grill, Healthy, Japanese, Pork, Pork Belly, Skewers, Spring Onion, Yakitori 11 Comments
From the Japanese Izakaya. Marinated, Skewered and Grilled. Chicken Yakitori with Spring Onion.
One of the highlights of any trip to Japan must be a visit to a traditional izakaya. Not quite bar, not quite restaurant. Izakaya are warm, cosy, happy places. The perfect venue to catch up with friends for a beer, … Continue reading
Posted in Poultry, Small Bites, To Serve with Drinks, What I Love to Cook Tagged BBQ, Chicken, Food, Grill, Healthy, Japanese, Skewers, Spring Onions, Yakitori 4 Comments
A Taste of Niseko. By Anthony Bourdain.
After two days of snowstorms and limited visibility we had a glorious blue sky day today. Perfect for powder skiing. So we hit the slopes early and skied all over the resort from Hanazono to Annapuri. I have some wonderful … Continue reading
Posted in Musings & Inspiration, Where I Love to Eat Tagged Food, Hokkaido, Niseko, Skiing, Soba, Travel, Yakitori 1 Comment