The other day, I got a pretty fresh cuttlefish from my fishmonger at Truro farmer’s market. I cleaned all and prepare the body part for my catering of next week.Then I used legs’ part for my family. It’s already September and nearly autumn.So, I made a plate using seasonal ingredients […]
Tempura Sprat with Matcha (green tea) Salt Someone is hiding behind the rock… Frittered Squid Lightly Grilled and Smoked Grey Mullet This beauty is Grey Mullet which was caught in Cornish shore.Beautiful and flavourful skin. Let’s go ahead. Steamed Monk Fish’s Liver (An-Kimo) with Creamed Cod Roe, Furikake We cleaned […]
The other day, luckily we got the freshest scallop and wrass from our lovely fishmonger, Kernow Sashimi. Cleaned wrass and scallop, first of all anyway. Then this was what we created using them. Sushi Cake -Cornish Scallop, Wrass Mnnn, what do you think? Tomorrow and the day after tomorrow, we […]
Awe what a gorgeous spring in Cornwall this year!Glorious sun, stunning blue sky, vibrant green fields…we are absolutely blessed. The other day, I was enough lucky to get the freshest local caught sardine from a fishmonger.And I was so eager to take some clean foods in, so I made these: […]
When you pour the warm Dashi broth over the Udon salad, the cold vegetable Dashi jelly is melt and turn into flavourful dipping broth. This trick is traditional and formal way for our Japanese culinary.
Sardine, mackerel, horse mackerel etc., these oily fish is matching with natural sourness of tomato. I cleaned local sardine and fold them up with carrot and tender broccoli together. Garlic, celery, onion, caper and loads of herbs in there.This hearty pot nicely kicked my week off. I hope you have […]
You might have known Tan Tan Ramen, which is getting be popular over the world.That is a Chinese-Japanese noodle soup and nicely spicy and hot dish.It’s contains lots of asian herbs and root vegetables like ginger, garlic and leeks. This time I arranged the Tan Tan toppings and paste to […]