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Japanese Onigiri Month, Part Six: Nothin’ But Eel
Oof, that’s a lot of rice. No, it’s not slang for money; rather, it’s an obvious conclusion. Eat onigiri, spike your blood sugar levels. And if you don’t want all of those carbohydrates, ...
Japanese Onigiri Month, Part Five: The Korean Edition
After a whirlwind tour of various Japanese onigiri, let’s take a gander at culinary influences from the Korean peninsula, the insular country’s western neighbors across the Sea of Japan: Bul...
Japanese Onigiri Month, Part Four
After a brief pause in Japanese Onigiri Month, let’s see what’s in store for this pre-snowstorm Monday… Salmon broiled in white miso and mirin (さけ味噌漬焼/ sa-kay mi-so tska yahkee). A couple of...
Event Review: The 2017 International Restaurant and Foodservice Show of New York
Disclaimer: In exchange for a review of this event, I was offered a press pass. Many photos attached. The 2017 International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York, held at Manhattan‘s J...
Japanese Onigiri Month, Part Three
Before a brief interruption in this month’s scheduled programming, I bring thee three more versions of Japanese onigiri to sample: I’m predicting it now… the food trend for 2017: onigiri and...
Japanese Onigiri Month, Part Two
For the next installment of onigiri (omusubi) month, I bring you three – nay, two and a half – more suggestions, fresh from Japan…but first, a Japanese language primer: – 新発売 shin hatsubai =...
Introducing…Onigiri (おにぎり/🍙) Month
After taking a moment to reflect back on the more than five years BuildingMyBento has been around, two things stand out– There has only ever been one themed month, and that was five years ag...
Land of the Rising Pun
Work has been keeping me occupied lately, but for those who could use an uncomfortable laugh, check out this hair salon in Tokyo, Japan: Japan, you’re the capital of weird. Never change.Fil...
The Q-rious Quince and More
I had no idea what a quince looked like, let alone tasted like on its own, but there was one excellent memory of the yellow pome– quince paste, or membrillo in Spanish: Yes, I can recall gre...
Event Review: The 2017 New York Oyster and Beer Festival
Disclaimer: In exchange for an event review, I received an entry ticket. All photos were taken by my associate. On February 11th, the Tunnel/La.Venue at the Waterfront (269 11th Avenue betw...
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