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In Japanese, its name means chopped fish. But the Surimi that has been produced in Japan for a millennium is nothing like the industrial sticks sold in Europe.
The French Michelin-starred chef of the "Les Saisons" restaurant of the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo has created a French/Japanese fusion dish around kamaboko, the finest of Japanese surimi.
Sake is a great alternative to wine to accompany seafood dishes
Konjac has been grown in Japan for centuries. Historically, the plant was appreciated for its healing qualities. It is now cooked in many forms and popular among westerners keen to keep an eye on their physique and health.
Thierry Voisin is the French Michelin-starred chef of the Les Saisons restaurant in Tokyo. He has created a dish based on konjac, a healthy root-vegetable that is very popular in Japan. Why not try this land and sea combination at home and become a true chef?
Sake, a complex drink from Japan is gaining popularity among cooks and wine enthusiasts in Europe especially as an accompaniment to seafood dishes
Sake specialists are trying their best to introduce the unique characteristics of this complex fermented drink to the greatest number of people outside Japan
Sake is a drink that is finding increasing popularity among chefs in Europe
In Japan, there are not many rules for drinking sake, but one fundamental rule is that you never serve yourself
Miso is one of the most important ingredients in Japanese cuisine and forms the basis of almost every meal
Thierry Voisin is the French Michelin-starred chef of the Les Saisons restaurant in Tokyo. He has created a dish based on miso - a fermented, soy paste fundamental to Japanese cuisine
Japan’s iconic drink, sake, is still little known outside the country. But that could be about to change.
In this exclusive video we show you each step in the sake production process
From screen to plate: the MasterChef restaurant goes live
Musabbeh Al Kaabi, the first Emirati chef in the world, shows Euronews how he prepares Iftar, the evening meal eaten by Muslims during Ramadan.
We sample some of the culinary delights at the Dubai Food Festival, meet two critically-acclaimed British chefs and dine with the former chief of the Michelin Guide.
Michelin starred chef Gary Rhodes shares his 'Asparagus Spring Onion and Chive Rissotto' as his 'Pan-Fried Salmon Fillet' with Euronews' Taste.