- Mushroom Hunting (and Cooking) Lessons from an Expert Forager
- Pot-au-Feu: The Ultimate French Comfort Food
- Top 10 Food Moments Every 'Girls' Fan Will Remember
- Potage Parmentier: The Perfect Potato and Leek Soup in Any Language
- 5 Reasons Why Pie Is the Best
- Where to Eat While You Bet on March Madness in Vegas
- What It’s Like to Eat Six Bowls of Ramen in a Single Day
- 3 Bittersweet Drinks to Make with Amaro di Angostura
- 8 Unexpected Ways to Top a Pizza
- Everything You Need to Know About Oolong Tea
Nancy Singleton Hachisu, author of Japanese Farm Food, names six key ingredients to have on hand.
Nancy Singleton Hachisu, author of Japanese Farm Food, names six key ingredients to have on hand. Find them at East Asian groceries or check Nancy’s favorite online sources, goldminenaturalfoods.com and naturalimport.com.
Intensely flavored sour plums that have been pickled and dried.
Shavings of a dried, tuna-like fish.
A pungent, aromatic herb with large, serrated, slightly sweet and peppery leaves.
A small, fragrant yellow citrus fruit with a sweet-tart flavor.
A seasoning paste made from fermented rice soaked in soy sauce.
A seasoning paste made from fermented rice soaked in saltwater.