Experiencing Steak Katsu (Gyukatsu) in Japan for the First Time
Steak Katsu (or gyukatsu) is relatively new in Japan. It’s so new that not even my Japanese relatives knew about it when I went to go visit them in November 2016. Katsu, meaning (fried) cutlet, is very common in Japan, but most of the time, it’s made with pork or chicken. There’s a few places that I know of that currently serve steak katsu and Shibuya is one of them.
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Onigiri しらす大葉おにぎり. Japanese food made from white rice formed into triangular or oval shapes and often wrapped in nori (seaweed). Traditionally, an onigiri is filled with pickled ume (umeboshi), salted salmon, katsuobushi, kombu, tarako, or any other salty or sour ingredient...You may find this at khaogali.com
This is the ultimate traditional #food guide for #Japan! Japanese cuisine is delicious and you should try it all. Sushi, Ramen and plenty other foods are worth eating in japan!
De Tokyo à Kyoto: voyage initiatique au Japon
Restaurant traditionnel, Kyoto, by Aurélie Morin
Portuguese Sausage And Beans ~ What I love about this meal is it's rustic simplicity. From my friend Nelson's cookbook with a wonderful collection of stories about life and food in Portugal. http://thetravelbite.com: http://thetravelbite.comrecipes/main_dishes/portuguese-sausage-beans/