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The Food Lab Turbo: Broiled Miso Black Cod

The Food Lab J. Kenji López-Alt 4 comments

These days, miso-marinated black cod is almost synonymous with Nobu Matsuhisa's New York restaurant, though he by no means invented the dish. It stems from a traditional Japanese preparation called kasuzuke, in which fish and vegetables are marinated in the leftover lees from sake production before being broiled or grilled. This is the fish dish to pull out when you're ready to blow away your spouse or dinner guests, but don't want to put more than five minutes of effort into making dinner. Five minutes. Really. More

Lunch for One: Nobu's Squid Pasta Bowl

New York Kathy YL Chan 1 comment

Though many people tend to dismiss Nobu—saying it's all about the scene and no longer about the food—I have a long-standing relationship with this Squid Pasta Bowl ($20). More

Eating in with Nobu: Tuna Tataki Sashimi Salad with Matsuhisa Dressing

New York Kerry Saretsky Post a comment

Nobu is notoriously expensive, and admittedly, I've only been to the London Nobu, which was thereby even more expensive. But it was great. So if you want to go raw without feeling as cut up by the prices as the... More

Nobu's Jessica Isaacs Will Open Bakery/Cafe in Jersey City in Early 2009

New York Allison Hemler 2 comments

Green tea sandwich cookies by Jessica Isaacs. You might be familiar with her unique creations at Nobu and Nobu Next Door, and tentatively in February 2009, pastry chef Jessica Isaacs will be opening Cocoa, a bakery/cafe/restaurant across the Hudson... More

Black Cod With Miso

Lia Bulaong 4 comments

One of my favorite fish dishes is black cod marinated in miso, as made famous by Nobu's Nobuyuki Matsuhisa, and Rasa Malaysia's just posted a recipe for it, inspired by the Nobu Cookbook. I hadn't realized it was so simple to make—the marinade is just four ingredients, and the most complicated step is leaving the fish in it overnight—but now that I know, I'm going to be giving it a try for dinner this week. You should too!... More

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