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Sunday Supper: Lancashire Hotpot

Serious Eats Sydney Oland 4 comments

A simple casserole for a Sunday afternoon, the Lancashire hotpot is a lamb stew baked with sliced potatoes. Traditional recipes often include kidneys, blood sausage, or both; this version uses kidneys. If you choose to omit them, add a few more chunks of lamb. More

Warming Up with EN Japanese Brasserie's Seasonal Hotpots

New York Joe DiStefano 3 comments

[Photo: Joe DiStefano] Now that winter has New York City in its icy clutches, the mind and belly turn toward soup. Until very recently, my knowledge of Japanese soup was limited to miso and ramen. All that changed with... More

Cook the Book: Black Cod and Soy Milk Hot Pot (Tonyu Nabe)

Serious Eats Tam Ngo 2 comments

[Photograph: Tam Ngo] Speak to chef Tadashi Ono about this hot pot and he at once turns dreamy-eyed—its milky broth reminds him of lakes frozen over. Black cod, also known as sablefish, thrive in the frigid seas off Alaska... More

Cook the Book: Squid Hot Pot (Ishiri Nabe)

Serious Eats Tam Ngo 4 comments

[Photographs: Tam Ngo] This week's Cook the Book recipes represent the ongoing research of the Japanese Hot Pots project—undertaken by Matsuri chef Tadashi Ono and journalist of all things Japanese Harris Salat. Last Christmas, I had the pleasure of... More

Cook the Book: Sumo Wrestler Hot Pot

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 3 comments

"This was another hot pot that allegedly serves four but was easily devoured by two people—whose combined weight isn't even close to sumo-worthy." [Flickr: pyramis] Marathon runners carbo-load on giant plates of pasta before a big race. Weightlifters have been... More

Cook the Book: Salmon Hot Pot

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 1 comment

You know that old adage, you can't judge a book by it's cover? Well, when it comes to cookbooks the rule might not be so hard and fast. Case in point, the stunning Salmon Hot Pot that graces the cover... More

Cook the Book: 'Japanese Hot Pots'

Caroline Russock Closed

The hot pot or nabe in Japanese is more than a meal—it's a social event, a reason for people to gather around the table and enjoy not just a meal together but one from the same pot. In Japan there is a common belief that str sharing a meal forges closer relationships among diners. You might not have shared a steaming hot pot before, but anyone who has tackled a cheesy, bubbling pot of fondue with friends knows it's a fun, though a bit messy, way to eat with friends. Japanese Hot Pots by chef Tadashi Ono and Harris Salat, Japanese food aficionado and creator of the comprehensive Japanese food culture bolg, The Japanese Food Report sets out to bring... More

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