Howto & Style 

Kimchi Pancakes with Dancing Fish Flakes – Food Wishes

Learn how to make Kimchi Pancakes! Not only are you going to learn how to make this easy and extremely delicious savory pancake, you’re also going to witness the magic that is bonito! Visit https://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2018/12/kimchi-pancakes-come-for-savory-pancake.html for the ingredients, more information, and many, many more video recipes. I really hope you enjoy this Kimchi Pancakes with Dancing Fish Flakes recipe! You can also find my content on Allrecipes: http://allrecipes.com/recipes/16791/everyday-cooking/special-collections/web-show-recipes/food-wishes/”

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Entertainment 

How 3 Michelin Star Sushi Legend Masa Cooks at Home

Legendary sushi chef Masa Takayama was the first Japanese chef to helm a restaurant that was awarded three Michelin stars in the US. Now, he’s going to show you how he cooks at home by using one fish to make three dishes. This zero-waste approach is going to use every part of the fish—even the bones and head—and use a variety of techniques, and not just Japanese ones. You’ll also find out why you shouldn’t buy ponzu sauce from the store. Subscribe to Munchies here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-MUNCHIES All Munchies videos release…

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Entertainment 

A Graveyard Picnic with Deebo

Dining in Hollywood is as much about the experience as it is about the food. Our host Kris Yenbamroong is eating sushi boats and drinking fishbowl cocktails 250 feet above Hollywood Boulevard in a Japanese palace, picnicking in a graveyard with Tiny Lister (aka Deebo from Friday), and dancing the night away at a Cuban supper club that is probably the most lively place to eat and drink in Hollywood. Subscribe to Munchies here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-MUNCHIES Check out http://munchies.tv for more! Follow Munchies here: Facebook: http://facebook.com/munchies Twitter: http://twitter.com/munchies Tumblr: http://munchies.tumblr.com Instagram:…

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How-To Make Tonkatsu

Tonkatsu, breaded and fried pork, is the ultimate Japanese comfort food. Elena Yamamoto, Co-Chef of Karasu in Brooklyn, shows us her favorite way to make Tonkatsu: making homemade breadcrumbs, brining her pork cutlets, and mixing store-bought Tonkatsu sauce (Elena says to always buy your tonkatsu sauce!) with freshly ground sesame seeds in a suribachi, a Japanese mortar and pestle. As Elena says, it’s common to eat Tonkatsu before a big event, like a test or a sporting event, even a birthday, but we think you should eat it every day.…

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