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The Easter Bunny comes hopping into town on April 5, and he’ll be mighty hungry after delivering all those eggs. Set your table with an Easter feast that your whole family (bunnies included!) will enjoy.
Things are always heating up in Kikkoman’s Kitchen! We love creating new recipe ideas and products to make your time in the kitchen more fun and convenient. Kikkoman’s line of sauces and marinades are not only delicious and versatile, but also offer a wide variety of applications. Check out these new cooking videos from our experts!
Kikkoman Soy Sauce is a versatile ingredient that can be used to cook many different types of cuisines. Our soy sauce can be used in soups, salad dressings, marinades for meat, desserts and more. Get creative with soy foods during National Soy Foods Month and try one of these recipes.
Asian specialty ingredients add instant sophistication and appeal to a variety of dishes. After learning the basics from this guide, you'll be able to create new and delicious recipes or add an Asian touch to an old favorite.
Until recently, Western taste physiology experts traditionally talked about four basic flavors: sweet, salty, sour and bitter. But the Japanese include a fifth flavor: umami ("oo-ma-mee").
Good kitchen tools are to a home cook what a well-supplied toolbox is to a carpenter. A pot wouldn't be used to fry an egg, just as a saw would be the wrong tool for driving a nail into wood.
Daniel Olivella is the executive chef-partner and wine buyer of B44 Catalan Bistro in San Francisco, and Barlata, a tapas bar in Oakland, CA. He is currently working in his second Barlata tapas bar this time in Austin, TX due to open this year.