The ordering from my good customers for their birthday dinner.
I'm really honoured to be involved their special memories.
A huge Happy Birthday, Mr !
We can't call these rice balls Sushi properly, but sometimes I like to play up.
It's Monday and new week has just started.
Have a lovely week everyone!
How lucky we live in such a beautiful and harvesting place; Cornwall.
The other day, my favourite fishmonger, Kernow Sashimi, gave us the chance to buy the freshest Megrim which was caught just the day before.
This was perfect timing as we had a little celebrating thing on the day.
I cleaned this huge megrim and cooked with lots of vegetables.
This was absolutely delicious.
Rich, flavourful, creamy but not too heavy at all.
This recipe is based on the recipe of Cornish legend, Nathan Outlaw and I have added some arrangements for my fitting.
Oo megrim, you made our day!
I hope you have had a nice week.
Have a lovely weekend everyone.
Well,..Pan-fried noodle dishes are really home-style dish, but I just put makeup on that for making difference from a stale dinner.
It's accessories are chive's flower, Mizuna (Japanese green vegetable) and dill.
Alright, it's already Thursday.
Have a lovely day today too!
Beautiful Wagyu (Japanese beef) which is melt in your mouth, what an amazing marble meat!
The taste is really rich, creamy and remarkably nutty.
I sliced Wagyu thinly and lightly seared only surface by a blow torch aiming for it's delicate fat is nicely melt.
I'm planning to set these new beauties on my menu in my pop-ups in this year.
Have a lovely day everyone!
This is a marriage of Japanese and Mediterranean dish.
This spaghetti was seasoned with fish stock, butter, soy sauce, banana shallot, Coriander and Tobiko (Flying fish roe), which is popular in Japan.
And here is Mediterranean better half; Slow Cooked Lamb And Bean Stew
Mmmm...maybe strange to see such a new couple, but I think they made a lovely harmony.
Today is Monday, have you had a nice start of this week?
I hope you have a lovely week.
Something is hiding...what's that??
It's Takana (Japanese peppery green) Oshi Sushi.
And this is Mapo Aubergine (Mapo Nasu).
This is Chinese dish and I used to learn Chinese cooking in Tokyo.
Some hidden favour are You-chi (豆豉) which is known as fermented black beans and loads of Freshly grounded Szechuan peppercorn powder (花椒粉).
I'm gonna make a recipe of this hearty gutty meal in a couple of days.
Well, tomorrow, I will see some lovely new people for my Sushi Master Class, so excited!
I hope you everyone have a lovely day tomorrow too.
Do you think is this Roll Sushi or Burrito??
Well I have no idea actually, but any way this was scrumptious.
I hope you have started good week.