From Japan to Italy, discover the unique ways people around the world ring in the holiday season!
Furikake is one of the most quintessential seasonings of any Japanese kitchen and quite possibly the most versatile: it’s delicious on vegetables, soups, salads, fish, meat, and more! Here, it adds a punch of flavor to simple breaded and fried fish.
This soba noodle soup is perfect for anytime of year—it’s light enough for summer, but warm and hearty enough for fall.
Would you ever believe that in Japan, it’s actually polite to slurp your soup? Or that black cats are an omen of good luck? Japan is one of the most fascinating countries in the world thanks its incredible mix of modernity and tradition. To prove it to you, we’ve rounded up nine crazy facts we’re sure you’ve never heard before.
Yakisoba is a typical Japanese noodle dish that actually takes cues from other Asian cuisines, primarily Chinese. Feel free to mix and match vegetables, meats, and garnishes to create your own version of the dish.
Happy National Ice Cream Day! To celebrate this most glorious occasion, we’re making ice cream sundaes with toppings from our boxes. Just pick your favorite ice cream flavor as a base and mix and match toppings using the suggestion below.
Ginger is known for its restorative and medicinal properties. This tisane, or an infusion of herbs and spices, is a perfect nightcap or cure for an upset stomach
A typical item in bento boxes or school lunches, nigiri is made with the same types of rice as sushi. This version can be lightly sautéed for a bit of crispness, but is also delicious as is
This modern take on traditional matcha tea is a vodka-based cocktail. It packs quite a punch!
Unlike coffee, matcha offers that morning caffeine boost without the negative side effects of the jitters or caffeine crash. This breakfast smoothie will keep you amped for the day