Do you remember that scene in Lady and the Tramp? 1 noodle, 2 lovers, and a massive plate of spaghetti and meatballs. Well, this is what we’ve always imagined they were eating. Light enough yet meaty meatballs slow-simmered in a homemade marinara sauce, spooned on top of a plate of spaghetti. No turkey. No chicken…. Read More »
“ For me, food is about discovery and exploration. With a little technique, confidence and inspiration, everyone can learn to cook without recipes. That's why I focus on teaching technique, with the hope of inspiring others to find their own culinary adventures ”
When we started NoshOn.It, we knew that Marc, a transplant from the U.S. to Tokyo, had to be one of our first featured chefs because his mission and philosophy are so closely aligned with ours. As you’ll see from today’s recipe, Marc believes that “with a little technique, confidence, and inspiration, everyone can learn to cook without recipes.” And we feel exactly the same way! After reading Marc’s blog for a while, you’ll pick up invaluable techniques all while producing delicious meals along the way. And, you’ll be hard pressed to find more beautiful pictures of food out there. Food porn at its best, friends. ’Nuff said.
In a 2011 CNN Poll, Beef Rendang was voted by readers to be the Most Delicious Food in the World so we absolutely had to seek out a recipe to recreate this Indonesian specialty at home. Lucky for us, blogger extraordinaire Marc Matsumoto of No Recipes breaks down this complex, intensely-flavored dish into easy-to-follow steps. A… Read More »
Marc teaches us that enjoying sushi does not have to be saved just for restaurants. This recipe shows you step-by-step how to master the California Roll. And his pictures are drool-worthy. In this recipe, Marc shares the origins of the oh-so-popular California Roll (in the United States, nonetheless) and how it’s become a staple in U.S…. Read More »
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