What is the Japanese cooking style?
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I would guess that they were quite satisfied with it. The Emperor was GOD. Wouldn't a Christian be happy if Christ himself was the head of his country?
Cooking fried rice isn't a Japanese culture. It is originally from China. Fried rice is a Chinese Cuisine (the staple of their culture) Japanese foods are more like, sushi, rice balls, ramen, ect.
it's an acquired skill. you can't actually go and buy some book that says 'how to draw anime' simply because you have to develop your own style. some basics are good to learn maybe, but you just have to keep on drawing and adjusting until you're satisfied with what you can do. I've been drawing for …all 13 years of my life, so i CAN say it works. just keep on drawing. =] but how moki_doki draws the eyes is easy. first draw a vertical oval. darken it, but leave a teensy white bubble, not super big, just so that you can see it. then make a curved line on top, like above, don't make it super long. it'll take a few tries, but you'll get the hang of it. however, i have no idea how to do the rest. like the other guy said, make your own style. ( Full Answer )
A tattoo of a turtle symbolizes peace and serenity. A Japanese takeon this tattoo would be to use the Japanese Kanji or character forturtle, Kame.
The land warfare was traditional (conventional), terrain dictating. Offensive & defensive, etc. The armies fighting in Europe, North Africa , Asia, and the pacific were dictated according to terrain. But the manuever was the same. Examples: Snow & cities/street/house to house in Europe; Open desert… terrain in North Africa, and hot steaming jungles in the South Pacific. All involved, forward, flanking (sides), and defensive movements on the parts of the combatants. This would contrast with WWI's static trench stalemate style of fighting. Tanks also existed and fought during WWI, but on a very small scale. The "Blitzkrieg" utilized a machine (tank) that already existed during WWI. The newer models were simply used in the tactic of being in large numbers and moving as rapidly as possible...this tactic was new. Blitzkrieg means lightning war.. Aerial Combat(aircraft verses aircraft-referred to as "Dog-Fighting") remained the same as WWI, only entailing faster, all metal, heavier armed propeller driven airplanes (plus heavy bombers of course). The navies were no different than WWI, even the submarines were used the same way, only more of them, and more effective use of them. Surface warships were nearly the same as WWI, battleships, cruisers, destroyers engaged each other, as in WWI. PT Boats (Patrol Torpedo) were "almost" new, but those types of vessels also existed during WWI and especially during the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905.. The only STYLE (tactic, strategy, weapon, etc) of fighting that really changed during WWII (MINUS NUCLEAR WEAPONS) was the aircraft carrier. This weapon was totally new, and had NO precedent in any country's military history. This weapon created the new "style" of aerial dog-fighting, in which even the victor could perish, if he ran out fuel and/or couldn't locate his aircraft carrier (he'd crash into the sea). Pilots had never experienced that kind of warfare before. Sink the opponents floating "air field" and he loses the battle, irregardless of his aerial victories. The carrier further displaced the BATTLESHIP as the capital warship of the world's navies, by virtue of being able to destroy targets at 200 miles away with superb accuracy, verses the maximum effective range of a battleship's 16" guns at 20 miles away, using 500 shells to do even that! If there was any NEW type of warfare, unique to WWII, that had no precedent, it was the aircraft carrier VS aircraft carrier duels of WWII. ( Full Answer )
The traditional way to sit in Japan is upon your knees. To sit in this style, your knees are folded directly underneath you, and you sit with your back straight. This position is called seiza . Many foreigners find this position extremely uncomfortable after a few minutes, as they are not accustome…d to sitting in the position. ( Full Answer )
Japanese values the time more than the Filipinos but Filipinos are more compassionate than the Japanese do.
They Cook so gently and using all natural ingredients for preparemeal. By Anaaya, The Cheesy Animation Factory ,Ahmadabad
name the companies using indian,american,japanese style of management. name the companies using indian,american,japanese style of management
Put them in a shallow pan season with salt, pepper, onion and garlic powder. put in a little water cover pan with foil. cook them suckers for at least 2 hours. check them once in awhile to make sure there is still liquid in pan. maybe last half hour you can take the foil off to brown them. I use… them to make carnitas in the crockpot. So easy and so yummy! See "related links" for the recipe. ( Full Answer )
does the type of japanese resturant wher the food is cooked in front of you have a specific nane?
Teppanyaki is the general term for the style of dining where the chef cooks in front of you/at your table, so I guess that would make him a teppanyaki chef
There are several types of theatre in Japan but the most popular are: Kabuki, Noh, & Bunraku.
The word meaning "to cook" is "taku." To say "I will cook," you'd say "takou." To say "I'm cooking" or "I'm going to cook," you'd say "taite." Previously, someone said "cook" is "ryori" which is a butchered version of "ryourishite" which in Tokyo Japanese is translated as "cooking." That… same person implied that you must say "watashi wa" meaning "I (subject)" before you say "cook" which is also false, unless you're changing the subject to yourself. Japanese verbs by themselves automatically imply that you're talking about yourself unless you direct the verb to someone else (he cooks, she cooks, they cook, etc...). ( Full Answer )
Cuban recipes share spices and techniques with Spanish and African cooking, with some Caribbean influence in spice and flavor. A small, but noteworthy, Chinese influence can also be accounted for, mainly in the Havana area.
There are quite marked differences between the two management styles. In Japan, the employees consider it an honor to spend their entire career at one organization while this does not happen in US as a result these managers know each and every thing about their companies and stay there long enough t…o get their plans implemented. Their experience is also limited and the US manager has more experience in dealing with ambiguous situations. The management of people in Japanese firms revolves around company loyalty but the US managers accept that even their best employees can leave. The salary and benefits in the US are linked to the performance of the employees but in Japanese culture employees have ob security and the firms do not cut down when there is an economic downturn. The basics of the work systems are different and themanagement styles differ according to these work ethics.by manas sharma firstname.lastname@example.org please contect 4 further information ( Full Answer )
To say what you will do in Japanese, you can use the volitional verb tense. In this case, a base verb for "to cook" is æçããã (ryouri wo suru), and to make it volitional it becomes æçãããã (ryouri wo shiyou). A lot of the time though, volitional t…ense is use to say "let's do x", so you might want to clarify in this case that you are going to cook, by including yourself as the subject [you can do this using any self-identifying noun and the ã¯ (ha) particle]. Another thing to note is that æç (ryouri) can also be used with ä½ã (tsukuru), which has the volitional form ä½ãã (tsukurou), however this is used to indicate "making" food and does not have the same "preparation" context thatãæçããã has. Thus, using ä½ãã would be more like saying "I'll make some food", instead of "I'll cook some food". Finally, Japanese has a few nouns for the generic concept of "food", those are é£å (shokuhin), é£ç© (shokumotsu), and another would be é£ã¹ç© (tabemono, lit: things you eat). Applying all these concepts, we can generate quite a few sentences for saying "I'll cook some food". One such sentence would be ç§ã¯é£ã¹ç©ãæçããã (watashi ha tabemono wo ryouri shiyou). ( Full Answer )
Cooking Southern Green Beans is no tough job. In fact it is one of those easy nice dish to make. Here are some easy quick steps on how you can cook : Ingredients: Before we start to cook, it is important we need a collection of ingredients that go on to make this dish. a. 3 cups of green be…ans. b. 1 medium chopped onion. c. 6 slices of Bacon. d. 3 teaspoons of salt e. Parmesan Cheese Once we have what it takes to make this dish, next comes the steps to make it happen. Here it is: 1. Get a nice pot so that you can put all your beans in it and cover them with water and start boiling. 2. Next, get a separate pan and fry the bacon until it gets crisp. 3. You also need a separate bowl to crumble the Bacon and then add to it, Onion and Salt. 4. Now, add the Bacon mixture to the beans in your pot. Just simmer it for about 20 minutes. 5. You are done. Get a nice dish and start serving with some cheese. Hope this helps. ( Full Answer )
Karate-do originated in Okinawa, which is now a part of Japan, but is a fusion of both Okinawan and Chinese Martial arts techniques. The word Karate literally translates as "Empty Hand" - however, it's origins also translate to "China Hand".. Karate, or Karate-do, is one of several Japanese Budo (M…artial Way) arts that has many styles. Other Do arts are: Aikido Kendo (Sword) Judo Kyudo (Bow/Mounted Archery) There are many styles of Japanese Karate, as there are many other styles of Korean Karate and the styles of other countries. However, Karate is historically traced to Okinawa and China. Some different styles of Japanese Karate are: Shotokan Shorin-Ryu Isshin-Ryu Goju-Ryu The term "Ryu" comes from "Ryuku", which is the name of the islands of which Okinawa is a part. These are a few of many different Japanese Karate styles, but all are descendants or variations on the original ancient styles. Differences can be in technique, stance, etc., but most Karate forms are similar in nature. ( Full Answer )
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i believe the main three is simmer, steam, and soup? and there is mainy more
Calabash (as far as the cooking category goes) is a way of cooking seafood that began in the small fishing village of Calabash, NC. The townspeople would show up at the docks to see what the fishermen caught, and they would have a big, communal seafood meal right there. It eventually became so popul…ar they moved it indoors and started a restaurant. One of the original restaurants, Beck's, is still open to this day. Calabash-style seafood (shrimp and flounder are most popular), is very fresh seafood coated in cornmeal instead of flour or batter, usually with a peppery spice added. I may be wrong, but I'm pretty sure they soak it in buttermilk first, sometimes adding hotsauce. Then it is lightly and quickly fried. It's almost always served with cole slaw, but I don't know if they have a particular style of cole slaw or not. ( Full Answer )
From Wikipedia; Miso (ã¿ã or å³å?) is a traditional Japanese seasoning produced by fermenting rice, barley and/or soybeans, with salt and the fungus kÅjikin (éº¹è?), the most typical miso being made with soy. The result is a thick paste used for sauces and spreads, pick…ling vegetables or meats, and mixing with dashi soup stock to serve as miso soup called Misoshiru (å³åæ±?), a Japanese culinary staple. ( Full Answer )
A cosplay shop or online, If not, Try buying loose legwarmers and wear socks under them.
Tex-Mex is the most common. It is a mix of the Texan and Mexican cooking cultures.
there are many kombu = kelp nori = used in rolls wakame = used in soups just to name a few really need the dish to be more accurate
If by writing style, you mean the style in which they write their kanji character, then it really depends from person to person. Of course, you can make them look more square or more flowing like we do with cursive and print.
Fugu. Almost all of the fish is poisonous except for a small part, which is considered a delicacy.
There are two primary schools in Japan. Shotokan was established inthe 1930's by Gichin Funikoshi. Shorinji-kemp was started shortlyafter World War II.
The two most likely contenders appear to be Schezuan and Hunan (judging by what I've seen in 27 years of Chinese-food-eating in New York City).
Depending on what you mean by style of cooking, Style is the technique used for the application of ingredients to the method of cooking applied for a recipe, not to be confused with the geographical location of recipe such as Italian style cooking, which is not a style but a cuisine, Greek cuisine… Chinese cuisine etc, At the moment I can name three styles of cooking, there are more but have forgotten the rest. As a Chef my style of cooking is Aromatic there is also Fusion and Country (Peasant). For example, as in an Irish Cuisine we will use the cooking method of stewing to create an Irish stew, Country style will fill the pot with water and throw in the ingredients and leave to stew, Aromatic will first sweat (cooking method) the ingredients, herbs and spices in different order to develop smell and taste to the desired affect then add the water or stock to stew, fusion may use either of these styles but introduce ingredients from different cuisines such as Yams or Rice instead of Potato or Ostrich instead of Lamb etc. each style will produce a different taste notable between aromatic and country by intensity of flavour, taste and texture, and the creation of a new taste and different flavour of the original by the fusion of new ingredients and or cooking methods (eg braising instead of stewing) to the recipe ( Full Answer )
The Japanese use three writing systems: hiragana (cursive), katakana (print), and kanji (borrowed from the Chinese).
there are many kombu = kelp nori = used in rolls wakame = used in soups just to name a few. really need the dish to be more accurate
Yes, home cooks can create Top Chef style meals if they have the right ingredients and follow the recipe exactly. But don't be afraid to get messy, and have fun with your family or friends! :)
Contrary to common belief, many people think that the word "tandoori" refers to a recipe, yet it can be better described as method of cooking. While a tandoor can be used to prepare breads but is also commonly used for preparing marinated meats or vegetables over an intense charcoal fire. A tandoo…r is a clay oven, it fact it is basically almost like a very large clay pit, large enough to hold a small fire created by slow burning wood charcoal. ( Full Answer )
Style being a western idea would probably be in Katakana (their alphabet for loan words and onomatopoeias). So it would probably be: ãã¹ã¿ã¤ã«ã ï¼ãPhonetically it's pronounced "su-tai-ru".
Sutairu: this translated from Japanese means "style." By choosing a word that most people wouldn't know the translation of, it adds mystery to your shop and will intrigue people to check it out.
One single word used for a style of cooking is 'cuisine' . While it's a French word which describes a cooking style, it is used worldwide in exactly the same context as it is used in French. So it isn't incorrect, for example, to use the phrase 'Asian cuisine', 'Latvian cuisine', 'Australian cuisi…ne', and so on; the terms simply let us know the area that particular style of cooking - cuisine - is identified with. ( Full Answer )
I have been to different Steak houses and found a variance. Personaly I get the Griddle pan put the gas on Full until the pan starts to smoke(to char) both sides and sides including the rind side very quickly just to colour. Then I turn the heat down and finish to preferred taste. Mine don't need mu…ch more than this as I like rare beef. Hope this helps ( Full Answer )
[ æ¨ãæçãããªãã¨é£¢ããã :umai ryouri wo shinai to ueru yo ] would literally mean: [If you don't cook well you'll starve]. æçãæ¨ããã, ããã¨ãé£¢ãã :[ ryouri wo umaku shiro, soretom…o uero] would literally mean: [Cook well, or starve]. The only difference is that the 2nd is in imperative form. ( Full Answer )
A vast majority of Japanese food is "cooked," often either by frying, grilling, or boiling.
One thing for sure is I would need to know where you live and usually I would find them in actual Japanese bookstores.
culinary arts :D mexican food is a style of cooking that is a characteristic of mexico. :o lol
Housing in Japan includes modern and traditional styles. Two patterns of residences are predominant in contemporary Japan : the single-family detached house and the multiple-unit building, either owned by an individual or corporation and rented as apartments to tenants, or owned by occupants. Addi…tional kinds of housing, especially for unmarried people, include boarding houses (which are popular among college students), dormitories (common in companies), and barracks (for members of the Self-Defense Forces, police and some other public employees). ( Full Answer )
Yes, it can be the same meal but if it's cooked in a different style it generally means that the meal is cooked by a different method and also most likely with a few different ingredients. The flavor of the meal might also differ slightly.
ãã¼ã© Poura (ra is actually pronounced as a combination ra, la, and da all said at the same time) Foriegn names and words in Japanese are written using in an alphabet known as Katakana
What is the nof the famous style of Japanese poetry that only uses three lines
A Japanese Kimono is a traditional robe of various styles. Kimonos are worn by men, women, and children. A kimono is wrapped left over right and held together a wide belt called an obi.
The best place to find recipes is in recipe books. These can be bought from any book retailers including Waterstone's and WHSmith. There are recipe books that are compiled wholly of Japanese recipes.
A Japanese style table or Kotatsu can be purchased at furniture online stores such as Chopa and Japanache. Another place to find such products is eBay where one can get used tables.