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A visitor samples thinly-sliced
Mar 2, 2010 by Yahoo Photo News

A visitor samples thinly-sliced lamb produced in New Zealand dipped in a hot broth in the Japanese style cooking of shabu-shabu during the 35th International Food and Beverage Exhibition FOODEX Japan 2010 at Makuhari Messe in Chiba near Tokyo, Japan, Tuesday, March 2, 2010.
(AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)
A visitor samples thinly-sliced lamb produced in New Zealand ...
(Image Photo by AP)

Burning Japanese at The Kitchen, London SW6
Mar 3, 2010 by Times Online

An evening Japanese cookery course learning the basics with Japanese food "sensai" Shirley Booth. The teaching zone at The Kitchen is at the end of a long, narrow street-level room that starts with a cafe and a bar where blackboards are chalked up with forthcoming daily courses, from yummy mummys' children's parties to Michelin-star level instruction from the owner Thierry Laborde.

  • Cooking up a storm
    Mar 4, 2010 by St. Petersburg Times

    Amateur chefs now have the chance to take lessons with a professional. The hippest way to celebrate a special occasion in the city right now is by visiting the culinary workshop of local chef Ilya Lazerson.

  • Cooking classes
    Mar 3, 2010 by Tulsa World

    If you are interested in cooking classes for children, Sage Culinary Studio offers classes six days a week for children ages 3 to 17.
  • Mar 4, 2010 by The Massachusetts Daily Collegian

    On their Pacific tsunami ride to glory, Darlingside stopped by the University of Massachusetts and Sweet Baby Lou and the Reverends of Funk’s office at WMUA to spread their sound into the ears of campus Feb. 3. With their indie/folk/rock beats and catchy harmonic rhythms, the guys of Darlingside showed UMass the fruits of their labor, planted in their Williams College base. Make no mistake, this ...
  • Book Review: Japanese Cocktails by Yuri Kato
    Mar 1, 2010 by Blogcritics.org

    Sake is good for the skin -- and other joys of Japanese cocktails.
  • Cooking robots aim to make the mechanical man more appealing
    Feb 28, 2010 by Austin American-Statesman

    Cooking robots aim to make the mechanical man more appealing
  • Mar 3, 2010 by The Holland Sentinel

    “Artfully Adorned: The Japanese Kimono,” a free exhibit, will be on display at the Saugatuck Center for the Arts through April 26.
  • Mar 4, 2010 by Galveston County Daily News

    (Photo by Kevin M. Cox)

    GALVESTON — When The Tremont House staff began planning their 2010 Mardi Gras Ball, it didn’t take long to decide on a theme for the menu.

    “Having our event coincide with Chinese New Year is terrific, because Chinese is probably my favorite cuisine,” the hotel’s executive chef, Jerry Helminski, said.

    Helminski has developed a menu that includes many favorites from mainland China along with Pan-Asian elements from other nearby countries.
  • Mar 2, 2010 by GamePro

    It's a fantastic time to be an RPG fan. Mass Effect 2 just hit store shelves a few weeks back, Fable III was recently officially announced, and Japanese games like Final Fantasy XIII and Resonance of Fate loom on the horizon. But odds are that many of you are still finding yourselves enchanted by Bioware/EA's holiday 2009 epic, Dragon Age: Origins. Thankfully for fans, Bioware's got a brand-new ...

  • By J.S. on Mar 6, 2010

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