Culinary

Culinary

Chopstick skills

Eating sushi with chopsticks requires a little technique, some persistence and lots of practice. Once you have mastered the technique, you will notice that the chopsticks become a natural extension of your thumb en index finger you can use to… Read more

Wagyu

When you think about Teppanyaki Restaurant Sazanka, you’re probably also thinking about the delicate Wagyu meat they have on their menu. Dutch meat supplier Nice to Meat has been lobbying for 15 years to open up the Japanese export market, and… Read more

Traditional Japanese Kaiseki cuisine

The origins of the Kaiseki cuisine are found many centuries ago in simple meals served at a tea ceremony, but later it evolved into an elaborate dining style. The traditional Japanese Kaiseki cuisine, which is served in Yamazato, represents a Japanese multi-course haute cuisine. Read more

Sushi

When thinking of Japanese food, many people instantly think of sushi. Not that strange, given that sushi is one of the most popular Japanese dishes, both in Japan and beyond. With more than 40 varieties of sushi on its menu, … Read more

Teppanyaki at home

‘Teppanyaki’ literally means ‘grilled on an iron plate’ (teppan = iron plate, yaki = grill). In Japan this is probably the oldest method of preparing food, invented when the Japanese grilled their fish on a shovel above an open fire. Slowly,… Read more

Teppanyaki

Nowadays, many people are familiar with the customs of teppanyaki; the Japanese art of cooking on a hot griddle in front of guests. Over the last ten years, teppanyaki restaurants have gained enormously in popularity and the number of teppanyaki… Read more

The classic Caesar salad

Caesar Cardini The original recipe for the Caesar Salad was invented in Tijuana, Mexico by Caesar Cardini. His original recipe consisted of six ingredients: romaine lettuce, garlic, parmesan cheese, croutons, egg and Worchestershire sauce. Serre’s Caeser salad Salad Little… Read more