Yes, I did this again. This is Obachan's quasi Kaiseki #2. If you're interested in what Kaiseki is and why I call it "quasi-kaiseki," click here. This time, I made all these on one day (not today, though). Oh, sorry! Misozuke-tofu was an exception. I pickled it a couple of days in advance.
Obachan's Early Spring Quasi-Kaiseki
前菜/先付け Zensai/Sakizuke (Appetizers)
椀/吸い物 Wan/Suimono (Soup Dish)
煮物 Nimono (Simmered Dish)
焼き物 Yakimono (Broiled Fish)
揚物 Agemono (Deep-Fried Dish)
酢の物 Sunomono (Vinegared Dish)
御飯・止め椀・香の物 Gohan, Tome-wan, Koh no mono (Rice, miso soup and pickles)
* I omitted 刺身Sashimi (Sliced raw fish) this time.
Saturday, February 25, 2006
Posted by obachan at 2/25/2006 10:56:00 PM