When you can float through the air and conjure up monsters out of ectoplasm, you're bound to attract atteWeekly Time magazine sets up a series of culinary battles between the T zai News's 'Ultimate Menu,' represented by Yamaoka, and the Teito Times's 'Supreme Menu,' represented by Kaibara Y zan, Yamaoka's father and nemesis.
The ingredient this time is vegetables, specifically cabbages and turnips. Who will win the Vegetable Showdown? Learn More
Even though we know that babies and children learn primarily through their senses, American babies are still eating mushy food from a jar--at a time when their brains are growing exponentially and they are most open to trying new things. Learn More
Everyday millions of Japanese people, young and old, leave their homes with a bento in hand. Bento (boxed lunches) are handmade every morning packed with tender-loving care to give their recipients a warm-hearted well-needed boast to finish off the day.
The road to great Filipino food begins and ends at home. But the journey along the way introduces a combination of flavors and textures from around the world. In The Adobo Road Cookbook, Marvin Gapultos demonstrates that delicious Filipino food can be prepared anywhere--from Manila to Los Angeles and everywhere in between.
First published in Japan in 1993, Nobuyoshi Araki's The Banquet (Shokuji) offers a moving tribute to the photographer's late wife, Yoko, through a photo-diary of the food they shared together in the last months of her life. Learn More