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Sakamushi (酒蒸し, steamed in sake) Fish is a very authentic Japanese dish and sometimes served in kaiseki-ryori (multi-course haute cuisine). In a nutshell: White-fleshed fish is steamed with plenty of sake (酒, Japanese rice wine). This is a very simple method of cooking fish but the flavour of fish is amazing. It will make you feel like you are having a dish at a high-class restaurant!
High-class Kaiseki cuisine!
DREAMY SASHIMI - just one of 7 courses in a traditional kaiseki meal at Yoichi's in Santa Barbara (photo cred: Aron Ives)
At N/Naka, kaiseki chef Niki Nakayama's 13-course prix fixe menu ($185 per person) features a stunning procession of seasonal creations almost too beautiful to wreck with silverware.
Prepare someone a Kaiseki meal. I need to start practicing how to make dashi stock.. Hmm before that I need to know where to buy kombu seaweed or bonito flakes first...