Back From Vacation: Cook Your Favorite Dishes you had Overseas Part IV- Japan

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Back From Vacation: Cook Your Favorite Dishes you had Overseas Part IV- Japan

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August 26, 2015 l Topics:Blogs l By kn
Call us world travelers why don’t you.  Over the month of August, we have traveled from Italy to France to Latin America.  Traveled with our stomachs, that is.  What better way to finish off the month than exploring the land of the rising sun, Japan.  Japanese food is popular in Houston, whether it’s sushi, chicken teriyaki, or the burgeoning ramen scene.  And let’s not forget Japanese steakhouses and what an entertaining dining experience they provide.   Screen Shot 2015-09-08 at 6.26.58 PMWolf induction cooktops offer the flexibility you need to cook your favorite Japanese meals.  Induction cooktops use cooking technology that delivers both efficiency and power.  The cooktop itself doesn’t heat up, only the cookware does, which make induction cooktops up to 40% faster than gas or electric.  The innovative system gives you the precise control to cook multiple dishes at once all on the same cooktop.   For instance, bring out your inner Benihana chef and slice up some hibachi steak and chicken.  If you’re really ambitious, show off to your guests by performing the classic onion volcano trick!  If less flash is more your style, use an induction oven to make the stock needed for your favorite ramen recipes.  A good bowl of ramen serves as a light yet filling meal for your family.   If you needed even more inspiration, we’ll leave you with an Asian recipe with some Texas flair: Texas Fried Rice from Executive Chef Garth Blackburn at Sub-Zero and Wolf.  If you would like to check out our selection of Wolf products for yourself, visit our showroom and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Houzz!