yakimono


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yakimono

(ˌjækɪˈmɒnəʊ)
n
1. (Cookery) (in Japan) grilled, fried, or broiled food, esp meat
2. (Ceramics) (in Japan) pottery
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1938) created a work in the city of Tenjiku that consisted of "firing" the ground with a blowtorch, a gesture that can be said to constitute the zero degree of pottery: while in English the word pottery denotes the vessel-like form of the object, in Japanese yakimono (fired thing) stresses the passage of the object through fire.
Whence the creation of the term obuje-yaki, fired object, in distinction to the traditional word yakimono.
The spread includes cold dishes such as Kuchitori (vegetable appetisers), Aemono (tossed salad) and a variety of dishes such as Yakimono (grilled dish) and Takiawase (simmered dish), complemented with rice, miso soup and cold soba noodles.
Sauces used with shrimp include creamy garlic, butter garlic, yogurt garlic, creamy curry, Thai curry, sweet & sour, hot & spicy, natural saffron, tomato basil, smokey barbecue, honey mustard and yakimono.
Choose foods described as yakimono, which means grilled," advised the monthly "to do list" in the April Men's Health.