Thomas Keller

November 18, 2016

Do Nabe in a Donabe

by Umami Mart Staff

If you’re stumped about what to make for your next dinner party, we have a suggestion for you: Do nabe in a donabe! Donabe is a Japanese clay cooking pot used to prepare one-pot meals called nabemono (think sukiyaki, oden, and yosenabe). Made to be placed directly over a flame or in the oven, donabe are also meant for serving meals right out of the pot. […]

September 9, 2016

The Umami Reader: No, Pho Is NOT the “New Ramen”

by Sarah Han

– This week the Internet got really mad at Bon Appetit and a chef named Tyler Akin, a non-Vietnamese chef in Philly who serves Vietnamese food at his restaurant, Stock. The reason for the furor? In a video by Bon Appetit and accompanying article (socialized online as “PSA: This Is How You Should be Eating Pho”) […]