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🍽 | At Hoshino Resort Aomoriya, you will be greeted by a kappogi dressed in Kappogi!Buffet restaurant where you can enjoy Aomori's local cuisine ...


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At Hoshino Resort Aomoriya, you will be greeted by a Kappogi dressed in Kappogi!Buffet restaurant where you can enjoy Aomori's local cuisine ...

 
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In addition to meat and stewed dishes, we offer a full buffet menu such as abundant simmered dishes and pickles, as well as menus and sweets using apples that are typical of Aomori.
 

"Hoshino Resort Aomoriya" has been introduced in several parts so far.This time, we will give you information on the gourmet food of Omachikane ... → Continue reading

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Braised

Braised(Smiley) orStews(Nikomiryori) is a long time over low heat with enough broth.BoilCookeryAnd itsCuisine[1].EnglishThen.stewIt is expressed as (stew), butFrance,ItalyThen, it is expressed differently depending on the stew method, the type of pot, and the ingredients.[2][3].

Nuclear FamilyIn areas where the number of full-time housewives is decreasing, the fire lit all day long.暖炉,hearthIs gone, the number of home-cooked dishes is reduced, and specializedRestaurantsIn many cases, you can enjoy stewed dishes[3].Pressure cookerThere is also a method of cooking in a short time using, but it is said that the finish is significantly different from the dish that is slowly cooked over low heat.[3].

As a cooking pot, it is preferable that the pot does not easily collapse, the amount of evaporation is small, and the temperature is uniformly transmitted. That is, it is said that a thick pot with high thermal conductivity is preferable.[4].

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  1. ^ "Braised". Koto bank. Asahi Shimbun (nd). 2013/8/17Browse.
  2. ^ Udagawa et al. 2007, p. 272
  3. ^ a b c Udagawa et al. 2007, p. 446
  4. ^ Tatsunokuchi & Shibukawa 2000, pp. 164–165

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