Winter Time is Nabe Time

Also known as Japanese Hot Pot! Nothing comes close to the comfort that is offered from gathering around a Nabe with friends and warming yourself up from the below zero temperatures. 

The majority of the time nabe is cooked at the table and diners can add and pick the ingredients they want in and from the pot as they so, please.

One of the great things about nabe is that there is no one way to cook it. From the soup bases which can range from lightly flavored salt and knob bases or the more strongly flavored miso stocks, and the ingredients which can depend on regional specialties, the combinations are endless.


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