Hello Everyone at CULTLINARY!
Happy New Year to everyone! Finally it is 2016 and CULTLINARY is only 2 months old. We are definitely still pretty young in this cyberspace. Nonetheless, we hope to have more people to join us as we advocate homecooking to everyone!
This year we are going to continue with our video episodes and articles up on our main site. The team is growing and we are still looking for more writers to write for our column and home chef who would like to be feature in our video. Kindly write to us at email@example.com
This Thursday 7th January we will resume our weekly video! Remember to subscribe to our Youtube channel! End of Jan we will be releasing our Taiwanese episodes as well! Here is the sneak preview once again!
For our first video of 2016, we did a fusion dish. In fact, it is a trilogy! I am going to let you guess it.
This is me with my Japanese friend, Tadao in Nikko, Japan recently. He offered to appear in CULTLINARY and teach us more about Japanese cooking! One day, when we sat down to discuss about which Japanese dish we should do. I took out my stack of Japanese recipe books and shortlisted a few dishes together.
Suddenly, Tadao stopped me and said, “Japanese food so easy and very boring!” I know where he is coming from. He has been cooking Japanese food for the longest time. I know my time is running out because Tadao is going to leave Singapore in less than 2 weeks as his contract has ended here. He suggested an idea to me, which is to ask his student to cook together with us in the video! Immediately, I went “AH~! Great idea! Let’s do it!” He went on to arrange with his student and end up we had a great time cooking together!
Now I feel so hungry after mentioning about this episode! So stay tuned and watch out for first part of this Trilogy! Meanwhile, this is a short write up of my friend, Tadao!
Chef Tadao Fujisaki Freelance Japanese Cuisine Instructor and Demonstrator.
Mr. Tadao Fujisaki is a third-generation member of a family-run sushi business in Japan. Having grown up in the sushi business, Mr. Fujisaki is no stranger to the Japanese sushi industry.
Over the years, Mr. Fujisaki has engaged in the management of several sushi and F&B companies. With over 6years Tokyo and Osaka, 2 years of teaching experience in a culinary school in Singapore, Mr. Fujisaki has come up with his own style of teaching methods, making it simple and logical for his students.