Learn about some of the common Japanese household cooking utensils.
Vienna, Austrian born Alfred Orlik maintained a tobacco and gift shop in New York. Before he became well-know for high quality porcelain imports (including pots de creme sets) he partnered with his brother Louis in the famous Orlik brand of smoking pipes, tobacco, and cigar and cigarette lighters.
This handy gadget is actually part of a family of Japanese vegetable slicers. This version makes spiral or ribbon shaped slices of any firm vegetable. Learn about the Japanese Benriner, upright spiral slicer, or potato threader, as seen on Emeril.
The Vietnamese coffee filter is used to drip strong coffee into a cup. Sweetened condensed milk is added to make sweet coffee drink served hot or iced.
Suribachi Japanese Mortar And Pestle. A ceramic bowl with a spiral combed interior. Use with a surikogi (pestle) to mix, grind or mash ingredients. Suribachi history. How to use and care for your Suribachi. See a traditional sansho surikogi. Where to buy an authentic Japanese suribachi.