Rice Dams Are A Thing In Japan, And You've Got to See What Chefs Are Using Them For
by N/A, 8 years ago | 2 min read
As if Japan hasn't given ENOUGH amazing cuisine to the world, they're starting a new food craze that we all need to try our best to emulateâ€”a big tip of the hat to all of you Japanese chefs leading this charge!
This amazing craze is the rice dam.
Chefs everyone in Japan, both within legitimate professional restaurants and ambitious home cooks, are incorporating rice dams in their plates to keep rich curries from spilling all over and possibly ruining other things on the plate.
Salad and a curry on the same plate? No problem!
And not only is it ingenious in terms of food separation, it's creative, as well. The designs the chefs are incorporating into these dams are seriously impressive.
I mean seriously? Architects could LEARN from this.
It's time for the rest of the world to hop on the rice dam train!
Do not show me this again