For the Japanese, a meal must not only taste good, but it must also be a feast for the eyes. And few restaurants here do it with more elegance than Esora. At the Japanese kappo restaurant, which opened in August, the exquisitely plated food is matched by the stylishness of the dining room.
WASHINTON (WASHINGTON POST) - If you are looking for something a little different to serve for dessert at Thanksgiving, here are two ways to go that offer a lot of adaptability. The first involves only a little effort and a little oven time. The second is pudding-like, so there are a few steps involved. But it is luscious and can even be frozen, which means it is a dessert gift to you, the cook, throughout the holidays.
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