Sunday, September 15, 2013

Autumn taste with mushrooms♪

(posted; Japanese meal page)     
    I'd like to introduce you one of Autumn taste I cooked the other day. 

                            mushroom-rice (キノコ御飯 kinoko-gohan) 

It is a kind of flavored rice with soy source, sake, sugar and soup stock.  I put all the mushrooms you can see below which we can find in Japan. Added some shrimp. 

The store wasn't so crowded, so I took photos of them with mobile phone.  There were some pine-mushrooms from a foreign country.  They are a little expensive, especially the ones from our own country. There will be another chance to show them p;)
I wonder if you have many kinds of mushrooms as much as we do. I never run out of them especially the one in top center (various usages for it).
    Anyways, enjoyed the autumn flavor 


  1. I love mushtooms, I could eat them everyday :)

  2. i do not like mushrooms of any kind. :) but i love rice.

  3. Yum!!! That looks so good, my dear friend. It also looks just right for an autumn meal. We don't have a wide variety of mushrooms here, but what we do have are very popular.

  4. Dearest Miyako,
    Lovely to see these fresh mushrooms from Japan. That brings back many fond memories. When I was in Japan, Jin Ito from Osaki City did take photos for me early morning when he went to the markets for buying fruits and veggies for the school lunches. He also took us to a supermarket where I got to see the actual product. High quality you have and I was quite impressed. Here in the USA you only find such a variety at Whole Foods where they keep a very nice exotic display of all sorts. You show here the Pleurotus Eringgi and my all time favorite (and yours!) the Shiitake, top center. Left bottom are the Flammulina Velutipes (Enokitake) and some more Oyster mushrooms or Hiratake for you.
    The Shiitake has the most health benefits; we learned that from Dr. Mori.
    Hugs to you,

  5. Miyako san, your kinoko gohan looks super delicious! I LOVE kinoko very much. Kinoko gohan, kinoko tempura, kinoko nabe, etc etc. And with more variety is better :-) in my local store, I don't see a large variety and they tend to be expensive :-( But certainly not as expensive as matsutake :-)
    Have a great new week, Miyako san!

  6. looks so good Miyako san!!!
    i love mushrooms!!!!
    the store by me doesn't carry a large variety.
    i like to eat them plain,cooked or in something!!!
    xo from Southern California!!

  7. Dearest Miyako san,
    I was so happy from your Japanesu
    Mushrooms gohan.
    Only Japan's foods are watasi tachino karadani yoku awasite imasune...
    Have a good time with Otosama!

  8. Hello, Miyako

    I love mushrooms, rice and shrimp. Your meal looks delicious!. I am sure our stores sell all kinds of mushrooms. Thanks for sharing. Wishing you a happy day and week ahead!

  9. Your dinner looks delicious! I cook with mushrooms often and love them. Here in Oregon, people go out into the woods to search for one special kind, called morels... they are a delicacy and worth quite a bit of money. You have to be very careful of wild mushrooms of course because some are poison.

    Most of the time, I buy the kinds I can get in the supermarket, but we don't have as wide a selection as you show! Lucky you!! They all look so good,

  10. Hi dear Miyako. That meal you cooked looked very delicious. Yum! I also love mushrooms and we also have many varieties over here in England. Hope you are keeping well. It's always good to see you here, and thank you always for leaving such kind comments on my blog posts :) Sending love & hugs your way my friend.

  11. Gosto muito de cogumelos e com arroz, ótimo! abraços,lindo dia! chica

  12. Dearest Miyako,
    Happy 58th Birthday to you girl!
    Hope this will be a very special day for all of you. Many more in good health!
    A big hug from your American friend.

  13. Oh my sweet Miyako, this looks wonderful. I love mushrooms so much. Your header is absolutely gorgeous as well. Warmest hugs, my lovely friend. Mina

  14. O love cooking with mushrooms.
    did you know I have a food blog too?