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Yo-Yo Ma played a surprise concert for a clinic during his post-vaccination waiting periodThe first time Rina Jones took her mother to Ekiben, she ordered the broccoli tempura and was immediately hooked.
One of his customers had terminal cancer, and her son-in-law wondered if it would be possible to get the recipe of her favorite broccoli tempura entree so he could make it for her at her home in Vermont.
To cook the fish lightly coat each fish portion in tempura batter.
Tempura—battered and deep fried vegetables—are exclusively associated with Japanese cuisine.
To this day the dish peixinhos da horta (essentially tempura) is eaten in Portugal.
And I love the restaurants that are inspired by one main technique—be it raw fish or tempura.