Beef

Beef & enoki mushroom rolls

by Jenny @ Ichigo Shortcake on July 21, 2012

Japanese is probably my favourite type of cuisine, although I eat and like pretty much everything since I’m such a glutton. There’s just so many dishes that I crave for all the time like the tonkatsu I mentioned in yesterday’s post, and the various sushi posts I’ve had in the past, even udons, sukiyaki, yakitori…the [...]

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I have very exciting news to share with all of my lovely readers. As of yesterday (or it may have been last week) Ichigo Shortcake’s restaurant reviews (and possibly even future recipes) will be regularly featured in the fabulous Melon Magazine which is a free Chinese magazine in Melbourne. Its purpose is to help Chinese [...]

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Steak sandwich with fried egg, beetroot and spinach

by Jenny @ Ichigo Shortcake on June 21, 2012

One day maybe 2 years ago, I was in the kitchen making brunch. For those of you who know me better, breakfast or brunch usually involve some form of eggs. I usually opt for the poached or fried variety using free range or organic eggs. The yolk has to be runny as runny can be [...]

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Quick & easy beef pastries + move to WordPress!

by Jenny @ Ichigo Shortcake on January 19, 2012

  I’ve finally moved from Blogger to self-hosted WordPress! It wasn’t because I disliked Blogger, not at all (although there were a few hiccups along the way). I really needed to move because Blogger is banned in China and I spend a good month or 2 in China every year which means I wasn’t able [...]

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Wagyu – the ultimate indulgence…

by Jenny @ Ichigo Shortcake on January 7, 2012

I remember when I went to Las Vegas a number of years ago and tried the wagyu at an awesome restaurant in the Wynn Hotel, I just wanted to melt with it. It was the first time I had wagyu (Japanese marbled beef) and I fell hopelessly in love. It was definitely love at first [...]

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Ox Tongue with ponzu sauce

by Jenny @ Ichigo Shortcake on January 3, 2012

I only started eating ox tongue a few years ago when I had Japanese BBQ at Torimatsu. After that meal, I fell in love with the slightly chewy, crunchy and fragrant meat that many people probably wouldn’t touch. It’s not an easy meat to prepare but it’s quite cheap compared to other meats. I used [...]

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