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XO醤 [エックスオーじゃん] /(n) XO sauce (spicy seafood sauce used primarily in Cantonese cooking)

おふくろの味;お袋の味 [おふくろのあじ] /(n) mom's home cooking/taste of mom's cooking/taste of home cooking/food like mom used to make

お粥;御粥 [おかゆ] /(n) thin rice porridge/watery cooked rice/rice gruel/congee

お焦げ;御焦げ [おこげ;おコゲ] /(n) (1) burnt rice/scorched rice/crispy rice at bottom of cooking pan/(2) (esp. おコゲ) woman who hangs out with gay men

お茶を濁す [おちゃをにごす] /(exp,v5s) (1) to be evasive/to give an evasive answer/(2) to speak ambiguously/to prevaricate/(3) to cook up a specious story to get out of an uncomfortable situation/(4) to make do with

お番菜;御番菜;お晩菜;御晩菜;お晩彩(iK) [おばんさい;おばんざい] /(n) (uk) (See 惣菜・そうざい) light Kyoto-style home cooking with boiled vegetables and marinated food, also now served in restaurants

お櫃;御櫃 [おひつ] /(n) (uk) round, wooden container for cooked rice

こんがり;コンガリ /(adv,adv-to) (on-mim) well-cooked/well-done/browned

ごった煮 [ごったに] /(n) various foods cooked together/hodgepodge/hotchpotch/mulligan stew

ご飯(P);御飯(P) [ごはん] /(n) (1) cooked rice/(2) meal

さしすせそ /(n) the five fundamental seasonings used in Japanese cooking: (in order) sugar, salt, vinegar, soy sauce, miso

しゃこめし;シャコめし /(n) (See 蝦蛄) shako meshi/rice cooked with shrimp

じいじい /(adv) (1) (on-mim) sizzle (sound of meat cooking)/(2) shrill droning of a cicada

じゅうじゅう;ジュージュー /(adv,adv-to) (1) (on-mim) sizzle (as in meat cooking)/sizzling sound/frizzle/(n) (2) (ジュージュー only) juju (African fetish)

すき焼き(P);すき焼(P);鋤焼き;鋤焼;剥焼;寿喜焼(ateji) [すきやき(P);スキヤキ] /(n) {food} sukiyaki/thin slices of beef, cooked with various vegetables in a table-top cast-iron pan

そば飯;蕎麦飯 [そばめし] /(n) (uk) soba and rice cooked together along with meat, vegetables, etc. on a metal plate

ちゃんこ長 [ちゃんこちょう] /(n) {sumo} most experienced chanko cook in the sumo stable

ちり鍋 [ちりなべ] /(n) dish of fish (meat, etc.), tofu, vegetables boiled together and served with ponzu dipping sauce/pot used to cook such a dish

つぼ焼き;壺焼き;壺焼 [つぼやき] /(n) (1) (abbr) (See 栄螺の壺焼き) shellfish cooked in its own shell (esp. turban shell)/(2) food cooked in a crockpot

とろっと;トロッと /(vs) (1) (See とろとろ・1) to become syrupy/to become thick (e.g. when cooking)/(adv) (2) stickily

ぴちぴち;ピチピチ /(adv-to,vs) (1) (on-mim) bursting with youth and energy (esp. young woman)/vivaciously young/spunky/energetic/(adv-to) (2) (on-mim) (fish) jumping around energetically (e.g. when caught in a net)/(adj-no) (3) (on-mim) bursting (e.g. seams)/tight/(adv-to) (4) (on-mim) splattering (e.g. cooking oil)

みじん切り(P);微塵切り [みじんぎり] /(n) finely chopped (cooking)

むかご飯;零余子飯 [むかごめし;ぬかごめし(零余子飯)] /(n) (See 零余子・むかご) cooked rice with with yam bulblets

アルファ化米;α化米 [アルファかまい] /(n) (See 糒) cooked and dry packed rice (modern version of hoshii rice)/processed quick-cooking rice

アルファ米;α米 [アルファまい] /(n) (See 糒) cooked and dry packed rice (modern version of hoshii rice)/processed quick-cooking rice

イタリア料理 [イタリアりょうり] /(n) Italian food/Italian cooking

インド料理 [インドりょうり] /(n) Indian food/Indian cooking

エレック /(n) (abbr) electronic cooking

カレー饂飩 [カレーうどん] /(n) Udon cooked with curry topping

クッキング /(n) cooking

クッキングカード;クッキング・カード /(n) cooking card

クッキングシート;クッキング・シート /(n) parchment paper (wasei: cooking sheet)/baking paper

クッキングスクール;クッキング・スクール /(n) cooking school

クッキングホイル;クッキング・ホイル /(n) cooking foil

クック /(n) cook

クックドソーセージ /(n) cooked sausage

コック /(n) (1) cook (dut: kok)/chef/(2) tap/spigot/faucet/cock/(3) cock (male fowl)/(4) cock (penis)

コック長 [コックちょう] /(n) head chef/head cook

コトコト;ことこと /(adv,adv-to) (1) (on-mim) gentle clinking/sound of rapping/sound of rattling/sound of lightly chopping/(2) (on-mim) simmering noise/light bubbling/sound of cooking something on a low flame

コルドンブルー;コルドン・ブルー /(n) (1) {food} cordon bleu/dish of veal or ham with Swiss cheese/(2) high-class cooking/(3) prize-winning chef

サザエの壺焼き;栄螺の壺焼き;さざえの壺焼き [サザエのつぼやき(サザエの壺焼き);さざえのつぼやき(栄螺の壺焼き,さざえの壺焼き)] /(exp,n) (See 栄螺) turban cooked whole in its own shell

サムギョプサル /(n) {food} samgyeopsal (kor:)/sliced pork belly cooked on a tabletop grill

シュークルート /(n) (1) {food} (See ザワークラウト) choucroute (fre:)/sauerkraut/(2) {food} choucroute garnie/sauerkraut cooked and served with meat

スペイン料理 [スペインりょうり] /(n) Spanish food/Spanish cooking

チン;ちん;チーン;ちーん /(adv-to,adv) (1) (on-mim) (esp. チーン, ちーん) ding (of a bell)/bing/ting/tinkle/ring/(2) (on-mim) honk (i.e. sound of blowing one's nose)/snort/(n,vs) (3) (col) (from the sound of the microwave timer; usu. チン) (See チンする) heating in a microwave/cooking in a microwave/microwaving/nuking

ハギス /(n) haggis (traditional Scottish dish made from a sheep's offal cooked in the animal's stomach)

バター煮 [バターに] /(n) food cooked with butter

フレンチナイフ;フレンチ・ナイフ /(n) chef's knife/French knife/cooking knife

ブリ大根;ぶり大根;鰤大根 [ブリだいこん(ブリ大根);ぶりだいこん(ぶり大根,鰤大根)] /(n) {food} yellowtail and daikon cooked with soy sauce

ホームクッキング;ホーム・クッキング /(n) home cooking

ボイル /(vs) (1) to boil (cook)/(n) (2) voile (type of fabric)

マー油 [マーゆ] /(n) garlic oil (from cooking grated garlic in oil)

マサラ;マサラー /(n) masala (mixture of spices used in Indian cooking)

一リットル炊き [いちリットルだき] /(adj-no) having a cooking capacity of one liter

芋煮会 [いもにかい] /(n) outdoor party where guests cook various types of vegetables (esp. in T醇vhoku)/stewed potato party

隠し包丁 [かくしぼうちょう] /(n) (light) scoring (in cooking)

煙火 [えんか] /(n) (1) smoke and fumes (e.g. from cooking)/(2) beacon/skyrocket/signal fire/(3) fireworks

遠火 [とおび] /(n) distant fire/fire at some distance (in cooking)

塩釜;塩竈 [しおがま] /(n) (1) salt pan (used for boiling seawater to make salt)/(2) (abbr) (See 塩釜焼き) cooking a fish inside a salt crust/(3) candy made with a wrapping of sweetened rice flour (looking like a salt crust)

塩釜焼き [しおがまやき] /(n) {food} cooking a fish inside a salt crust

塩昆布 [しおこんぶ] /(n) {food} thin strips of kombu cooked in soy sauce, etc. then dried

牡蠣飯 [かきめし] /(n) {food} rice cooked together with oyster meat, etc.

温泉卵;温泉たまご;温泉玉子 [おんせんたまご] /(n) egg slow-boiled so that the yolk is hard but the white is still soft (traditionally cooked in a hot spring)

下ごしらえ;下拵え [したごしらえ] /(n,vs) preliminary arrangements/preparation/spadework/pre-cooking

下煮 [したに] /(n,vs) preliminary boiling (of hard-to-cook ingredients)/cooking in advance

加熱調理 [かねつちょうり] /(n,vs) cooking with heat

家庭料理 [かていりょうり] /(n,adj-no) home cooking

火を通す [ひをとおす] /(exp,v5s) to cook/to heat

火食 [かしょく] /(n,vs) eating cooked food

回鍋肉 [ホイコーロー] /(n) twice cooked pork (Szechuan dish) (chi: hui guo rou)

灰汁 [あく(gikun);アク] /(n) (1) (uk) lye/(2) (uk) harsh taste/astringency/(3) (uk) scum (formed when cooking some foods)/(4) (uk) (also written incorrectly as 悪) (excessive) strength of will

灰汁抜き;あく抜き [あくぬき] /(n,vs) removal of astringent taste (e.g. by cooking)

割烹;割ぽう [かっぽう] /(n) cooking (esp. Japanese style)/cuisine

割烹着;かっぽう着;割ぽう着 [かっぽうぎ] /(n) coverall apron (esp. for cooking, cleaning, and household chores)/cook's apron

割烹料理 [かっぽうりょうり] /(n) Japanese cooking

活き締め;活締め [いきじめ;いきしめ] /(n) (1) (いきじめ only) (See 活け締め・いけじめ・1) draining blood from a live fish (from above the gills and at the base of the tail) to keep it fresh/(2) (esp. いきしめ) (See 活け締め・いけじめ・2) fasting fish for several days to preserve flavour and quality (and reduce mortality during transport)/(3) (esp. いきしめ) (See 活け締め・いけじめ・3) killing fish in a fishtank (immediately before cooking)/fish killed in a fishtank

活け締め;活締め(io);活締(io);活〆(iK);活け〆(iK) [いけじめ;いけしめ] /(n) (1) (いけじめ only) draining blood from a live fish (from above the gills and at the base of the tail) to keep it fresh/(2) (esp. いけしめ) fasting fish for several days to preserve flavour and quality (and reduce mortality during transport)/(3) (esp. いけしめ) killing fish in a fishtank (immediately before cooking)/fish killed in a fishtank

竃;竈(oK) [かまど;へっつい;カマド] /(n) (uk) kitchen range/cooking stove/hearth/(kitchen) furnace

鴨鍋 [かもなべ] /(n) dish of duck meat cooked with cabbage, spring onions, tofu, etc.

粥 [かゆ] /(n) thin rice porridge/watery cooked rice/rice gruel/congee

寒梅粉 [かんばいこ] /(n) flour made from cooked glutinous rice

丸煮 [まるに] /(n) boiling something whole (e.g. vegetable, fish)/cooking something whole

寄せ鍋;寄鍋(io) [よせなべ] /(n) (See 寄せ・2) pot of chicken or seafood, and vegetables in a dashi broth, usu. cooked at the table (traditionally a winter meal)/seafood and vegetable stew or chowder

牛鍋 [ぎゅうなべ] /(n) (See すきやき) thin slices of beef, cooked with various vegetables in a table-top cast-iron pan/sukiyaki

魚すき;魚鋤 [うおすき] /(n) seafood and vegetables cooked sukiyaki style

魚田 [ぎょでん] /(n) (See 田楽焼き) skewered fish, coated with miso and cooked

魚料理 [さかなりょうり] /(n) fish-based cooking/fish dish

強火 [つよび] /(n) (ant: 弱火) high flame or heat (in cooking)

金平;公平 [きんぴら] /(n) (abbr) (uk) (See 金平牛蒡) chopped burdock root (and sometimes carrot) cooked in sugar and soy sauce

金平牛蒡 [きんぴらごぼう] /(n) (uk) chopped burdock root (and sometimes carrot) cooked in sugar and soy sauce

銀シャリ;銀舎利 [ぎんシャリ(銀シャリ);ぎんしゃり(銀舎利)] /(n) (col) (term used during the food shortages after WWII) cooked white rice

繋ぎ [つなぎ;ツナギ] /(n) (1) (uk) link/connection/tie/bond/contact/(n,adj-no) (2) (uk) filler/stopgap (job, budget, etc.)/(n) (3) (uk) thickener (e.g. in cooking)/thickening/liaison/(4) (uk) {finc} (See ヘッジ) hedging/hedge/(5) (uk) overalls/coveralls/boiler suit/(6) (uk) intermission (in kabuki)/interval

血抜き [ちぬき] /(n,vs) letting out blood prior to cooking/draining blood from meat, fish, etc.

狐焼 [きつねやき] /(n) (obsc) cooking (something) to a golden brown/something cooked until it's golden brown

御廻;御回;御回り [おめぐり] /(n) (1) dumpling cooked in miso served during the dog days of summer at the imperial court/(2) (arch) (fem) (secret language of court ladies) (See おかず・1) accompaniments for a rice dish/(3) (arch) (fem) (secret language of court ladies) (See すりこぎ) wooden pestle/(4) (arch) menstrual period

御台 [おだい] /(n) (1) (abbr) (See 御台盤・1) dining table/(2) (abbr) (arch) (fem) (secret language of court ladies) (See 御台盤・2) cooked rice

御台盤 [おだいばん] /(n) (1) dining table/(2) (arch) (fem) (secret language of court ladies) cooked rice

御飯;お飯 [おまんま] /(n) (1) (uk) (sl) (See 飯・まんま) cooked rice/(2) (uk) (sl) meal

荒神 [こうじん] /(n) god of a cooking stove

合い火;合火 [あいび] /(n) (See 別火) cooking over the fire of an unclean home or a home in mourning/food prepared over the fire of an unclean home or a home in mourning

合の子弁当;合いの子弁当 [あいのこべんとう] /(n) children's lunch box of cooked rice and a Western-style side dish (popular late Meiji and Taisho periods)

混ぜご飯;混ぜごはん;混ぜ御飯 [まぜごはん] /(n) cooked rice with added ingredients (meat, vegetables, etc.)

混ぜ込む [まぜこむ] /(v5m) to use (in cooking)/to mix (in)

菜箸;菜ばし [さいばし] /(n) long chopsticks (for cooking, serving, etc.)

裁ち落とし;裁ち落し;裁落とし;断ち落とし [たちおとし] /(n,vs) (1) cutting off the edges (printing, sewing, cooking, etc.)/(n) (2) snippets/trimmings/cuttings

捌く [さばく] /(v5k,vt) (1) (uk) to handle well/to handle deftly/(2) (uk) to deal with/to manage/to settle/to sort/to process/(3) (uk) to prepare (meat or fish) for cooking/to dress (meat, etc.)/to cut and trim (fish)/(4) (uk) to sell out (completely)/to dispose of (all stock)/(5) (uk) to untangle/to part/to arrange (e.g. the hem of a kimono)

三返り [みかえり;さんかえり] /(n) (obsc) traditional method of stirring soba while cooking

司厨士 [しちゅうし] /(n) (1) chef (Western cuisine)/(2) (arch) cook or waiter on a ship

姿煮 [すがたに] /(n) seafood cooked in a way that preserves its original shape

紙鍋 [かみなべ] /(n) {food} paper hotpot/hot pot dish cooked half-wrapped in paper

自炊 [じすい] /(n,vs,adj-no) (1) cooking for oneself/cooking one's own food/doing one's own cooking/making food oneself/self-catering/(2) scanning a book or magazine to create an ebook by oneself

七輪;七厘 [しちりん] /(n) earthen charcoal brazier (for cooking)

舎利 [しゃり;さり] /(n) (1) {Buddh} bones left after cremation (esp. those of a Buddha or Boddhisatva)/(2) (しゃり only) (See しゃり) grain of rice/cooked rice

射込み [いこみ] /(n) (in cooking) stuffing/filling/packing/padding

煮 [に] /(suf) (1) simmered with/cooked with/(n) (2) boiling/boiled dish

煮える [にえる] /(v1,vi) to be boiled/to be cooked

煮え切らない [にえきらない] /(exp,adj-i) half-cooked/vague/halfhearted/indecisive

煮やす [にやす] /(v5s) to cook inside

煮込む [にこむ] /(v5m,vi) to cook together/to boil well

煮上がる [にあがる] /(v5r,vi) to boil up/to be thoroughly cooked

煮炊き [にたき] /(n,vs) cooking

煮豆 [にまめ] /(n) cooked beans

煮付ける [につける] /(v1,vt) to cook hard

煮物 [にもの] /(n) (ksb:) food cooked by boiling or stewing

煮崩れ;煮くずれ [にくずれ] /(n,vs) falling apart while cooking

煮方 [にかた] /(n) way of cooking/a cook

手料理 [てりょうり] /(n,vs) home cooking

熟食 [じゅくしょく] /(n) (obsc) well-cooked food/well-boiled food

松茸御飯;松茸ご飯 [まつたけごはん] /(n) rice cooked with matsutake

松茸飯 [まつたけめし] /(n) (See 松茸御飯) rice cooked with matsutake

焼き;焼 [やき] /(n) (1) cooking, esp. frying or stir-frying/heating/(2) tempering/(n-suf) (3) -ware

焼き牡蠣;焼きガキ;焼きがき [やきがき(焼き牡蠣,焼きがき);やきガキ(焼きガキ)] /(n) oysters cooked in the shell

焼き鮭;焼きさけ;焼きしゃけ;焼しゃけ(io) [やきさけ(焼き鮭,焼きさけ);やきしゃけ(焼き鮭,焼きしゃけ,焼しゃけ)] /(n) {food} cooked salmon

焼き鍋;焼鍋 [やきなべ] /(n) cooking pot (for roasting, broiling, etc.)

蒸し物;蒸しもの;蒸物 [むしもの] /(n) food cooked by steaming

蒸らす [むらす] /(v5s,vt) to cook by steam

食油 [しょくゆ] /(n) (See 食用油) cooking oil/food oil

食用油 [しょくようあぶら] /(n) cooking oil

深川飯;深川めし [ふかがわめし] /(n) fukagawa-meshi/rice cooked with clams

真空調理 [しんくうちょうり] /(n) vacuum cooking/sous vide

厨宰 [ちゅうさい] /(n) (arch) chef/head cook

厨人 [ちゅうじん;くりやびと] /(n) chef/head cook

炊きたて;炊き立て;炊立て;炊たて [たきたて] /(adj-no) freshly cooked

炊き合わせ;炊き合せ;炊合わせ [たきあわせ] /(n) food (meat, fish, vegetables, etc.) cooked separately but served together on one dish

炊き込み [たきこみ] /(n) (something) cooked with rice

炊き込みご飯;炊き込み御飯;炊込みご飯;炊込み御飯 [たきこみごはん] /(n) rice seasoned and cooked with various ingredients

炊き込む [たきこむ] /(v5m,vt) to cook (something) with rice

炊き上がる;炊き上る;炊上がる;炊上る [たきあがる] /(v5r,vi) to be cooked/to have finished cooking

炊き上げる;炊きあげる [たきあげる] /(v1) to cook (esp. grains such as rice, by boiling)/to finish cooking

炊く [たく] /(v5k,vt) (1) to cook (grains, e.g. rice)/(2) (ksb:) (See 煮る) to boil/to simmer/to stew/to seethe

炊ぐ;爨ぐ [かしぐ] /(v5g,vt) to cook (e.g. rice)

炊ける [たける] /(v1,vi) to be boiled/to be cooked/to be done/to be ready

炊さん;炊爨 [すいさん] /(n,vs) cooking (rice, grains)

炊事 [すいじ] /(n,vs) cooking/culinary arts

炊飯 [すいはん] /(n,vs) rice cooking/boiling rice

炊夫 [すいふ] /(n) male cook

炊婦 [すいふ] /(n) (female) cook/kitchen maid

生煮え [なまにえ] /(adj-na,n) (1) half-cooked/rare/(2) ambiguous/vague/(3) immature

切り回す;切りまわす;切回す [きりまわす] /(v5s,vt) (1) to manage/to control/to run/to handle/(2) (also written as 斬り回す) to cut carelessly (of a cook, surgeon, etc.)/to slash about/(3) (arch) to cut around

雪平鍋;行平鍋 [ゆきひらなべ] /(n) (1) light-coloured ceramic cooking pan with a lid and short spout/(2) (usu. 雪平鍋) aluminum saucepan with a handle (usu. wooden) and often with snowflake-style embossed pattern (aluminium)

潜らせる [くぐらせる] /(v1,vt) (uk) (See 潜る・くぐる・1) to make something pass through (esp. in cooking)/to dip something (into)

船頭多くして船山に登る;船頭多くして船山に上る [せんどうおおくしてふねやまにのぼる] /(exp) too many cooks spoil the broth/too many captains will steer the ship up a mountain

膳部 [ぜんぶ] /(n) (1) (See 膳・1) food (on a table) (esp. a small Japanese table)/dinner/cover (in a restaurant)/(2) cook/chef/person who prepares food

粗熱;あら熱 [あらねつ] /(n) (See 粗熱を取る) the heat of food just after cooking

早ゆで;早茹で [はやゆで] /(adj-no) quick cook (e.g. pasta)/quick boil

他人丼 [たにんどん;たにんどんぶり] /(n) {food} (See 親子丼・1) oyakodon-like dish made with something other than chicken/bowl of rice with cooked meat (esp. beef or pork) and eggs on top

茶漬け;茶漬;茶づけ [ちゃづけ] /(n) {food} chazuke/cooked rice with green tea poured on it

中火 [ちゅうび] /(n) (cooking) a medium flame or fire

中華料理 [ちゅうかりょうり] /(n) Chinese cooking/Chinese food

調理 [ちょうり] /(n,vs) cooking/food preparation

調理師 [ちょうりし] /(n) chef/cook

調理室 [ちょうりしつ] /(n) cook-house/galley/kitchen

調理人 [ちょうりにん] /(n) chef/cook

調理法 [ちょうりほう] /(n) art of cooking/cookery/cuisine

鳥鍋;鶏鍋 [とりなべ] /(n) chicken cooked in a shallow pan with vegetables

鳥皮 [とりかわ;ちょうひ] /(n) (1) (obsc) (esp. とりかわ) chicken skin (e.g. in cooking)/(2) (esp. ちょうひ) bird skins

鉄板焼き [てっぱんやき] /(n) teppan-yaki (Japanese cooking prepared on a hot steel plate in the center of the table)

天かす;天カス;天滓 [てんかす(天かす,天滓);てんカス(天カス)] /(n) (See 天ぷら) tenkasu/crunchy bits of deep-fried dough produced as a byproduct of cooking tempura

田楽 [でんがく] /(n) (1) ritual music and dancing in shrines and temples/(2) rice dance/rice festival/(3) (abbr) {food} (See 田楽焼き) tofu (or fish, etc.) baked and coated with miso/(4) (abbr) (See 田楽返し) turning something in the manner one would use to cook dengaku-doufu on both sides

田楽焼き;田楽焼 [でんがくやき] /(n) skewered fish (or vegetables, etc.) coated with miso and cooked

田楽返し [でんがくがえし] /(n) (1) (arch) (See 田楽豆腐) device with axle used to change the backdrop of a (kabuki) play/(2) turning something in the manner one would use to cook dengaku-doufu on both sides

田作り [たづくり] /(n) (1) (See 古女・ごまめ) small dried sardines or anchovies (gomame) cooked almost to dryness in soy sauce and sugar/(2) tilling a rice field/person who tills a paddy field

電気こんろ;電気焜炉 [でんきこんろ] /(n) electric cooking stove/electric heater

東坡肉 [トンポーロー;トンポーロウ;ドンポーロー;ドンポーロウ] /(n) {food} Dongpo pork (chi: d醇vngp醇vr醇qu)/Chinese pan-fried red-cooked pork squares, named for poet Su Shi (Dong Po)

独活;獨活(oK) [うど;どっかつ;つちたら(ok);ウド] /(n) (uk) udo (plant related to ginseng, used in medicine and cooking) (Aralia cordata)

内食 [ないしょく;うちしょく] /(n,vs) home cooking/eating at home

鍋物;なべ物 [なべもの] /(n) stew/food cooked in a pot

鍋奉行 [なべぶぎょう] /(n) person in charge of cooking and serving hotpot dish

鍋料理 [なべりょうり] /(n) {food} (See 鍋物) hot pot cooking

日本料理 [にほんりょうり] /(n) Japanese cooking

白飯 [はくはん;しろめし] /(n) cooked white rice

半熟 [はんじゅく] /(n,adj-no) half-cooked/half-done/soft-boiled

板 [いた] /(n) (1) board/plank/(2) sheet (of metal)/plate (of glass)/pane/slab/(3) (See 俎板) cutting board/chopping board/(4) (abbr) (usu. as 板さん) (See 板前・1,板場・いたば・2) chef (esp. of high-end Japanese cuisine)/cook/(5) stage (i.e. at a theatre)

板さん [いたさん] /(n) cook

板場 [いたば] /(n) (1) kitchen (in a restaurant)/(2) (ksb:) (See 板前・1) cook/chef

板前 [いたまえ] /(n) (1) (ktb:) (See 板場・いたば・2) chef (esp. of high-end Japanese cuisine)/cook/(2) (orig. meaning) area of a kitchen that contains the chopping board

板前さん [いたまえさん] /(n) cook/chef

飯 [いい] /(n) (arch) cooked rice

飯 [まんま;まま] /(n) (chn) cooked rice

飯 [めし] /(n) (1) cooked rice/(2) meal/food/(3) one's livelihood

飯を蒸らす [めしをむらす] /(exp,v5s) to let cooked rice steam after turning off the heat

飯炊き [めしたき] /(n) cooking rice/kitchenmaid/cook

飯炊き女 [めしたきおんな] /(n) (1) female cook/kitchenmaid/(2) (arch) woman who served both as a waitress and a prostitute in Osaka teahouses

飯櫃 [めしびつ;いいびつ] /(n) (See 歪・いびつ・3) round, wooden container for cooked rice

飯盒;飯ごう [はんごう] /(n) (1) (soldier's) cooking utensils/mess kit/(2) outdoor (camping) cooking utensils

姫飯 [ひめいい] /(n) (arch) (See 強飯) soft rice (cooked in a pot)

米の飯 [こめのめし] /(exp,n) (1) cooked rice/(2) something one never grows tired of

米飯 [べいはん] /(n) cooked rice

別火 [べっか;べつび] /(n) cooking over a second fire to prevent contamination from one's everyday fire for performing Shinto rites/cooking over a second fire to prevent contamination from mourning people, menstruating women, etc.

包装米飯 [ほうそうべいはん] /(n) cooked rice pack

包丁(P);庖丁 [ほうちょう] /(n) (1) kitchen knife/carving knife/(2) (arch) cooking/food

包丁師 [ほうちょうし] /(n) cook/chef

包丁者 [ほうちょうじゃ] /(n) cook/chef

包丁人 [ほうちょうにん] /(n) cook/chef

烹炊 [ほうすい] /(n) (obsc) cooking by boiling

棒鱈 [ぼうだら] /(n) dried codfish soaked in water for few days, and cooked almost to dryness in soy sauce and water (Kyoto speciality)

味噌煮;みそ煮 [みそに] /(n,vs) food cooked in miso/cooking in miso

味噌煮込みうどん [みそにこみうどん] /(n) udon cooked in a broth containing miso paste

味醂;味淋 [みりん] /(n) (uk) mirin/type of sweet rice wine used in cooking

鳴門(P);鳴戸 [なると] /(n) (1) (from 鳴門海峡) strait with a roaring tidal ebb and flow/whirlpool/maelstrom/(2) (abbr) (See 鳴門巻き) kamaboko with a spiral whirlpool-like pattern/(3) {food} cooking technique where ingredients are cut in a spiral pattern/(4) (鳴門 only) Naruto/city in NE Tokushima pref/(5) (鳴門 only) (abbr) (from 鳴門海峡) Naruto Strait/(6) (鳴門 only) (abbr) (See 鳴門若布・なるとわかめ) Naruto wakame

木食上人 [もくじきしょうにん] /(n) holy men who abstain from meat and cooked food

野衾;野臥間 [のぶすま] /(n) (1) legendary monster resembling a flying squirrel/(2) (orig. meaning) (See ムササビ) Japanese giant flying squirrel (Petaurista leucogenys)/(3) {food} (esp. 野衾) Japanese dish prepared with cooked fish and chicken

薬膳 [やくぜん] /(n) medicinal cooking (based on traditional Chinese medicine)

油炒め [あぶらいため] /(n) vegetables cooked in oil/fried vegetables

揚げ玉 [あげだま] /(n) bits of fried batter left after cooking tempura

揚げ煮;揚煮 [あげに] /(n) (1) {food} fry-simmering/cooking by first briefly deep-frying, then simmering in broth/(2) {food} fry-simmered food/fried food in broth

揚げ油 [あげあぶら] /(n) cooking oil

洋食 [ようしょく] /(n) (1) (See 和食) Western cooking/Western-style meal/Western-style food/(2) Japanized Western cuisine

卵豆腐;玉子豆腐 [たまごどうふ] /(n) tamago dofu/tamago-dofu/steamed egg custard with soup stock, cooked in a square mould

料理 [りょうり] /(n,vs) (1) cooking/cookery/cuisine/(2) (nuance of doing it easily) dealing with something/handling/administration/management

料理の腕 [りょうりのうで] /(n) cooking ability

料理下手;料理ベタ [りょうりべた(料理下手);りょうりベタ(料理ベタ)] /(adj-na) no good at cooking

料理学校 [りょうりがっこう] /(n) cookery school/cooking school/culinary school/culinary academy

料理教室 [りょうりきょうしつ] /(n) cooking class/cookery school

料理酒 [りょうりしゅ] /(n) cooking sake

料理人 [りょうりにん] /(n) cook/chef

料理道具 [りょうりどうぐ] /(n) cookware/cooking gear

料理番 [りょうりばん] /(n) a cook

料理番組 [りょうりばんぐみ] /(n) cooking program/cookery show

炉端焼き [ろばたやき] /(n) {food} food cooked on a grill in front of customers

歪 [いびつ] /(adj-na,n,adj-no) (1) (uk) distorted/crooked/irregular/warped/(n,adj-na) (2) (uk) oval/elliptical shape/(n) (3) (uk) (See 飯櫃・めしびつ) round, wooden container for cooked rice/(4) oval coin

賄い [まかない] /(n) (See 賄う・まかなう・2) boarding/board/meals/catering/cook

賄い婦 [まかないふ] /(n) female cook

賄い方;賄方(io) [まかないかた] /(n) kitchen manager/chef/cook

椀盛り;椀盛 [わんもり] /(n) (ktb:) food cooked by boiling or stewing

捏造記事 [ねつぞうきじ] /(n) (yoji) fabricated story/cooked up (news) report

橙酢 [だいだいず] /(n) {food} (See ポン酢・1,ポンス・1,橙・だいだい) bitter orange juice, used in cooking as a vinegar

櫃 [ひつ] /(n) (1) (uk) chest/coffer/(2) (See 御櫃) rice tub/lidded round, wooden container for cooked rice

櫃まぶし [ひつまぶし] /(n) (uk) {food} chopped kabayaki eel on rice/eel fillets cooked over charcoal with soy flavoured sauce, cut in small pieces and serve on rice

炙り料理;あぶり料理 [あぶりりょうり] /(n) cooking meat, fish, etc. over flames

炒め物 [いためもの] /(n) (See 揚げ物) stir-fry/fried food (cooked in wok, frying pan, etc.)

焜炉 [こんろ(P);コンロ] /(n) (uk) cooking stove/burner (gas, electric, etc.)/range/cooktop/hob

狡兎死して走狗烹らる;狡兎死して走狗煮らる [こうとししてそうくにらる] /(exp) when the enemy is defeated, the victorious soldiers can be killed off/when the nimble rabbit dies, the hunting dog is cooked

饂飩鋤 [うどんすき] /(n) (uk) (See 魚すき) seafood and vegetables cooked sukiyaki style and served with udon

The two boys cooked their meal between them.

You were seen to cook.

I've never seen you cook. Can you cook anything at all?

I'll do your shopping, clean up the house, and cook your dinner for you.

Does every boy have to learn cooking in your school?

Do you know how to cook fish?

Can you cook a meal?

Her daughter is bad at cooking.

Cooking runs in my family.

I've cooked you a nice hot dinner.

I'm going to cook you a nice dinner.

My father ran in the cooking contest and won the first prize. [F]

Because my mother is sick, my father will cook today.

You must be a good cook.

I didn't know you were such a good cook.

This is how I usually cook fish.

This is how I cook fish.

Could you cook this meat a little more?

This style of cooking is peculiar to China.

The meat is only half cooked.

These vegetables cook slowly.

Will you read this cook book?

These dishes remind me of my mother's cooking.

This is how we cook rice.

Do you know how to cook rice well?

Potatoes were being cooked in the kitchen by the girls.

Well, I clean the rooms, do the laundry, or cook an elaborate supper.

The cook was astonished at his incredible appetite.

That was cooked in oil.

But I am able to cook well.

Please tell me how to cook sukiyaki.

What are you cooking?

True she knows a lot about cooking, but she is not a good cook.

First catch your hare then cook him.

First of all we must dismiss the cook.

Mrs. Wood was a very good cook.

Do you cook by gas or electricity?

A gas stove provides the most even heat for cooking.

Carol has a nose for the best Thai cooking anywhere in town.

Captain Cook discovered those islands.

Captain Cook thanked the natives for their hospitality.

The cook hasn't put any.

As a cook he is in a class by himself.

The cook broiled the meat.

The cook served the family for many years.

Jane ate the osechi cooking his wife cooked for her.

Jane asked me if I would like to cook.

Jack is busy cooking for us.

Susan is a good cook.

Onions cook more quickly than potatoes.

Tom is a good cook.

Forks were used for many years in Europe and the Near East, but only for cooking.

How do you cook this fish in France?

Bob can cook.

Paula and I cooked dinner on Sunday.

Mary aided her mother to cook.

Living on my own, I really miss my Mom's cooking.

Salt is necessary for cooking.

Salt is necessary for a cook.

Is your wife a good cook?

What is cooking in the kitchen?

I don't like to cook when it's hot outside.

I took a cooking class last spring and learned to bake bread.

She has improved her skill in cooking recently.

I'll miss your cooking.

Do you know how to cook meat?

Kenji decided to become a cook.

Shall I cook dinner today?

I've decided what to cook for dinner.

I'll cook for you tonight.

Let's eat out tonight; I'm too tired to cook.

Let's dine out tonight. I'm too tired to cook.

I am cooking now.

His wife being out, he cooked dinner for himself.

My wife likes to eat out, so she doesn't have to cook.

I had a very productive day of cooking yesterday; I made soup, biscuits, and two pies.

My sister cooks us delicious dishes.

My sister is cooking stove.

I cooked dinner. [F]

When I came home, he was cooking dinner.

My mother had been cooking supper for two hours when I got home.

My mother had cooked supper when I got home.

My sisters were cooking when I came home.

We usually eat cooked fish.

My brother became a cook.

My uncle engaged himself in teaching cooking.

My wife is anything but a good cook.

My sister cooks well.

My sister is not a good cook, and neither am I.

My sister isn't used to cooking.

My hobby is to cook.

My husband is a very good cook.

My father cooks well.

I helped my mother with the cooking.

My mother cook a cake.

My mother is busy cooking supper.

My mother is a very good cook.

My mother is a good cook.

My cooking cannot hold a candle to Mother's.

I'm afraid I'm not much of a cook.

I'm big fan of American cooking.

I am a cook.

I like my steak cooked medium well.

I like my steak cooked medium rare.

I can cook better than I can play tennis.

I know how to cook dinner.

I am busy cooking at the moment.

I have to cook dinner today.

I cooked the supper last night.

I sometimes cook diner.

I am used to cooking for myself.

I got my son to cook the supper.

I cook soup in a big pot.

I'm proud of my father being a good cook.

I cannot cook as well as my mother does.

Cooking's one of my strong suits.

I don't have much interest in cooking.

I cook.

We were cooking tempura at that time.

We flattered her on her cooking.

We cooked egg dishes.

Knowing very well that his wife wanted to go to a movie, the husband, who was a dog in the manger, cooked up a scheme whereby they had to stay at home waiting for a certain visitor who was not expected to come.

I'm cooked meals by my mother.

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