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 Tsuki-Yomi
But once, Amaterasu sent her brother as her representative to the goddess of food, Uke Mochi.
Tsuki-Yomi was so disgusted that he killed Uke Mochi.
To celebrate, the goddess of food offered him a wonderful meal, created from her mouth and nose.
www.windows.ucar.edu /tour/link=/mythology/tsuki_yomi_moon.html&frp.=windows3.htm&edu=high

  
 Moon and Myhology
According to the legend, Amaterasu sent her brother to the Goddess of food, Uke Mochi.
Amaterasu wanted to her brother a favor, so she asked Uke Mochi to prepare a special meal for him.
Amaterasu was upset with her brother for murdering the food goddess.
www.luisquiroz-portfolio.com /History/mythology.htm

  
 Mochi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
While eaten year-round, mochi is a traditional food for the Japanese New Year and commonly sold and eaten at that time.
Mochi is also the name of a monster type and character in the game and TV series Monster Rancher.
Kusa mochi is a green variety of mochi flavored with yomogi (mugwort).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mochi   (661 words)

  
 61.html
Mochi is available around New Year holidays at food-stores, supermarkets or rice dealers.
The rice cake is served in Zoni - a kind of stew containing mochi with vegetables and fillet of fish, meat or chiken.
Mochi for New Year celebrations is made during the final week of December.
mothra.rerf.or.jp /ENG/Hiroshima/Things/61.html   (815 words)

  
 Cybermacro - Macrobiotics + Macrobiotic Foods MOCHI - Sweet Rice Cakes / Macrobiotic Articles
Mochi, a delicious whole grain food, is made from a glutinous, high-protein variety of rice called sweet rice.
Although mochi is still hand-pounded for the holidays, most of the pure white mochi found in Japanese supermarkets and Oriental foods stores in the United States is squeezed through a modern grinder/extruder.
Mochi made with the herb mugwort, which grows wild throughout Japan, is particularly high in calcium and iron and is traditionally given to women after childbirth.
www.cybermacro.com /Macrobiotic_Articles/From_Mitoku/MOCHI_-_Sweet_Rice_Cakes   (1260 words)

  
 Japan Photo - Mochi Making - W. Dire Wolff
Mochi is a delicious food made from rice.
The mochi serves as a reminder that spiritual growth requires nourishment.
Making mochi is an old fashioned Japanese traditional that can be a rewarding community activity.
www.wdirewolff.com /JapanM01.htm   (238 words)

  
 Mochi Rice-Cake 餅 もち おもち
Mochi is a Japanese food, made by pounding glutinous rice to a paste, then drying it in slabs.
Another of my favorites is to bake the mochi, flatten it, place a piece of "cheese" (I use a vegan cheese, a substitute to animal-milk cheese) in the middle, then fold the mochi around it.
Add steamed mochi to suribachi and mix with pestle until chopped green is evenly distributed in the tacky mass (or use a processor for this, working carefully).
www.geocities.com /scocasso/mochi/mochi01/mochi01.htm   (3942 words)

  
 Sakura mochi
Prepare mochi rice as for sakura mochi but omit the red food coloring.
Let the rice sit for 1-hour, uncover and mix again and it is then ready to use for the sakura mochi sweets.
Wrap the mochi rice around an an ball as for sakura mochi.
www.midorikai.org /sakuramochi.html   (519 words)

  
 Mochi
Valued in Japan as a high energy, stamina inducing food it is perfect for those avoiding wheat products or looking for a satisfying nutritious grain based snack.
AS THE MOCHI COOKS and MELTS THE LID WILL CLOSE and THE WAFFLE WILL BAKE.
GRATE THE MOCHI WITH A CHEESE GRATER & TOSS WITH THE OLIVE OIL, SPRINKLE OVER THE TOP OF CASSEROLES & COVER WITH A LID OR TIN FOIL.
www.greencuisine.com /mochi.html   (197 words)

  
 Tsukuyomi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Amaterasu once sent her brother to represent her at a feast presented by Uke Mochi, the goddess of food.
Unfortunately for Uke Mochi, Tsukuyomi was utterly disgusted by the fact that the meal was created from her mouth and nose and killed her.
Tsukuyomi angered Amaterasu, the sun goddess, when he killed Uke Mochi.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tsukiyomi   (197 words)

  
 TV : Iron Chef : Mochi : Food Network
TV : Iron Chef : Mochi : Food Network
It's a ricey race to the finish line in the Mochi battle in the making.
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www.foodnetwork.com /food/show_ic/episode/0,1976,FOOD_9970_21218,00.html   (95 words)

  
 Mochi Rice-Cake 餅 もち おもち
Mochi is a Japanese food, made by pounding glutinous rice to a paste, then drying it in slabs.
Add steamed mochi to suribachi and mix with pestle until chopped green is evenly distributed in the tacky mass (or use a processor for this, working carefully).
Another of my favorites is to bake the mochi, flatten it, place a piece of "cheese" (I use a vegan cheese, a substitute to animal-milk cheese) in the middle, then fold the mochi around it.
www.geocities.com /scocasso/mochi/mochi01/mochi01.htm   (3942 words)

  
 Uke Mochi
Even her dead body produced food: Corn, rice, and beans sprang forth.
When Uke Moci was visited by Tsukiyomi she prepared a feast by facing the ocean and spitting out a fish, then she faced the forest and bountiful game spewed out of her mouth, finally turning to a rice paddy she coughed up a bowl of rice.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/U/Uke-Mochi.htm   (3942 words)

  
 Letters
Mochi is the most popular food for "osyogatsu" in Japan.
At school, I join a calligraphy club and a tennis club.
Here, I will tell you how to make it.
www.tamagawa.ac.jp /sisetu/kyouken/A1/A1-2/5/chris/scripts/Eriko.html   (122 words)

  
 GiveUpAlready.com - Recipe Requests
Mochi (sticky rice cake) is an important food in Japanese culture, and usually it's eaten during winter.
Prepacked mochi, which are flattened and cut into pieces or shaped into rounds are available at grocery stores.
Mochi is easily to get mold, so it's best to cook soon.
www.giveupalready.com /printthread.php?t=4679&pp=100   (4443 words)

  
 Japan Gourmet Expedition, October 2000 - Matt Wegener and Masayuki Arai
Next to the temple we had sweet food for teatime consisting of zenzai - azuki beans and mochi (texture like hot-melt adhesive).
The food was also good (for airlines), as was the 1999 Cuveé Heritage Bordeaux.
Also we had kiku (Japanese purple flower petals, Chrysanthemum) in mayonnaise, which was really nice, and grilled salmon, nori (mini sheets of seaweed) that we wrapped round the rice.
mattw.de /japan00   (4232 words)

  
 eG Forums -> Taishoken
Thanks for the new thread on Hawaii food blogs and for the link to my own humble effort (I did put in a link on my blog to your eGullet page the other day, this is such a fantastic cyber-spot to visit).
We were lamenting the lack of good cheap Japan-style street food such as was everywhere around us when we lived in Japan.
On a cold day one could stop at a yatai (street stall) for steaming hot mochi, and okonomiyaki was a cheap snack at almost any festival.
forums.egullet.com /index.php?showtopic=44666   (4232 words)

  
 mysticalsenshi.com - v.7 senshi's style
Tsuki-Yomi is the Japanese Shinto moon god, who killed the goddess of food, Uke Mochi.
The Greek Endymion, son of Aethus and king of Elis, was a handsome young sheperd who resided on Mount Latmus in Caria.
Some stories say that she had fifty daughters by Endymion.
www.mysticalsenshi.com /mythology.php   (4232 words)

  
 Untitled Document
Story: Amaterusu sent Tsuki-yomi to Uke mochi the food goddess.
She made him a dish of her mouth and nose.
www.acics.net /panthea/spring2003/moongodsite.htm   (4232 words)

  
 WHATS BEHIND A NAME
SELENE WAS THE GREEK GOODESS OF THE MOON AND BROTHER TO HELIOS,GOD OF THE SUN.THERE ARE MANY SIMULARITIES BETWEEN SELENE AND DIANA,BUT NOTABLE DIFFERENCES AS WELL.FORE EXAMPLE DIANA WAS A HUNTRESS AND A VIRGIN SELENE WAS NEITHER.TSUKI YOMI IS THE JAPANESE SHINTO MOON GOD,WHO KILLED THE GODDESS OF FOOD UKE MOCHI.
THE GREEK ENDYMON,SON OF ATHEUS AND KING OF ELIS,WAS A HANDSOM YOUNG SHEPERD WHO RESIDED ON MOUNT LATMUS IN CARIA.ENDYMON WAS LOVED BY THE MOON GODDESS SELENE WHO PUT HIM IN ETERNAL SLEEP SO SHE COULD VISIT HIM EVERY EVENING.
PLUTO OR HADES IS THE LORD OF THE UNDERWORLD.HE WAS A GLOOMY,STERN AND DULL GOD WHO WAS ALSO CONNECTED TO PLUTUS.LITTLE IS KNOWN ABOUT THIS GOD
www.angelfire.com /ct/mooncress/14.html   (4232 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Rice
Rice Cake Pounding mochi in an usu Making mochi with a modern piece of equipment Mochi (餅) is a food prepared from a variety of rice called mochigome (mochi rice) and used as an ingredient in several Japanese recipes.
Japanese mochi rice and Chinese sticky rice are short-grain.
Rice was chosen as a model organism for the biology of grasses because of its relatively small genome (~430 Megabases).
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Rice   (6601 words)

  
 Monthly Meguro January 2006
> Harmony between Food And Art --The World of Wagashi New Year Wagashi – Hanabira-Mochi (Flower Petal Rice Cakes)
Generally, this is a type of Japanese confection with white mochi rice cakes wrapped around red hishi-mochi (diamond-shaped mochi rice cakes) and white bean jam, including soybean paste and sweetly simmered gobo burdock.
www.city.meguro.tokyo.jp /english/monthly/0601/20060104_5.htm   (119 words)

  
 Rice -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
The processed rice seeds are usually boiled or steamed to make them edible, after which they may be fried in oil, or butter, or beaten in a tub to make (additional info and facts about mochi) mochi.
Rice, like other (Grass whose starchy grains are used as food: wheat; rice; rye; oats; maize; buckwheat; millet) cereal grains, can be puffed (or popped).
This article is about the food grain, not the (Establishment where a seat of higher learning is housed, including administrative and living quarters as well as facilities for research and teaching) university or (additional info and facts about Condoleezza Rice) Condoleezza Rice; see also (additional info and facts about rice (disambiguation)) rice (disambiguation).
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/r/ri/rice.htm   (2192 words)

  
 Kiss Your Food Allergies Goodbye
Mochi and Amazake are great examples of foods that serve the needs of people with conditions like celiac disease (gluten intolerance), but which are also a healthful alternative for people interested in eating right,” says Plotkin.
For more information on Mochi and Amazake, visit www.grainaissance.com or call (800) GRAIN-97.
You can pan fry it and top with pizza ingredients, make dumplings by adding small squares to soup or even make Mochi waffles.
www.healthy-living-today.net /newsbrief_food_allergies.htm   (646 words)

  
 Shinbutsudo: A Web Page for the Study of Japanese Religions
Although the Food Goddess was already dead, her body gave forth oxen and horses from the top of her head, millet from her forehead, the silkworm from her eyebrows, rice from her belly, wheat and beans from her genitals (Nihongi 33).
Hence “Tsukiyomi no Mikoto” can be translated as “His Augustness Moon-Night-Possessor.” This deity appears in two important myths, the creation myth and a curious narrative about the death of the Food Kami.
He is worshipped in the Outer Shrine, where the Food Kami is venerated as well.
www.uwec.edu /philrel/shimbutsudo/tsukiyomi.html   (1134 words)

  
 GourmetSleuth - Suribachi, Japanese Mortar & Pestle
Another mortar used in Japanese food preparation is the "usu" used to pound glutinous rice to make rice cakes called "mochi".
The tool was first used for preparing medicines, then later used for grinding flour and eventually for food preparation.
The Suribachi is originally from Southern China and was introduced to Japan between the eleventh and twelfth century.
gourmetsleuth.com /suribachis.htm   (1134 words)

  
 mochi ice cream recipe
… raspberry pie filling for blueberry for mochi that is … Adapted from a recipe in "Food Day" a number … Terrific easy sauce for ice cream, cheesecake, frozen yogurt &;
… scoop of ice cream down and arrange mochi balls on … Cookies Ice Cream Granola Sandwich the ice cream in between … Denby Dung for two easy salad recipes, one of …
You are here: Aboutandgt;Food and Drinkandgt;Japanese Cuisineandgt; Japanese Dessert / Sweetandgt; Green tea ice cream - Japanese dessert - Green tea ice cream recipe.
www.yummyweb.ca /mochi-ice-cream-recipe.html   (415 words)

  
 Shirokiya Store/Shop Review Oahu Frommers.com
Food samples hot off the grill or out of the oven are offered from the counters: Fish, mochi, pickled vegetables, and black beans fill the air with briny, smoky scents.
Shirokiya's upstairs food department is well-known throughout Honolulu as the marketplace for Japanese treats and a place to discover the best new made-in-Hawaii products, from exotic fern-shoot noodles from the Big Island to the latest in cookies and macadamia nuts.
Home > Destinations > North America > USA > Hawaii > Oahu > Shops > Shirokiya
www.frommers.com /destinations/oahu/S30537.html   (214 words)

  
 TIMEasia.com Watch Japan's Chefs Colonize World Cuisine 1/24/2000
Shrimp burgers on rice buns: the Japanization of Western food goes to new extremes
And it's not only a fast-food trend; upmarket restaurants also get into the act.
One features mochi (sticky rice cake) with nori (dry seaweed) sprinkled on top.
www.time.com /time/asia/travel/2000/0124   (481 words)

  
 Kauai Garden Island News
Each dish and type of food in osechi has meaning, such as good health, fertility, good harvest, happiness, long life, and so on.
They include osechi ryori, otoso (sweetened rice wine) and ozoni (a soup with mochi).
Traditionally, people finish cooking osechi dishes by New Year's eve so they have food for a couple days without cooking.
www.kauaiworld.com /articles/2004/01/01/news/news01.txt   (971 words)

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