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Hibachi vs. Sukiyaki

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Hibachinoun

A portable brazier, powered by charcoal, used for cooking.

Sukiyakinoun

A Japanese dish of thinly-sliced beef and tofu with dashi, mirin and soy sauce cooked quickly at the table.

Hibachinoun

a portable brazier that burns charcoal and has a grill for cooking

Sukiyakinoun

thin beef strips (or chicken or pork) cooked briefly at the table with onions and greens and soy sauce

Hibachiverb

cook over a hibachi grill

Sukiyaki

Sukiyaki (鋤焼, or more commonly すき焼き; [sɯ̥kijaki]) is a Japanese dish that is prepared and served in the nabemono (Japanese hot pot) style. It consists of meat (usually thinly sliced beef) which is slowly cooked or simmered at the table, alongside vegetables and other ingredients, in a shallow iron pot in a mixture of soy sauce, sugar, and mirin.

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Hibachinoun

a portable cooking apparatus similar to a small barbecue.

Hibachinoun

(in Japan) a large earthenware pan or brazier in which charcoal is burnt to provide indoor heating.

Hibachi

The hibachi (Japanese: 火鉢, ) is a traditional Japanese heating device. It consists of a round, cylindrical, or box-shaped, open-topped container, made from or lined with a heatproof material and designed to hold burning charcoal.

‘fire bowl’;

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