This dish from the port city of Mojiko is one of the first foods I mention when people ask what southern Japanese food is all about – it’s spicy, it’s rich, it’s unrefined and it doesn’t seem particularly Japanese at first glance. It sounds a bit like something a student would make after an evening on cheap lager: steamed rice topped with curry and grated cheese. So wrong, yet so right....
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