Friday, February 22, 2013
All About Sake
--Otomo no Tabito (c. 662-731)
Sake is an important aspect of The Passionate Foodie and I have written numerous posts on the topic. Though you can search my blog to find all sorts of Sake information, I decided that it might be helpful to my readers to compile the most important links into a single place. This post will be that repository, and as such will be constantly updated when I write another article about Sake. I have not linked to every Sake post I have written, as some possess outdated information, such as mentions of upcoming Sake events. I have also created a separate page for links to all of my Sake reviews, which you can find here.
If you have any Sake-related questions, feel free to email me. Please also remember that I am available for hire for a myriad of Sake services, from restaurant consulting to Sake paired dinners, from Sake tastings to educational classes. You should also check out my Sake-related fiction, the Tipsy Sensei series, which features a Boston-based Sake expert who learns that the supernatural creatures from Japanese folklore are real.
What is Sake?
Is Sake a Wine or Beer?
Legal Status of Sake In the U.S.
How Does Sake Compare to Wine?
Types of Sake
What is Junmai?
Sake: Chilled vs Warmed
Sake Bottle Labels
Secrets of a Sake Label
Sake Bottles & Cups
Sake in Bottles
Holding Your Sake Cup
Unanswered Sake Questions
Health Benefits of Sake
The 10,001 School of Sake Brewing
More Sake Types
Fruit Infused Sake
Sake Nog: Cure For a Cold?
Sake & Food
Sake & Food
Sake, Amino Acids & Food
Sake Does Not Get Into Fights With Food
The Science of Sake & Food Pairings
Sake For Thanksgiving
Slurping Oysters & Sipping Sake
Pairing Cheese & Sake
Top 10 Sakes To Pair With Your Holiday Cheese Platter
Sake, Seafoood and Lobster Anywhere
Tasting Counter: Putting Sake On The Menu
Nuka & Kasu
Sake Scraps: Nuka & Kasu
Kasu & Cooking
More Uses of Kasu
A History Of Sake Brewing in the U.S.
Research & Sources For A History of Sake Brewing in the U.S.
My History of U.S. Sake Breweries Inspires A Journal Article
Historical Tidbits About Sake In The U.S.
An Early History of Sake Brewing in British Columbia
A History of Sake Brewing in Brazil
The Origins & History of Sake (Part 1)
The Origins & History of Sake (Part 2)
The Origins & History of Sake (Part 3)
Sake Customs & Traditions
The Ten Merits of Sake
Sake Day 2
Sakazuki & Yakuza
Carp Drinking Sake
Shikisankon: Drink Sake, Don't Eat
Shojo & White Sake
Sake Sales & Industry
How Wine Stores Can Sell More Sake
U.S. Sake vs Japan Sake--Context Is Everything
Sake & Shochu: The "National Alcoholic Beverages" of Japan
John Gauntner: Sake Trends & Restaurant Service
Sake Statistics: Ups & Downs
Rant: Drink More Sake Or Godzilla Will Die!
Rant: The Legal Protection of Sake
Protecting Japanese Sake & Rice
Rant: Sake Still Don't Need No Stinkin' Scores!
Ugh! More Stinkin' Scores For Sake From Wine Advocate
Sake Consumption and Export News
Rant: Boston-Area Restaurants, Embrace Sake
Rant: Is Japanese Sake Too Cheap?
Rant: A 100 Point Sake? More Stinkin' Scores From Wine Advocate
Rant: Drink More Warm Sake!
Sake & Nature
A Poetry & Sake Game
Sake Tasting Competitions
Sake & Cherry Blossoms
Sake & Women
Sake Squid Cup
Drink Sake Not Bombs
Sake & Diplomacy
Wine Spectator: New Sake Articles
Shinkame Brewery: From Holy Turtle to Aged Sake (Part 1)
Shinkame Brewery: From Holy Turtle to Aged Sake (Part 2)
Sake Flavored Kit Kats
2017: Favorite Sake Items
2014: Favorite Sake Items
2013: Favorite Sake Items
2012: Favorite Sake Items
2011: Favorite Sake Items
2010: Favorite Sake Items
2009: The Sake Experience
Sake Book & Magazine Reviews
Sake's Hidden Stories
Japanese for Sake Lovers
The Scent of Sake by Joyce Lebra
Sake: A Modern Guide
The Niigata Sake Book
Food Sake Tokyo
Brewing Sake: Release the Toji Within
U.S. Sake Stores & Breweries
Sakaya & A Return Visit
Blue Kudzu Sake: Artisan Brewering In Asheville
Blue Current Brewery: Making Sake In Maine
Sake Outside the U.S.
Sake in Australia
Sake in Canada
Sake in Vancouver
Growing Rice in Vancouver
Sake in Norway