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The Daily Meal Hall of Fame: Mimi Sheraton

The Daily Meal Hall of Fame: Mimi Sheraton



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The Daily Meal is announcing the inductees into its Hall of Fame for 2017. Our seventh inductee is Mimi Sheraton. For all Daily Meal Hall of Fame inductees, please click here.

In her superb 2004 book, Eating My Words: An Appetite for Life, Mimi Sheraton (1926–) offers a master’s guide to food writing in the guise of a memoir. Anyone who aspires to be a food writer, in any of the many incarnations of that term these days, should pick up a copy immediately and see how it’s done — for besides having an unbridled appetite for restaurants, food history, chefs, and (perhaps most of all) research, Sheraton is first and foremost a great journalist. Long before Ruth Reichl donned wigs for anonymity, Sheraton did it. Before Jonathan Gold won a Pulitzer, she was already on the case.

Sheraton was most definitely also a pioneer. When she became the first woman restaurant critic for The New York Times in 1975, it was at a point in history when men dominated both newspapers and restaurant kitchens. After leaving the paper eight years later, Mimi went on to chronicle many, many aspects of our food culture. She has seen — and, seemingly, tasted — it all. Her bibliography is impressive and important, and she is still “bringing it,” well into the twenty-first century. She is never mired in the past. She embraces the new — as long as it meets her exacting standards. She is warm, and funny, and wise, which means that she does not suffer fools gladly.She has seen — and, seemingly, tasted — it all.

In my many years as an editor at Bon Appétit, I knew that I could always rely on Sheraton to answer a question, no matter how mundane or routine it might have been to her (especially in my early days). Often the explanation came with a fascinating back story that only she could have provided. She was, and still is, a mentor and friend to many, something that seldom gets a lot of attention.

Mimi Sheraton epitomizes what a Daily Meal Hall of Fame inductee should be: influential, curious, and tenacious; someone with a distinct voice and point of view. This is not just about longevity. It’s about quality. As she puts it in the introduction to Eating My Words: “I believe there is a story at every table. Anxious to know what each might be, I have honed skills at eavesdropping, glancing (too unobtrusively to be called staring, I trust) and filling in the blanks myself.” How lucky we are to have those blanks filled in by the talented and astute Mimi Sheraton.


Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish with Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce

In 1988, Chef Roy Yamaguchi opened the first Roy's in Hawaii and has since opened 30 others including 21 in the Continental US, six in Hawaii, three in Japan and one in Guam. Famous for his style of cooking described as Hawaiian Fusion, Yamaguchi creates tantalizing dishes that blend European cooking techniques with the fresh local ingredients found in Asia and the Pacific Rim. Specializing in seafood, Roy 's menu features classic favorites such as this Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish w/ Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce.

About the chef:

Roy Yamaguchi's professional accomplishments have been many, and critical acclaim for his food has been extraordinary. Food & Wine dubbed the first Roy's "the crown jewel of Honolulu 's East-West eateries." Mimi Sheraton selected this pioneering venue as one of Conde Nast Traveler's "Top 50" in America, and it was enshrined in Nation's Restaurant News' "Fine Dining Hall of Fame." Gault-Millau went on to award it two "toques" (a 17/20 rating) and in a Forbes FYI, Andre Gayot ranked it amongst the nation's "Top 40." Bon Appetit and Forbes have included Roy 's in cover stories and Gourmet acknowledged Yamaguchi as "the father of modern East-West cooking." Equally importantly to Yamaguchi has been his restaurants' overwhelming acceptance by island cognoscenti, who have voted Roy's as Hawaii's "Most Popular Restaurant" in consecutive editions of the Zagat Hawaii Survey. The New York Times recently included Roy's in a definitive Sunday Travel Section "Choice Tables" article in which Yamaguchi was described as "the Wolfgang Puck of the Pacific" and his food as "outstanding." Yamaguchi has also received the James Beard Award for "Best Pacific Northwest Chef," Hawaii's first recipient of this prestigious, peer selected national honor.

This recipe makes one restaurant serving.

Misoyaki Butterfish Ingredients:
7 oz sea bass or halibut
1 cup sake (can substitute rice wine)
1 cup mirin (can substitute rice wine)
1 cup sugar
1/2 lb miso
1 Tbsp olive oil

Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce Ingredients:
2 Tbsp Olive oil
1 small Chopped sweet onion
1Tbsp Chopped shallots
1 clove Roasted garlic chips
1/3 cup White wine
2 tsp Fish Sauce
1 Tbsp. Fresh lime
2 Tbsp Cream
2 Tbsp Chopped cilantro
2 Tbsp Unsalted butter
1 Tbsp Kim Chee sauce
3 Tbsp Chili sauce

Misoyaki Butterfish Instructions:
Combine sake, mirin, sugar and miso in a small saucepan and simmer until it becomes a dark, caramel color.
After marinade has cooled, submerge fish completely and refrigerate for 24 hours.
Take the marinated fish and place it into a sauté pan on medium heat with a small amount of oil
Cook for 2 to 4 minutes on each side.

Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce Instructions:
Begin sauce by slicing the garlic thinly and slow roasting it in the oven for 40 minutes, at 250 degrees.
Using a small amount of oil, sauté the onion, shallot and garlic, until they become translucent.
Deglaze with white wine and fish sauce, and then simmer until reduced by half.
Add cream, lime juice and a pinch of cilantro.
Reduce the mixture until it thickens and slowly blend in the Kim Chee sauce and butter.
Strain sauce through a chinois or cheese cloth and then mix in 1 tablespoon of cilantro and the chili sauce.

Assembly Instructions:
Place fish on the center of the plate on top of your starch of choice.
Ladle the Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce around the fish.
Optional: top with chopped cilantro.


Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish with Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce

In 1988, Chef Roy Yamaguchi opened the first Roy's in Hawaii and has since opened 30 others including 21 in the Continental US, six in Hawaii, three in Japan and one in Guam. Famous for his style of cooking described as Hawaiian Fusion, Yamaguchi creates tantalizing dishes that blend European cooking techniques with the fresh local ingredients found in Asia and the Pacific Rim. Specializing in seafood, Roy 's menu features classic favorites such as this Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish w/ Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce.

About the chef:

Roy Yamaguchi's professional accomplishments have been many, and critical acclaim for his food has been extraordinary. Food & Wine dubbed the first Roy's "the crown jewel of Honolulu 's East-West eateries." Mimi Sheraton selected this pioneering venue as one of Conde Nast Traveler's "Top 50" in America, and it was enshrined in Nation's Restaurant News' "Fine Dining Hall of Fame." Gault-Millau went on to award it two "toques" (a 17/20 rating) and in a Forbes FYI, Andre Gayot ranked it amongst the nation's "Top 40." Bon Appetit and Forbes have included Roy 's in cover stories and Gourmet acknowledged Yamaguchi as "the father of modern East-West cooking." Equally importantly to Yamaguchi has been his restaurants' overwhelming acceptance by island cognoscenti, who have voted Roy's as Hawaii's "Most Popular Restaurant" in consecutive editions of the Zagat Hawaii Survey. The New York Times recently included Roy's in a definitive Sunday Travel Section "Choice Tables" article in which Yamaguchi was described as "the Wolfgang Puck of the Pacific" and his food as "outstanding." Yamaguchi has also received the James Beard Award for "Best Pacific Northwest Chef," Hawaii's first recipient of this prestigious, peer selected national honor.

This recipe makes one restaurant serving.

Misoyaki Butterfish Ingredients:
7 oz sea bass or halibut
1 cup sake (can substitute rice wine)
1 cup mirin (can substitute rice wine)
1 cup sugar
1/2 lb miso
1 Tbsp olive oil

Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce Ingredients:
2 Tbsp Olive oil
1 small Chopped sweet onion
1Tbsp Chopped shallots
1 clove Roasted garlic chips
1/3 cup White wine
2 tsp Fish Sauce
1 Tbsp. Fresh lime
2 Tbsp Cream
2 Tbsp Chopped cilantro
2 Tbsp Unsalted butter
1 Tbsp Kim Chee sauce
3 Tbsp Chili sauce

Misoyaki Butterfish Instructions:
Combine sake, mirin, sugar and miso in a small saucepan and simmer until it becomes a dark, caramel color.
After marinade has cooled, submerge fish completely and refrigerate for 24 hours.
Take the marinated fish and place it into a sauté pan on medium heat with a small amount of oil
Cook for 2 to 4 minutes on each side.

Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce Instructions:
Begin sauce by slicing the garlic thinly and slow roasting it in the oven for 40 minutes, at 250 degrees.
Using a small amount of oil, sauté the onion, shallot and garlic, until they become translucent.
Deglaze with white wine and fish sauce, and then simmer until reduced by half.
Add cream, lime juice and a pinch of cilantro.
Reduce the mixture until it thickens and slowly blend in the Kim Chee sauce and butter.
Strain sauce through a chinois or cheese cloth and then mix in 1 tablespoon of cilantro and the chili sauce.

Assembly Instructions:
Place fish on the center of the plate on top of your starch of choice.
Ladle the Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce around the fish.
Optional: top with chopped cilantro.


Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish with Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce

In 1988, Chef Roy Yamaguchi opened the first Roy's in Hawaii and has since opened 30 others including 21 in the Continental US, six in Hawaii, three in Japan and one in Guam. Famous for his style of cooking described as Hawaiian Fusion, Yamaguchi creates tantalizing dishes that blend European cooking techniques with the fresh local ingredients found in Asia and the Pacific Rim. Specializing in seafood, Roy 's menu features classic favorites such as this Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish w/ Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce.

About the chef:

Roy Yamaguchi's professional accomplishments have been many, and critical acclaim for his food has been extraordinary. Food & Wine dubbed the first Roy's "the crown jewel of Honolulu 's East-West eateries." Mimi Sheraton selected this pioneering venue as one of Conde Nast Traveler's "Top 50" in America, and it was enshrined in Nation's Restaurant News' "Fine Dining Hall of Fame." Gault-Millau went on to award it two "toques" (a 17/20 rating) and in a Forbes FYI, Andre Gayot ranked it amongst the nation's "Top 40." Bon Appetit and Forbes have included Roy 's in cover stories and Gourmet acknowledged Yamaguchi as "the father of modern East-West cooking." Equally importantly to Yamaguchi has been his restaurants' overwhelming acceptance by island cognoscenti, who have voted Roy's as Hawaii's "Most Popular Restaurant" in consecutive editions of the Zagat Hawaii Survey. The New York Times recently included Roy's in a definitive Sunday Travel Section "Choice Tables" article in which Yamaguchi was described as "the Wolfgang Puck of the Pacific" and his food as "outstanding." Yamaguchi has also received the James Beard Award for "Best Pacific Northwest Chef," Hawaii's first recipient of this prestigious, peer selected national honor.

This recipe makes one restaurant serving.

Misoyaki Butterfish Ingredients:
7 oz sea bass or halibut
1 cup sake (can substitute rice wine)
1 cup mirin (can substitute rice wine)
1 cup sugar
1/2 lb miso
1 Tbsp olive oil

Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce Ingredients:
2 Tbsp Olive oil
1 small Chopped sweet onion
1Tbsp Chopped shallots
1 clove Roasted garlic chips
1/3 cup White wine
2 tsp Fish Sauce
1 Tbsp. Fresh lime
2 Tbsp Cream
2 Tbsp Chopped cilantro
2 Tbsp Unsalted butter
1 Tbsp Kim Chee sauce
3 Tbsp Chili sauce

Misoyaki Butterfish Instructions:
Combine sake, mirin, sugar and miso in a small saucepan and simmer until it becomes a dark, caramel color.
After marinade has cooled, submerge fish completely and refrigerate for 24 hours.
Take the marinated fish and place it into a sauté pan on medium heat with a small amount of oil
Cook for 2 to 4 minutes on each side.

Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce Instructions:
Begin sauce by slicing the garlic thinly and slow roasting it in the oven for 40 minutes, at 250 degrees.
Using a small amount of oil, sauté the onion, shallot and garlic, until they become translucent.
Deglaze with white wine and fish sauce, and then simmer until reduced by half.
Add cream, lime juice and a pinch of cilantro.
Reduce the mixture until it thickens and slowly blend in the Kim Chee sauce and butter.
Strain sauce through a chinois or cheese cloth and then mix in 1 tablespoon of cilantro and the chili sauce.

Assembly Instructions:
Place fish on the center of the plate on top of your starch of choice.
Ladle the Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce around the fish.
Optional: top with chopped cilantro.


Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish with Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce

In 1988, Chef Roy Yamaguchi opened the first Roy's in Hawaii and has since opened 30 others including 21 in the Continental US, six in Hawaii, three in Japan and one in Guam. Famous for his style of cooking described as Hawaiian Fusion, Yamaguchi creates tantalizing dishes that blend European cooking techniques with the fresh local ingredients found in Asia and the Pacific Rim. Specializing in seafood, Roy 's menu features classic favorites such as this Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish w/ Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce.

About the chef:

Roy Yamaguchi's professional accomplishments have been many, and critical acclaim for his food has been extraordinary. Food & Wine dubbed the first Roy's "the crown jewel of Honolulu 's East-West eateries." Mimi Sheraton selected this pioneering venue as one of Conde Nast Traveler's "Top 50" in America, and it was enshrined in Nation's Restaurant News' "Fine Dining Hall of Fame." Gault-Millau went on to award it two "toques" (a 17/20 rating) and in a Forbes FYI, Andre Gayot ranked it amongst the nation's "Top 40." Bon Appetit and Forbes have included Roy 's in cover stories and Gourmet acknowledged Yamaguchi as "the father of modern East-West cooking." Equally importantly to Yamaguchi has been his restaurants' overwhelming acceptance by island cognoscenti, who have voted Roy's as Hawaii's "Most Popular Restaurant" in consecutive editions of the Zagat Hawaii Survey. The New York Times recently included Roy's in a definitive Sunday Travel Section "Choice Tables" article in which Yamaguchi was described as "the Wolfgang Puck of the Pacific" and his food as "outstanding." Yamaguchi has also received the James Beard Award for "Best Pacific Northwest Chef," Hawaii's first recipient of this prestigious, peer selected national honor.

This recipe makes one restaurant serving.

Misoyaki Butterfish Ingredients:
7 oz sea bass or halibut
1 cup sake (can substitute rice wine)
1 cup mirin (can substitute rice wine)
1 cup sugar
1/2 lb miso
1 Tbsp olive oil

Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce Ingredients:
2 Tbsp Olive oil
1 small Chopped sweet onion
1Tbsp Chopped shallots
1 clove Roasted garlic chips
1/3 cup White wine
2 tsp Fish Sauce
1 Tbsp. Fresh lime
2 Tbsp Cream
2 Tbsp Chopped cilantro
2 Tbsp Unsalted butter
1 Tbsp Kim Chee sauce
3 Tbsp Chili sauce

Misoyaki Butterfish Instructions:
Combine sake, mirin, sugar and miso in a small saucepan and simmer until it becomes a dark, caramel color.
After marinade has cooled, submerge fish completely and refrigerate for 24 hours.
Take the marinated fish and place it into a sauté pan on medium heat with a small amount of oil
Cook for 2 to 4 minutes on each side.

Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce Instructions:
Begin sauce by slicing the garlic thinly and slow roasting it in the oven for 40 minutes, at 250 degrees.
Using a small amount of oil, sauté the onion, shallot and garlic, until they become translucent.
Deglaze with white wine and fish sauce, and then simmer until reduced by half.
Add cream, lime juice and a pinch of cilantro.
Reduce the mixture until it thickens and slowly blend in the Kim Chee sauce and butter.
Strain sauce through a chinois or cheese cloth and then mix in 1 tablespoon of cilantro and the chili sauce.

Assembly Instructions:
Place fish on the center of the plate on top of your starch of choice.
Ladle the Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce around the fish.
Optional: top with chopped cilantro.


Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish with Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce

In 1988, Chef Roy Yamaguchi opened the first Roy's in Hawaii and has since opened 30 others including 21 in the Continental US, six in Hawaii, three in Japan and one in Guam. Famous for his style of cooking described as Hawaiian Fusion, Yamaguchi creates tantalizing dishes that blend European cooking techniques with the fresh local ingredients found in Asia and the Pacific Rim. Specializing in seafood, Roy 's menu features classic favorites such as this Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish w/ Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce.

About the chef:

Roy Yamaguchi's professional accomplishments have been many, and critical acclaim for his food has been extraordinary. Food & Wine dubbed the first Roy's "the crown jewel of Honolulu 's East-West eateries." Mimi Sheraton selected this pioneering venue as one of Conde Nast Traveler's "Top 50" in America, and it was enshrined in Nation's Restaurant News' "Fine Dining Hall of Fame." Gault-Millau went on to award it two "toques" (a 17/20 rating) and in a Forbes FYI, Andre Gayot ranked it amongst the nation's "Top 40." Bon Appetit and Forbes have included Roy 's in cover stories and Gourmet acknowledged Yamaguchi as "the father of modern East-West cooking." Equally importantly to Yamaguchi has been his restaurants' overwhelming acceptance by island cognoscenti, who have voted Roy's as Hawaii's "Most Popular Restaurant" in consecutive editions of the Zagat Hawaii Survey. The New York Times recently included Roy's in a definitive Sunday Travel Section "Choice Tables" article in which Yamaguchi was described as "the Wolfgang Puck of the Pacific" and his food as "outstanding." Yamaguchi has also received the James Beard Award for "Best Pacific Northwest Chef," Hawaii's first recipient of this prestigious, peer selected national honor.

This recipe makes one restaurant serving.

Misoyaki Butterfish Ingredients:
7 oz sea bass or halibut
1 cup sake (can substitute rice wine)
1 cup mirin (can substitute rice wine)
1 cup sugar
1/2 lb miso
1 Tbsp olive oil

Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce Ingredients:
2 Tbsp Olive oil
1 small Chopped sweet onion
1Tbsp Chopped shallots
1 clove Roasted garlic chips
1/3 cup White wine
2 tsp Fish Sauce
1 Tbsp. Fresh lime
2 Tbsp Cream
2 Tbsp Chopped cilantro
2 Tbsp Unsalted butter
1 Tbsp Kim Chee sauce
3 Tbsp Chili sauce

Misoyaki Butterfish Instructions:
Combine sake, mirin, sugar and miso in a small saucepan and simmer until it becomes a dark, caramel color.
After marinade has cooled, submerge fish completely and refrigerate for 24 hours.
Take the marinated fish and place it into a sauté pan on medium heat with a small amount of oil
Cook for 2 to 4 minutes on each side.

Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce Instructions:
Begin sauce by slicing the garlic thinly and slow roasting it in the oven for 40 minutes, at 250 degrees.
Using a small amount of oil, sauté the onion, shallot and garlic, until they become translucent.
Deglaze with white wine and fish sauce, and then simmer until reduced by half.
Add cream, lime juice and a pinch of cilantro.
Reduce the mixture until it thickens and slowly blend in the Kim Chee sauce and butter.
Strain sauce through a chinois or cheese cloth and then mix in 1 tablespoon of cilantro and the chili sauce.

Assembly Instructions:
Place fish on the center of the plate on top of your starch of choice.
Ladle the Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce around the fish.
Optional: top with chopped cilantro.


Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish with Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce

In 1988, Chef Roy Yamaguchi opened the first Roy's in Hawaii and has since opened 30 others including 21 in the Continental US, six in Hawaii, three in Japan and one in Guam. Famous for his style of cooking described as Hawaiian Fusion, Yamaguchi creates tantalizing dishes that blend European cooking techniques with the fresh local ingredients found in Asia and the Pacific Rim. Specializing in seafood, Roy 's menu features classic favorites such as this Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish w/ Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce.

About the chef:

Roy Yamaguchi's professional accomplishments have been many, and critical acclaim for his food has been extraordinary. Food & Wine dubbed the first Roy's "the crown jewel of Honolulu 's East-West eateries." Mimi Sheraton selected this pioneering venue as one of Conde Nast Traveler's "Top 50" in America, and it was enshrined in Nation's Restaurant News' "Fine Dining Hall of Fame." Gault-Millau went on to award it two "toques" (a 17/20 rating) and in a Forbes FYI, Andre Gayot ranked it amongst the nation's "Top 40." Bon Appetit and Forbes have included Roy 's in cover stories and Gourmet acknowledged Yamaguchi as "the father of modern East-West cooking." Equally importantly to Yamaguchi has been his restaurants' overwhelming acceptance by island cognoscenti, who have voted Roy's as Hawaii's "Most Popular Restaurant" in consecutive editions of the Zagat Hawaii Survey. The New York Times recently included Roy's in a definitive Sunday Travel Section "Choice Tables" article in which Yamaguchi was described as "the Wolfgang Puck of the Pacific" and his food as "outstanding." Yamaguchi has also received the James Beard Award for "Best Pacific Northwest Chef," Hawaii's first recipient of this prestigious, peer selected national honor.

This recipe makes one restaurant serving.

Misoyaki Butterfish Ingredients:
7 oz sea bass or halibut
1 cup sake (can substitute rice wine)
1 cup mirin (can substitute rice wine)
1 cup sugar
1/2 lb miso
1 Tbsp olive oil

Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce Ingredients:
2 Tbsp Olive oil
1 small Chopped sweet onion
1Tbsp Chopped shallots
1 clove Roasted garlic chips
1/3 cup White wine
2 tsp Fish Sauce
1 Tbsp. Fresh lime
2 Tbsp Cream
2 Tbsp Chopped cilantro
2 Tbsp Unsalted butter
1 Tbsp Kim Chee sauce
3 Tbsp Chili sauce

Misoyaki Butterfish Instructions:
Combine sake, mirin, sugar and miso in a small saucepan and simmer until it becomes a dark, caramel color.
After marinade has cooled, submerge fish completely and refrigerate for 24 hours.
Take the marinated fish and place it into a sauté pan on medium heat with a small amount of oil
Cook for 2 to 4 minutes on each side.

Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce Instructions:
Begin sauce by slicing the garlic thinly and slow roasting it in the oven for 40 minutes, at 250 degrees.
Using a small amount of oil, sauté the onion, shallot and garlic, until they become translucent.
Deglaze with white wine and fish sauce, and then simmer until reduced by half.
Add cream, lime juice and a pinch of cilantro.
Reduce the mixture until it thickens and slowly blend in the Kim Chee sauce and butter.
Strain sauce through a chinois or cheese cloth and then mix in 1 tablespoon of cilantro and the chili sauce.

Assembly Instructions:
Place fish on the center of the plate on top of your starch of choice.
Ladle the Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce around the fish.
Optional: top with chopped cilantro.


Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish with Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce

In 1988, Chef Roy Yamaguchi opened the first Roy's in Hawaii and has since opened 30 others including 21 in the Continental US, six in Hawaii, three in Japan and one in Guam. Famous for his style of cooking described as Hawaiian Fusion, Yamaguchi creates tantalizing dishes that blend European cooking techniques with the fresh local ingredients found in Asia and the Pacific Rim. Specializing in seafood, Roy 's menu features classic favorites such as this Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish w/ Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce.

About the chef:

Roy Yamaguchi's professional accomplishments have been many, and critical acclaim for his food has been extraordinary. Food & Wine dubbed the first Roy's "the crown jewel of Honolulu 's East-West eateries." Mimi Sheraton selected this pioneering venue as one of Conde Nast Traveler's "Top 50" in America, and it was enshrined in Nation's Restaurant News' "Fine Dining Hall of Fame." Gault-Millau went on to award it two "toques" (a 17/20 rating) and in a Forbes FYI, Andre Gayot ranked it amongst the nation's "Top 40." Bon Appetit and Forbes have included Roy 's in cover stories and Gourmet acknowledged Yamaguchi as "the father of modern East-West cooking." Equally importantly to Yamaguchi has been his restaurants' overwhelming acceptance by island cognoscenti, who have voted Roy's as Hawaii's "Most Popular Restaurant" in consecutive editions of the Zagat Hawaii Survey. The New York Times recently included Roy's in a definitive Sunday Travel Section "Choice Tables" article in which Yamaguchi was described as "the Wolfgang Puck of the Pacific" and his food as "outstanding." Yamaguchi has also received the James Beard Award for "Best Pacific Northwest Chef," Hawaii's first recipient of this prestigious, peer selected national honor.

This recipe makes one restaurant serving.

Misoyaki Butterfish Ingredients:
7 oz sea bass or halibut
1 cup sake (can substitute rice wine)
1 cup mirin (can substitute rice wine)
1 cup sugar
1/2 lb miso
1 Tbsp olive oil

Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce Ingredients:
2 Tbsp Olive oil
1 small Chopped sweet onion
1Tbsp Chopped shallots
1 clove Roasted garlic chips
1/3 cup White wine
2 tsp Fish Sauce
1 Tbsp. Fresh lime
2 Tbsp Cream
2 Tbsp Chopped cilantro
2 Tbsp Unsalted butter
1 Tbsp Kim Chee sauce
3 Tbsp Chili sauce

Misoyaki Butterfish Instructions:
Combine sake, mirin, sugar and miso in a small saucepan and simmer until it becomes a dark, caramel color.
After marinade has cooled, submerge fish completely and refrigerate for 24 hours.
Take the marinated fish and place it into a sauté pan on medium heat with a small amount of oil
Cook for 2 to 4 minutes on each side.

Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce Instructions:
Begin sauce by slicing the garlic thinly and slow roasting it in the oven for 40 minutes, at 250 degrees.
Using a small amount of oil, sauté the onion, shallot and garlic, until they become translucent.
Deglaze with white wine and fish sauce, and then simmer until reduced by half.
Add cream, lime juice and a pinch of cilantro.
Reduce the mixture until it thickens and slowly blend in the Kim Chee sauce and butter.
Strain sauce through a chinois or cheese cloth and then mix in 1 tablespoon of cilantro and the chili sauce.

Assembly Instructions:
Place fish on the center of the plate on top of your starch of choice.
Ladle the Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce around the fish.
Optional: top with chopped cilantro.


Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish with Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce

In 1988, Chef Roy Yamaguchi opened the first Roy's in Hawaii and has since opened 30 others including 21 in the Continental US, six in Hawaii, three in Japan and one in Guam. Famous for his style of cooking described as Hawaiian Fusion, Yamaguchi creates tantalizing dishes that blend European cooking techniques with the fresh local ingredients found in Asia and the Pacific Rim. Specializing in seafood, Roy 's menu features classic favorites such as this Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish w/ Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce.

About the chef:

Roy Yamaguchi's professional accomplishments have been many, and critical acclaim for his food has been extraordinary. Food & Wine dubbed the first Roy's "the crown jewel of Honolulu 's East-West eateries." Mimi Sheraton selected this pioneering venue as one of Conde Nast Traveler's "Top 50" in America, and it was enshrined in Nation's Restaurant News' "Fine Dining Hall of Fame." Gault-Millau went on to award it two "toques" (a 17/20 rating) and in a Forbes FYI, Andre Gayot ranked it amongst the nation's "Top 40." Bon Appetit and Forbes have included Roy 's in cover stories and Gourmet acknowledged Yamaguchi as "the father of modern East-West cooking." Equally importantly to Yamaguchi has been his restaurants' overwhelming acceptance by island cognoscenti, who have voted Roy's as Hawaii's "Most Popular Restaurant" in consecutive editions of the Zagat Hawaii Survey. The New York Times recently included Roy's in a definitive Sunday Travel Section "Choice Tables" article in which Yamaguchi was described as "the Wolfgang Puck of the Pacific" and his food as "outstanding." Yamaguchi has also received the James Beard Award for "Best Pacific Northwest Chef," Hawaii's first recipient of this prestigious, peer selected national honor.

This recipe makes one restaurant serving.

Misoyaki Butterfish Ingredients:
7 oz sea bass or halibut
1 cup sake (can substitute rice wine)
1 cup mirin (can substitute rice wine)
1 cup sugar
1/2 lb miso
1 Tbsp olive oil

Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce Ingredients:
2 Tbsp Olive oil
1 small Chopped sweet onion
1Tbsp Chopped shallots
1 clove Roasted garlic chips
1/3 cup White wine
2 tsp Fish Sauce
1 Tbsp. Fresh lime
2 Tbsp Cream
2 Tbsp Chopped cilantro
2 Tbsp Unsalted butter
1 Tbsp Kim Chee sauce
3 Tbsp Chili sauce

Misoyaki Butterfish Instructions:
Combine sake, mirin, sugar and miso in a small saucepan and simmer until it becomes a dark, caramel color.
After marinade has cooled, submerge fish completely and refrigerate for 24 hours.
Take the marinated fish and place it into a sauté pan on medium heat with a small amount of oil
Cook for 2 to 4 minutes on each side.

Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce Instructions:
Begin sauce by slicing the garlic thinly and slow roasting it in the oven for 40 minutes, at 250 degrees.
Using a small amount of oil, sauté the onion, shallot and garlic, until they become translucent.
Deglaze with white wine and fish sauce, and then simmer until reduced by half.
Add cream, lime juice and a pinch of cilantro.
Reduce the mixture until it thickens and slowly blend in the Kim Chee sauce and butter.
Strain sauce through a chinois or cheese cloth and then mix in 1 tablespoon of cilantro and the chili sauce.

Assembly Instructions:
Place fish on the center of the plate on top of your starch of choice.
Ladle the Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce around the fish.
Optional: top with chopped cilantro.


Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish with Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce

In 1988, Chef Roy Yamaguchi opened the first Roy's in Hawaii and has since opened 30 others including 21 in the Continental US, six in Hawaii, three in Japan and one in Guam. Famous for his style of cooking described as Hawaiian Fusion, Yamaguchi creates tantalizing dishes that blend European cooking techniques with the fresh local ingredients found in Asia and the Pacific Rim. Specializing in seafood, Roy 's menu features classic favorites such as this Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish w/ Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce.

About the chef:

Roy Yamaguchi's professional accomplishments have been many, and critical acclaim for his food has been extraordinary. Food & Wine dubbed the first Roy's "the crown jewel of Honolulu 's East-West eateries." Mimi Sheraton selected this pioneering venue as one of Conde Nast Traveler's "Top 50" in America, and it was enshrined in Nation's Restaurant News' "Fine Dining Hall of Fame." Gault-Millau went on to award it two "toques" (a 17/20 rating) and in a Forbes FYI, Andre Gayot ranked it amongst the nation's "Top 40." Bon Appetit and Forbes have included Roy 's in cover stories and Gourmet acknowledged Yamaguchi as "the father of modern East-West cooking." Equally importantly to Yamaguchi has been his restaurants' overwhelming acceptance by island cognoscenti, who have voted Roy's as Hawaii's "Most Popular Restaurant" in consecutive editions of the Zagat Hawaii Survey. The New York Times recently included Roy's in a definitive Sunday Travel Section "Choice Tables" article in which Yamaguchi was described as "the Wolfgang Puck of the Pacific" and his food as "outstanding." Yamaguchi has also received the James Beard Award for "Best Pacific Northwest Chef," Hawaii's first recipient of this prestigious, peer selected national honor.

This recipe makes one restaurant serving.

Misoyaki Butterfish Ingredients:
7 oz sea bass or halibut
1 cup sake (can substitute rice wine)
1 cup mirin (can substitute rice wine)
1 cup sugar
1/2 lb miso
1 Tbsp olive oil

Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce Ingredients:
2 Tbsp Olive oil
1 small Chopped sweet onion
1Tbsp Chopped shallots
1 clove Roasted garlic chips
1/3 cup White wine
2 tsp Fish Sauce
1 Tbsp. Fresh lime
2 Tbsp Cream
2 Tbsp Chopped cilantro
2 Tbsp Unsalted butter
1 Tbsp Kim Chee sauce
3 Tbsp Chili sauce

Misoyaki Butterfish Instructions:
Combine sake, mirin, sugar and miso in a small saucepan and simmer until it becomes a dark, caramel color.
After marinade has cooled, submerge fish completely and refrigerate for 24 hours.
Take the marinated fish and place it into a sauté pan on medium heat with a small amount of oil
Cook for 2 to 4 minutes on each side.

Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce Instructions:
Begin sauce by slicing the garlic thinly and slow roasting it in the oven for 40 minutes, at 250 degrees.
Using a small amount of oil, sauté the onion, shallot and garlic, until they become translucent.
Deglaze with white wine and fish sauce, and then simmer until reduced by half.
Add cream, lime juice and a pinch of cilantro.
Reduce the mixture until it thickens and slowly blend in the Kim Chee sauce and butter.
Strain sauce through a chinois or cheese cloth and then mix in 1 tablespoon of cilantro and the chili sauce.

Assembly Instructions:
Place fish on the center of the plate on top of your starch of choice.
Ladle the Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce around the fish.
Optional: top with chopped cilantro.


Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish with Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce

In 1988, Chef Roy Yamaguchi opened the first Roy's in Hawaii and has since opened 30 others including 21 in the Continental US, six in Hawaii, three in Japan and one in Guam. Famous for his style of cooking described as Hawaiian Fusion, Yamaguchi creates tantalizing dishes that blend European cooking techniques with the fresh local ingredients found in Asia and the Pacific Rim. Specializing in seafood, Roy 's menu features classic favorites such as this Hawaiian Style Misoyaki Butterfish w/ Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce.

About the chef:

Roy Yamaguchi's professional accomplishments have been many, and critical acclaim for his food has been extraordinary. Food & Wine dubbed the first Roy's "the crown jewel of Honolulu 's East-West eateries." Mimi Sheraton selected this pioneering venue as one of Conde Nast Traveler's "Top 50" in America, and it was enshrined in Nation's Restaurant News' "Fine Dining Hall of Fame." Gault-Millau went on to award it two "toques" (a 17/20 rating) and in a Forbes FYI, Andre Gayot ranked it amongst the nation's "Top 40." Bon Appetit and Forbes have included Roy 's in cover stories and Gourmet acknowledged Yamaguchi as "the father of modern East-West cooking." Equally importantly to Yamaguchi has been his restaurants' overwhelming acceptance by island cognoscenti, who have voted Roy's as Hawaii's "Most Popular Restaurant" in consecutive editions of the Zagat Hawaii Survey. The New York Times recently included Roy's in a definitive Sunday Travel Section "Choice Tables" article in which Yamaguchi was described as "the Wolfgang Puck of the Pacific" and his food as "outstanding." Yamaguchi has also received the James Beard Award for "Best Pacific Northwest Chef," Hawaii's first recipient of this prestigious, peer selected national honor.

This recipe makes one restaurant serving.

Misoyaki Butterfish Ingredients:
7 oz sea bass or halibut
1 cup sake (can substitute rice wine)
1 cup mirin (can substitute rice wine)
1 cup sugar
1/2 lb miso
1 Tbsp olive oil

Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce Ingredients:
2 Tbsp Olive oil
1 small Chopped sweet onion
1Tbsp Chopped shallots
1 clove Roasted garlic chips
1/3 cup White wine
2 tsp Fish Sauce
1 Tbsp. Fresh lime
2 Tbsp Cream
2 Tbsp Chopped cilantro
2 Tbsp Unsalted butter
1 Tbsp Kim Chee sauce
3 Tbsp Chili sauce

Misoyaki Butterfish Instructions:
Combine sake, mirin, sugar and miso in a small saucepan and simmer until it becomes a dark, caramel color.
After marinade has cooled, submerge fish completely and refrigerate for 24 hours.
Take the marinated fish and place it into a sauté pan on medium heat with a small amount of oil
Cook for 2 to 4 minutes on each side.

Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce Instructions:
Begin sauce by slicing the garlic thinly and slow roasting it in the oven for 40 minutes, at 250 degrees.
Using a small amount of oil, sauté the onion, shallot and garlic, until they become translucent.
Deglaze with white wine and fish sauce, and then simmer until reduced by half.
Add cream, lime juice and a pinch of cilantro.
Reduce the mixture until it thickens and slowly blend in the Kim Chee sauce and butter.
Strain sauce through a chinois or cheese cloth and then mix in 1 tablespoon of cilantro and the chili sauce.

Assembly Instructions:
Place fish on the center of the plate on top of your starch of choice.
Ladle the Kim Chee Lime Butter Sauce around the fish.
Optional: top with chopped cilantro.


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