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cooking on a rock Answered

Hi,

a long while ago I went to japan on a business trip, my host took me to a restaurant, lunch,, that the hostess cooked the thin strips of meats, veggies, and fruit on some sort or flat rock.  There where burners under the rock.

might someone know what kind of a rock this might be?

thanks

jack 

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Bard (author)2014-10-18

I know this is an old post but i wonder if a pizza baking stone would work

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blkhawk (author)caitlinsdad2013-02-19

Nothing beats an Egg-Foo-Young with fried rice and a huge Egg Roll at the end! Cold draft beer too!

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Josehf Murchison (author)2013-02-19

Rok: Served on stone.

Ishi-Yaki: Hot stone cooking.

Inagiku: Cooking on stone.

Made from shaped igneous rock like granite.

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blkhawk (author)2013-02-19

Probably the stone was made of clay. Cooking on clay has been a part of the cuisine of many cultures. The Japanese use an earthenware pot named donabe that can be used on an open flame.

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