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About Beverage Media Group
Beverage Media Group is a Internet/Internet Software & Services company based in New York, New York. Beverage Media Group has received investment from VantagePoint Venture Partners.
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Aug 12, 2020
Share this: Mike Coppola, Getty Images for NYCWFF A view of Hawaiian Ahi Tuna Poke prepared by Chef Germán Caceres of Green Fig at Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits of New York Trade Tasting presented by Beverage Media Group, during the Food Network & Cooking Channel New York City Wine & Food Festival presented by Coca-Cola at Pier 94 on Oct. 13, 2017 in New York City. August 12, 2020 at 9:17 a.m. Raw fish doesn’t faze us anymore. We eat sushi — lots of it. We’ve really gotten to like ceviche, and even make it at home. But we’ve yet to fall for poke (POH-kay), Hawaii’s raw fish salad, which is certainly easier than sushi to cobble together, and less fussy than ceviche. Now’s a perfect time to do-it-yourself poke. A pandemic keeps us from dining out, by and large, but the sea fish don’t know that and they’re still hopping non-stops to DIA and getting here as fresh as ever. The simplest poke is just large cubes of raw tuna, sesame seed oil, soy sauce, sliced scallion and sesame seeds. It’s a yin and yang of crunch and slither, salt and umami. Served over rice and greens (as everyday as sliced lettuce), poke is a fancy yet simple whole meal. Related Articles I’m pretty sure we don’t do a lot of poke because we’re infrequent buyers of sushi-grade tuna, but you can make poke with large cooked shrimp, other raw fish such as salmon, scallop, seabass or halibut (just buy super-fresh or frozen), firmer tofu and even cooked foods such as large portobello mushroom caps or skinned golden beets, both cut into large chunks. Many among us are also unaccustomed to cooking sushi rice or sticky rice, so we just reflexively say no way to poke. But regular rice, white or brown and any length or girth, is just fine, too, as are other grains such as quinoa, amaranth or bulghur. Soba or rice noodles, cooked and cooled, work well also. As for seasonings, go for a balance of salt, fat and umami. Soy sauce, rice vinegar and sesame seed oil are common, but you can also use citrus juices and mayonnaise (try to find an Asian version of the tangy Kewpie brand). The Hawaiian word “poke” means “to slice,” and that’s the job mostly of the fish or other chunked food, and often the greens or vegetables such as seaweed strips, cilantro, shredded cabbage, avocado cubes or strips or edamame. But the balancing counterpoint to “slice” is “crunch,” so let loose with add-ins such as matchstick carrots, mandarin orange segments, coins of cucumber, pickled ginger, dried seaweed strips, radish coins or slivers, and toasted wonton wrappers or pastel-colored shrimp or prawn crackers. Any wasabi? To the side. DIY Poke bowls 3/4 pound No. 1 or No. 2 grade ahi tuna, cut into 3/4-inch cubes 1 tablespoon soy sauce or tamari 2 teaspoons freshly squeezed lime juice or 1 teaspoon rice vinegar 1/2 teaspoon roasted sesame seed oil 1/4 teaspoon dried pepper flakes (plain red or Urfa or Aleppo) 1/3 large or 1/2 medium jalapeño pepper, sliced see-through-thin 2 large scallions, sliced into thin rings, white and light green parts only 2 tablespoons chopped cilantro leaves 1/2 teaspoon sesame seeds (roasted, white or black, or a mix) Directions Make the sushi rice and when finished, set it aside, covered with a towel, refrigerated if desired. Put the tuna chunks in a bowl and add the soy sauce or tamari, lime juice or vinegar, sesame seed oil, and pepper flakes. Toss the fish well in the dressing and set aside to marinate for 15 minutes or up to an hour, again refrigerated if desired. To a small bowl, add the jalapeño rings, the sliced scallions, and the cilantro leaves and toss together well. When ready to serve, assemble 2 poke bowls by putting 1/2 the cooked rice into each. Take the marinated fish and add the greens from the small bowl, again tossing well so that small bits of scallion, jalapeño and cilantro stick throughout. Arrange 1/2 measure of the fish in each bowl, sprinkling decoratively with the sesame seeds. Variations: For a “sweet” seasonal peach and cucumber poke, omit the dried peppers, jalapeño and cilantro and substitute 1 Colorado peach, skinned, pitted and diced, and 1/2 cup cucumber, peeled and diced. To make a “Nicoise poke,” substitute an orange ponzu for the dressing (orange juice and a bit of grated orange zest for the lime juice, plus a splash of rice vinegar); and none of the other ingredients except the scallion. To the bowl, add green bean segments tossed thinly in olive oil, very good oil-cured black olives, hard-cooked eggs, a couple of wee cooked waxy potatoes, some small jewel tomatoes, and perhaps a few strips of romaine lettuce. For a “lunchroom tuna salad” poke, make half the amount of dressing and add 1 heaping tablespoon Kewpie mayonnaise and 1 heaping teaspoon sweet pickle relish, both mixed-in; exchange chopped flat-leaf parsley for the cilantro; and omit the sesame seeds in favor of large toasted breadcrumbs or croutons. Note to readers: The other day a friend gave me a zucchini the size of a surface-to-air missile. If your garden is turning out major bounty in the squash, tomato, herb or pepper departments, I can help you cook them. Email me and I will respond with links to a few previous columns on those vegetables. August 10, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. Grilled pizza, done right, will be ready in minutes. It’s delicious, and your friends will be impressed. It’s also a great way to use up all the yeast and flour you panic-bought in March. August 8, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. You won’t see any Proseccos here, either. As popular as the wine is, I have not found many interesting bottles recently, although I do recommend the Tajad Frizzante. August 7, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. Instead, I came up with my new summer classic, a black cherry salad that was the star of our last-minute, four-course vegan meal. I’d say I now look forward to making this dish for friends as much as I do an heirloom tomato panzanella when tomato season finally rolls around. August 6, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. Farro salads have a lot going on in the texture department. Unlike their softer sisters -- quinoa, couscous and rice — farro has a hearty, starchy chewiness that’s satisfying even before you start tossing in piles of diced vegetables, dried fruit and toasted nuts.
Beverage Media Group Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Beverage Media Group founded?
Beverage Media Group was founded in 1997.
Where is Beverage Media Group's headquarters?
Beverage Media Group's headquarters is located at 116 John Street, New York.
What is Beverage Media Group's latest funding round?
Beverage Media Group's latest funding round is Loan.
How much did Beverage Media Group raise?
Beverage Media Group raised a total of $10.25M.
Who are the investors of Beverage Media Group?
Investors of Beverage Media Group include Paycheck Protection Program and VantagePoint Capital Partners.
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