Kokuho Rose recently featured on the Discovery Channel and was broadcasted to 64 countries in 14 languages across the globe! After two full 10 hour days of filming with the talented crew of How It’s Made, along with some VIP assistance from our friends at the Kokuho manufacturing facility in California, we collected enough footage to produce the show. In that time, we turned the whole operation inside-out and explored every inch of the production process to share with the world how this delicious rice is produced. We are very proud to have worked with the Discovery Channel on this project and would like to extend a BIG thank you to the crew of How It’s Made for putting the show together. Without further adieu, please sit back and enjoy the show!
The Korean Rice Bowl is sure to dominate kitchen tables across the country. This dinner for four only costs $13 to make and family members will welcome the Asian-inspired flavours and change from the everyday casserole. Prepare pork and cabbage up to a day in advance and use leftover U.S. rice to cut back on prep time for a fast weeknight meal. Continue Reading
Meaning "rice with chicken" in Spanish, this dish is traditionally made with tomatoes, green peppers and saffron. For less than five dollars a person, this twist on a Latin American classic contains all of the major food groups and will not only please your pocket book, but your family too. Continue Reading
The mild flavours and creamy textures of avocado and banana team up in this simple mash that is sweetened with a little applesauce and fortified with cooked rice. Keep in mind that the mash does discolour as the avocado and bananas oxidize but it won’t affect the flavour or nutritional value. Continue Reading