Black Capellini with Lemon and Caviar
charcoal (black) oranges :
while not a food these charcoals made from whole oranges are used as air fresheners in centerpieces. these pictured come from sai-sai kiteya, a local farmers’ market in the ehime prefecture sell for ¥50.
arròs negre :
Though it translates as such this dish should not be confused with black rice, the collective name for several cultivars of heirloom rice that have a naturally dark color. The traditional recipe for this dish calls for squid ink, cuttlefish or squid, white rice, garlic, green cubanelle peppers, sweet paprika, olive oil and seafood broth. It is traditionally not called a paella even though it is prepared in the same manner.
Fideuà negra (black noodles in Valencian) is a variation made with noodles instead of rice and is usually served with aioli.
black silkie/bantam chicken :
The black meat of a Silkie is generally considered an unusual or unpalatable attribute in European and American cuisines. Silkie chickens were first documented in the 7th century, traditional Chinese medicine has held that chicken soup made with Silkie meat is a curative food. The usual methods of cooking include using Silkie to make broth, braising, and in curries. Traditional Chinese soup made with Silkie also uses ingredients such as wolfberries, Dioscorea opposita (white yam), orange peel, and fresh ginger.
A popular traditional Japanese confection. There are many varieties of manjū, but most have an outside made from flour, rice powder and buckwheat and a filling of an (red bean paste), made from boiled azuki beans and sugar. They are boiled together again and kneaded. There are several varieties of bean paste used including koshian, tsubuan, and tsubushian.
black licorice ice cream :