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14:19 Aug 5, 2009
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What would be a good name for this in English?
Yo Mizuno
Japan
Local time: 03:15


Summary of answers provided
4 +1Baby melon "kasu-zuke" (baby melons pickled in sake lees) OR Baby melons pickled in sake lees
Deborah Edwards
3Kasuzuke of baby melons
yonedatransterp


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摘果メロンの粕漬け
Kasuzuke of baby melons


Explanation:
粕漬けはkasuzukeとしてそれなりに定着しています。普通の日本料理店ですとその後に粕漬けの説明が入りますが。『kasuzuke uses the lees (solids left over from sake brewing) as a marinade to bring the rich flavors and deep fragrances of Sake to the fish』 といった感じですね。

摘果メロンは未成熟なメロンなのでBabyMelon辺りが妥当じゃないかと。
それをあわせて上記のKasuzuke of baby melonsを提案します。


    Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kasuzuke
yonedatransterp
Local time: 10:15
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Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in JapaneseJapanese
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9 hrs   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5 peer agreement (net): +1
Baby melon "kasu-zuke" (baby melons pickled in sake lees) OR Baby melons pickled in sake lees


Explanation:
I would say "baby melons pickled in sake lees" or "baby melon "kasu-zuke" (baby melons pickled in sake lees") because the meaning of "kasu-zuke" is not immediately obviously to a native English speaker and therefore, in my opinion, more information is required.

Example sentence(s):
  • Vegetables pickled in miso or soy sauce can be found not only in Japan, but in China and other Asian countries. Those vegetables pickled in rice bran (nuka-zuke), sake lees (kasu-zuke) and koji yeast (koji-zuke), however, are unique to Japan.

    Reference: http://www.kikkoman.com/foodforum/thejapanesetablebackissues...
Deborah Edwards
Australia
Local time: 05:15
Native speaker of: English

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Yumico Tanaka: YES. I once translated menu of Italian restaurant and the particular potato's name... (I forget already) seemed well known on the Internet but I translated with a minimum explanation too.
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