Tag Archives: japanese

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sesame noodles with grilled miso-glazed salmon

It is indeed an honor to be asked to collaborate with 9 other fantastic cooks on my first cook book. In case you are not aware – Woot! – my very…

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japanese potato salad

The first time I had Japanese Potato Salad was at some Tonkatsu restaurant. I was pretty amazed by how tasty it was. I didn’t really think about making the potato…

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easy grilled chicken with teriyaki glaze

I don’t buy teriyaki sauce from the shops. Not only is home made teriyaki sauce much tastier – and you can change the flavors by adding other ingredients – it…

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nagoya-style tebasaki (手羽先) | nagoya-style fried chicken

I am just so glad that there are so many chicken wing recipes in the world.  It sure makes cooking a lot more fun, especially since we are big fans…

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tori tsukune nabe

Aden has got this thing for meatballs recently.  Since he is a rather picky eater, I am more than happy (okay, I am over the moon) when he wants to…

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goya chanpuru (ゴーヤチャンプル) | bitter gourd, egg and spam stir-fry

I love bitter gourd. Growing up, my sister and I were forced to eat bitter gourd. My mom would stir-fry them, cook them in soups… and since we could only…

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negima yakitori (焼き鳥) | chicken and scallion skewers with yakitori sauce

I really like Japanese food. The LAM and I used to go to our favorite Japanese restaurant at least one a month. When I was pregnant with Jadelyn, we were…

Japanese Cheesecake

japanese cheesecake チーズケーキ

Jadelyn has a cold and she woke me up this morning at about 5. After finally getting her to go back to sleep, I knew that I was not going…

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garlic miso chicken にんにく味噌チキン

I always try to go to the supermarket with a list. It is all about discipline, especially for someone like myself. I love to cook and when I see ingredients…

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chicken karaage (鶏の唐揚げ)

I have always kept a bag of Chicken Karaage in my freezer for emergencies – you know, times when I really, really have no time to cook, yet need to…