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Simple Home Style Tempura

Monday, March 29th, 2010

Tempura may be sinful. Being Japanese, I eat it at least once a month to satisfy my hunger of crispy tasty deep fries. Good Tempura is crispy outside and vegetables inside are tender. The key to make crispy Tempura is to make cold batter and heat oil hot enough but not too hot.Be careful treating […]

Irish Soda Bread

Tuesday, March 17th, 2009

I made loaves of Irish soda bread from BBC website. I loved the results and friends who tried approved its taste. The bread was delicious with butter. However, Karen who is from Ireland told me it is wheaten bread not soda bread. According to her, north and south of Ireland people make soda bread differently.I […]

Japanese Curried Rice at ACRS

Wednesday, January 7th, 2009

At ACRS again, Chef Alice was nice to assign me to cook Japanese curry with rice on Tuesday’s lunch. I brought two boxes of curry sauce mix from home. I was planning to make usual my Japanese curry which includes meat, onion, carrot, and potatoes. However, Chef Alice had a better idea. Ground beef and […]

Do you make your bread or buy it from the store?

Tuesday, October 21st, 2008

Pumpkin, pumpkin, everywhere

Monday, October 20th, 2008

Photo below was taken in Kent,WA I wonder that how many pumpkin Americans consume and how many were curbed to lantern.I didn’t eat pumpkin bread or pumpkin pie before coming to Seattle. In Japan, I cooked pumpkin with say sauce, sugar, and sake in Japanese soup stock to make Nimono as we do for other […]

Japanese curry using Sauce Mix

Friday, October 17th, 2008

I was little bit hesitant writing and posting food blog for a while I have been posting more Japanese blogs which is not food but my experience around Seattle. Please bear my English writing skills. Now I decided to write some of my modified version of recipes from my favarite cook books, website and sometimes […]

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