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Homemade Sweet Takuan Recipe
Make your own sweet pickled Japanese daikon radish instead of buying the pricey packaged version.

Happy Hubby Sweet Bacon Musubi Recipe
My Caucasian husband does not like plain musubi or onigiri (white rice ball) which presented a problem in our marriage until I made him this version that satisfies his love of bacon.

How to Make a Rice Ball Onigiri Musubi
Some things seem so simple that they need no explanation. But this isnít the case with the humble rice ball.

Lillianís Nasu Karashizuke
Hot mustard, sweet mirin and Japanese eggplant make an intensely flavored tsukemono. This is my mother's version. Happy Mother's Day!

O-chazuke Simple Rice and Tea
Pouring hot tea over rice once was a way to collect the last rice that stuck to the bowl, but many people enjoy ochazuke (rice and tea) as a humble yet satisfying meal when it is accompanied by simple okazu (side dishes).

Cucumber Kim Chi Recipe
The Japanese version of kim chi lacks the blistering heat of the Korean hot and spicy cabbage dish. This one is made with Japanese kyuuri or thin cucumbers like pickling or Persian.

Yaki Udon Recipe
Pan-fried thick udon noodles are similar to chow mein but with Japanese noodles and seasoning. rice.

Japanese Garnishes A Book Review
Over thirty years old, this book is a clear, simplified introduction to the ancient art of mukimono or food garnishing that will teach you quick and easy ways to beautify your dishes.

Edible Flower Recipes
An easy way to beautify your dish comes straight from nature: scatter on fresh flower petals or whole flowers! They add beauty, fragrance and flavor to simple dishes.

Beautiful Food Beautiful Life
The Japanese revere beauty in everything, including food. Beautifying meals allows our eyes to savor and appreciate the ingredients that nourish our spirits as well as our bodies.

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