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If you love Japanese cuisine and want to learn more about how to prepare it yourself, sign up for "Oishii" Your Japanese Food Newsletter and Recipes! "Oishii" means delicious in Japanese. With every newsletter, you'll learn a new culinary Japanese word plus receive free recipes, cooking tips, food history, cultural info and interesting Japanese food news and trivia.

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As the new Japanese Food site editor, I'll be working hard to build up the site so please be patient with me as I add more content each week. Check out my first posted recipes on the site. Therefs Sweet Kabocha, an easy and delicious rendition of Japanese winter squash. If you're not familiar with kabocha, I highly suggest you give it a try! It is not only naturally sweet and substantial enough for a vegetarian meal, it is packed with beta carotene, iron, potassium and vitamin C.

And a decidedly Japanese way to use up leftover mashed potatoes and meat: Turkey Korokke (Croquette) is a delicious with its golden brown crunchy crust filled with fluffy potato and bits of savory meat. Let me know what you think of these recipes!

I hope you'll sign up and visit with us each week.

Chidori



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