Japanese cooking

Cooking

From May 27, 2006: I found a recipe book from the library for making “real” Japanese food: miso soup, teriyaki fish, a tasty scrambled eggs and beef dish, and more. The recipes were delicious and gave me an excuse to use our cute chopstick holders and Japanese bowls and plates, but I found that the tiny, cute amount of food that I made was disproportional to the number of pots and cooking utensils used to make the food!

 

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