I tried to make this recipe based on A Christmas Memory by Truman Capote. Classic!
Oatmeal is a healthy choice… if not sugared.
I don’t like artificial apple cinnamon flavored instant oatmeal but oatmeal itself is nice and healthy. So I often make a savory bowl of it for breakfast with using Miso paste.
Love someone who loves chocolate?
Then bake this super easy, no fail chocolate cake for the Valentine dinner dessert. Moist, dark, soft, buttery and delicious.
Always sardine recipes emphasize the health benefits of the fish. Thanks, but I don’t need a reason to eat these full flavored fatty fish.
This recipe is even good for the people who don’t like fish being fishy.
A perfect nibble with wine, surprisingly easy to make.
I have been waiting for these cute red fruits hit the shelves.
Yes! Rhubarb and strawberry! Time for Streuselkuchen.
Cucumber and wakame salad is one of the most beloved starters in Japan. The recipe usually calls for simple vinegar dressing but I like to use mayo instead.
Refreshing and crisp, this is a great summer appetizer.
I usually don’t care much about broccoli but I had really nice salad at a cafe and tried to reproduce it… I am happy with this recipe.
Memorial day is coming up, the barbecue season begins! This salad is perfect barbecue side dish.
This is probably not what people usually think of when they hear sushi but Inarizushi (いなり寿司) is technically one kind of sushi. These pouches of sweet, juicy fried tofu stuffed with seasoned sushi rice are always appreciated as comfort food in Japan.
Many think Chinese foods make us fat. Not true, well, at least not all the Chinese foods make us fat.
Assume stir fry is a kind of salad tossed in a hot bowl.