An All-Natural Version — No Additives A Japanese Classic with Soba
Every Japanese cook used to be able to make this dipping sauce for Soba Noodles. Nowadays, the cook in a Japanese household may be a working wife and mother or a single man even, and nobody seems to have time to make the simplest foods. Japanese food companies have stepped in and produced delicious versions of the dipping sauce, which do taste delicious and need no preparation at Continue reading →
Watercress is a fast-growing perennial vegetable native to Europe and Asia.
It is one of the oldest known left vegetables to be eaten. In Europe and North America , Watercress is a minor vegetable, appearing in salads and sometimes soups and sandwiches. In many of the cuisines of the Pacific Rim, it is Continue reading →
Old Wives’ Tale or Ancient Wisdom? A Cure or Just Prevention?
For centuries, Chicken Soup has enjoyed a reputation for efficacy in helping prevent or curing upper respiratory infections – in many countries and over a long time span. Is this reputation justified or is it just an Continue reading →
These Go With Drinks Another Way to Use Five Spice
These tiny Back Ribs dusted with Five Spice powder are perfect as an accompaniment to drinks. Just another way to use this versatile flavoring, still so little-known outside the Rim. Continue reading →