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Reikoさん: The Culinary Tribune
ハンドル名Reiko さん
ブログタイトルThe Culinary Tribune
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  • Ginger White Soup真っ白生姜スープ
  • I can certainly feel that spring is just around the corner, but we still have cold days when I crave for soup.When I make soup, I
    usually make a big batch because it often seems to taste better the next day.For some reason I wanted to make all white soup.I thi
    nk it turned out very pretty.I usually chop napa cabbage into bite sized pieces, but when we had a hot pot at a local Chinese rest
    aurant the [続きを読む]
  • Cloudy Sunday曇り日曜日
  • I’ve been interested in this bar/restaurant for a while, as I’ve seen so many great reviews.We finally decided to try and went
    for brunch.We got there at 11 a.m., and we were told that there would be a 2-hour wait for a table, so we decided to take seats a
    t the bar (we don’t like to wait and I probably wouldn’t wait even for 15 minutes!).A medal is always a good sign.We didn’t
    drink, but a lo [続きを読む]
  • Tofu Patty Bento紫蘇豆腐ハンバーグ弁当
  • I continue to make bento for lunch on the weekend.The star of this bento was shiso (Japanese basil) tofu patties.It’s not that hard to make these, but they taste so good!You can certainly use these to make tofu burgers too, if you want.But this time they were served in this bento along with other great dishes, yuzu sesame carrots, balsamic roasted portabella mushrooms, and curried cabbage.Shiso T [続きを読む]
  • Cold Press夫が作ったよ。
  • 99.9% of the things you see on this blog are made by me.But this is one of a few things that are made by my husband in our househo
    ld.And I love it!Homemade Cold Press Coffee!I don’t know exactly how he makes it, but I know the process involves a few steps.Te
    rry has become some kind of cold press master because the coffee he makes this way is absolutely delicious!Since I do most of the
    cooking in [続きを読む]
  • Green Cream Soupきれいな緑色クリームスープ
  • I don’t know how people do it.But I’m always amazed by those food bloggers who have a perfect post to celebrate various holidays.I wanted to post something green for St. Patrick’s Day, but as you can see, the day came and went without any green food on my blog…Well, I have a full time job and I have a busy life, but I know as much as you know, it’s an excuse.And it seems like a lot of fun to [続きを読む]
  • JF Tacosひとひねりタコス
  • I talked about how cool jackfruit is in this post when I made Jackfruit BBQ sandwich, but this may be my favorite.Jackfruit tacos
    rock!As you can see, it doesn’t look like anything that could be made into taco meat, but when you cook it, something magical ha
    ppens!JF Tacoscanola oil2 cloves garlic, chopped1 can jackfruit, drained and dried wellsalt and pepper1~2 tablespoons sugar1~2 tab
    lespoons so [続きを読む]
  • Spiced Wafflesスパイスワッフル
  • We don’t have “sweet” breakfast too often, but when I get a request from my hubby like “light fluffy waffles”, I want to make the best light fluffy waffles for him.The request was actually even more specific this time, “cardamom cinnamon light fluffy waffles”.Where did the “cardamom cinnamon” come from, you ask?Well, we were at a local coffee shop the other day and we saw a “Swedish” co [続きを読む]
  • Maple Kaleメープルケール
  • The kale trend has come and gone, and you don’t hear much about this beautiful leafy vegetable anymore.But this continues to be
    one of my favorite leaf vegetables.Today I want to show you one of my recent favorite ways to eat kale.Well, I have an apron on, b
    ut you really don’t need one (lol), because it’s so easy!You only need five ingredients including kale: kale, sesame oil, mapl
    e syrup, blac [続きを読む]
  • Asian Sweet Potato Bentoさつまいもの炊いたん弁当
  • Another vegan bento box.One of the best things about bento box is that you get to eat various different dishes in one meal.You’re not just eating a burger or a sandwich, but you are eating four to five different dishes.It’s like a course meal but in one box!Yes, in order to make it, it does take some planning, but I enjoy the process.There are several things to consider when you plan to make a b [続きを読む]
  • Pulled JF BBQ Sandwichポーク風サンドイッチ
  • BBQ Sandwich with creamy coleslaw.Anyone?Looks good, right?If someone asks what is “JF”, well, it’s the fun part of this dis
    h.There is no meat in this sandwich.The pork-like yummy looking thing is jackfruit!When I first tried jackfruit at this vegan cafe
    , I was blown away.The look and the texture is so much like pulled pork.And I like the fact that this is not “processed” vegan
    meat. It’s wh [続きを読む]
  • Bean Soup豆スープ
  • Is there any dish that receives a lot of compliments and positive feedback maybe more than you feel it deserves.Well, this bean so
    up is one of those dishes on my list.For some reason Terry loves this white bean soup, and it’s one of a few things he makes a s
    pecific request for.I agree that this soup is pretty tasty, but I also feel a bit guilty because it’s so easy to make!But hey, I
    ’m happy he [続きを読む]
  • Renkon Lotus Tacosれんこんタコス
  • What tacos would you like?Beef?Pork?Or chorizo?Well, when they are not an option for you, don’t be discouraged.There are so many non-meat options out there!You just need to be a bit creative!You have to admit.They look tasty, right?This Renkon lotus tacos rock!Renkon does not have a very strong flavor, but it soaks up whatever the flavor you want to add.One of the reasons I like Renkon is its tex [続きを読む]
  • Double Kabocha Pizzaダブルかぼちゃピザ
  • There are different kinds of squash, and everyone is unique in terms of taste and texture.It’s hard to pick a favorite, but I would have to say Kabocha is one of my favorites.Yes, it’s a Japanese squash, but that’s not the only reason!Probably the three main things I like about this squash are its dark yellow color, sweetness, and texture (less moist compared to other squash).The fact that you [続きを読む]
  • Satoimo Croquettes里芋あおさコロッケ
  • Satoimo is a Japanese taro root vegetable.This has an interesting slimy! texture.You’ve probably known by now that Japanese peop
    le like slimy food (lol).I haven’t had Satoimo for years but last time I visited the local Asian grocery store I found a frozen
    bag of Satoimo already peeled and cut into bite sized pieces.I cooked the Satoimo, roughly smashed, mixed it with dried seaweed,
    “Aosa”, and [続きを読む]
  • Konjac Steak Bentoこんにゃくステーキ弁
  • Weekend bento making fun continues!I think I’m slowly getting better at filling this new BENTO box.Little differences such as th
    e length or the depth of the box makes each bento-box filling challenging.In this vegan bento box you’ll find…-Konjac steak-Se
    same Shun-giku-Mustard Kabocha-Spiced Yuzu Carrots (note for myself: tahini, white vinegar, water, sugar, spiced yuzu paste, salt)
    Konjac is a v [続きを読む]
  • Dinner with Neighborsご近所さんとうちで夕食
  • Last night we invited some neighbors for dinner.It was a casual get-together, and we decided to do pasta with different options (d
    ifferent kinds of pasta, a few sauce options, and a few meat choices, and veggies) so that hopefully everyone would find something
    they like.I made home-made pasta a few days ahead and kept it in the freezer.You can just take it out of the freezer right when y
    ou are rea [続きを読む]
  • Baked Mushroom Wrapsホットラップサンド
  • When we had a potluck lunch at work a few weeks ago, someone brought hot wraps and they were so good.There was no meat in the fill
    ing but a lot of cabbage and I really liked the idea.So here is my version of hot vegetable wraps.The filling is made with cabbage
    , mushrooms, and fried onion folded in my secret (I guess not so secret because I share my recipe below!) cream sauce.I was going
    to complet [続きを読む]
  • Bunapi Mushroom Tempura BENTOブナピー天ぷら弁当
  • I love mushroom, and I can eat mushroom every single meal.And lucky me, today there are so many types of mushrooms available at re
    gular grocery stores.Bunapi is probably one of my favorites.It’s typically a bit expensive but I can get it for a pretty good pr
    ice at the local Asian grocery store.Bunapi is delicious however it’s cooked, and it’s so good when it’s made into tempura.I
    n this BENTO b [続きを読む]
  • Curry Udonカレールーを使わないカレーうどん
  • Curry Udon is one of the popular comfort foods in Japan.It’s super easy to make because many people use pre-made/store-bought cu
    rry roux.I used to be one of them, but when I checked their long list of ingredients, I was not very excited.And when I saw an una
    ttractive blob that jiggled like gelatin sitting at the bottom of a pot the next morning, I told myself “that’s it!”So I mad
    e this Japanes [続きを読む]