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Reikoさん: The Culinary Tribune
ハンドル名Reiko さん
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  • Black Curry黒カレー
  • Hi!Sorry about the absence.I just got back from my vacation in Japan.It was great to see my family and friends, and there are a lo
    t of things about this trip I would like to share with you, but I figure many of my blog readers are probably the most interested
    in food.So I am hoping to make and post some dishes for that I got inspiration from my stay in Japan.I made this black curry for d
    inner toni [続きを読む]
  • Edamame Veggie Sushi Roll枝豆べジ巻き
  • What do you make when you want to clean up your fridge?Soup is usually my go-to dish in a case like that, but making sushi rolls c
    an be a good way to use up all the things you have in the fridge, too.How beautiful is it?In this sushi roll you’ll find daikon
    radish, carrot, spinach, olive salad, and mashed edamame.It’s just an example, and you can be creative with ingredients.I cannot
    really thin [続きを読む]
  • Big River Pizzaお昼にピザデート
  • Pizza is definitely one of Terry’s favorite foods.On the other hand, I don’t need to eat pizza more than once a month.But when he invites me for a pizza lunch at this local pizza place, I happily go with him.I would have to say this is one of a few pizza places where I REALLY enjoy pizza.I like their simple yet open and comfortable space. Very inviting.I took pictures of their regular menu and t [続きを読む]
  • Konjac Yakisoba Fried Noodlesこんにゃく焼きそば
  • I try not to eat too much carbs at night, so my lunch can be a bit carbs-heavy at times!I love Japanese style fried noodles, Yakis
    oba.This is a noodle dish, but I like to add a lot of vegetables to my Yakisoba.Sprouts are one of my favorites to add to my Yakis
    oba.This time I used Konjac instead of meat.The texture is very unique, so this is something you either love it or hate it.Apparen
    tly, I’m [続きを読む]
  • Rice Flour Pullman Bread米粉入り食パン
  • I’ve noticed that rice flour has been popular in Japan the past few years.A lot of recipes with rice flour are everywhere.I’m not sure if it is because more people are interested in the gluten-free diet like in the U.S., but I’m not sure.Based on my casual observation, however, people simply seem to like the unique texture the flour creates.I found this recipe on the largest online recipe site [続きを読む]
  • Quad-Color Bento四色弁当
  • Yes, it’s okay to make your bento pretty.To make a bento like this you place rice at the bottom and add different colored food o
    n top.This is a popular way to make a bento in Japan.It’s typically called a tri-color bento because you usually have three diff
    erent colors, but then I realized that mine had four colors!For this bento I had shiso tofu, yuzu radish, sugar snap peas, and ses
    ame carrots. [続きを読む]
  • Kramarczuk’s東欧デリカテッセン
  • I had seen this place several times but I had never eaten here before.We were in a mood for a good deli sandwich, and when we look
    ed for a good deli place on Yelp, this place showed up.I was in a mood for something different, and we thought this would be a per
    fect place to try.I always thought it was a Polish food place, but they actually call themselves “East European Deli”, and the
    y have not o [続きを読む]
  • Tofu Burgers豆腐バーガー
  • I love tofu burgers.These are a smaller version, and they look adorable.Perfect for lunch or snack.First, I bake buns.This is me i
    mpatiently waiting for buns to be ready.So happy with the result.And I make tofu burgers.These are so easy to make, yet, delicious
    !!I like tofu burgers better compared to bean-based ones, because tofu burgers (at least this one) tend to have the texture that I
    prefer; b [続きを読む]
  • Strawberry Soup苺スープ
  • I like fruit and I like the idea of smoothie, but I tend to like my beverage warm, not cold.Especially in the morning I like to ea
    t/drink something that warms up my body.So here is my solution.Strawberry soup!And it’s served hot.The soup is even served with
    toppings!Cinnamon cardamom croutons for a little crunchiness.And cashew “cheese” for a little saltiness. I roughly pureed the
    strawberries [続きを読む]
  • Kabocha Tofu Chili南瓜と豆腐のチリスープ
  • Chili is one of my favorite dishes to make.Especially since we stopped eating a lot of meat, I’ve become more creative and start
    ed experimenting with various ingredients.What I’ve found is that you can’t really go wrong with chili, whatever ingredients y
    ou use!This is no-meat Kabocha Tofu Chili.In this chili along with Kabocha squash and mashed extra firm tofu, you’ll find black
    beans and onio [続きを読む]
  • Hola Arepa人気レストランでブランチ
  • We’ve tried to eat here a few times but every time we were there there was a long line.Today we decided to try again for a late
    lunch.Finally we were able to get a table without any wait!It’s a casual restaurant.They started as a food truck, and now they h
    ave this place in South Minneapolis.Terry had Slow Roasted Pork Arepa with yuca fries.(He actually ordered Chorizo Sausage and Egg
    Arepa, but [続きを読む]
  • Easter Brunchイースターブランチ
  • Happy Easter everyone!We were looking for a restaurant that we could walk to for brunch, and we found that Rival House was serving
    a brunch buffet.They opened at 11 a.m., and we were there at 11:00.All the food looked fresh.Everything was perfectly cooked and
    very tasty.A great selection of dishes, too.The only thing that was not for me was their banana butter that was prepared for their
    french to [続きを読む]
  • Raspberry and Blueberry Boucheesベリーブッセ
  • Happy Easter everyone!My today’s post is a bouchee, a bite-sized cake dessert with a sweet cream filling.I used freeze dried raspberries and blueberries both for the mini cakes and the filling to add the berry flavors.So the colors and the flavors are all natural. Nothing artificial.They are not only delicious but also very pretty.The mini size is also perfect for a dessert table for Easter, or o [続きを読む]
  • Stinky but Tasty Tofu Bowl納豆キムチ豆腐
  • One of the mysterious things in the culinary world is that some stinky food tastes so good.A good example would be blue cheese.Don’t you agree?Well, in Japan there are a lot of stinky food that are so tasty like the ones you see in this bowl, Natto beans and kimchi.Kimchi, a spicy pickled Napa cabbage, is technically a Korean food, but it has been loved by many in Japan the past several decades a [続きを読む]
  • Strawberry Latte苺ラテ
  • I’ve never been a big fan of flavored latte until recently.I like coffee and I do enjoy going to coffee shops, but I almost alwa
    ys order drip coffee (or chai if it doesn’t come from a box).But a few months ago a new coffee shop opened near our house, and t
    he first time we went there we immediately knew this would be one of our favorite coffee shops.One of the reasons I don’t order
    flavored latt [続きを読む]
  • Homemade Pasta with Portobello Steakホームメードパスタ
  • Lately I’ve been watching my weight a little more carefully, and I don’t eat a large amount of carbs as I used to do.But I love pasta, and if I eat pasta I want something really good.And what’s better than homemade pasta?!This pasta was served with portobello mushroom steak, sauteed spinach, and two kinds of sauce, red and alfredo.The homemade pasta is so good in so many ways, like taste, textu [続きを読む]