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Bored? Make ramen from scratch!
Hayashi rice, a Japanese 'western style' dish.
Feeling fat? Try a meatless Monday with this vegetable donburi.
Buta kimchi donburi, a melding of two cultures.
Sukiyaki-don: sweet simmered beef and vegetables over rice. Nice and hearty!
When cooking Japanese cuisine, always follow the sa-shi-su-se-so rule!
Cucumber and wakame salad, or sunomono.
Sweet simmer beef and gobo bowl, topped with a coddled egg - fancy!
Wakame seaweed is delicious in a cup of homey miso soup!
Scones a la mode with meyer lemon jelly.
Guacamole and tropical fruits sundae with ginger ice cream, at the pop-up restaurant LudoBites.
Fool proof bacon fudge recipe.
A modern take on the classic Oyako-Don.
Stale garlic bread = yummy panzanella salad!
Grown up grilled cheese sandwich with salty dubliner cheese and quince jam.
Thai Blondies - sesame, coconut, ginger, and a hint of coffee!
Asian pear & parmesan crisp salad.
White bread toast with kinako (soy bean flour) - a yummy protein boost!
Stir fried carrots: great quickie side dish!
Juicy, garlicy, RELENTLESSLY DELICIOUS beef tataki.
Abelskivers at the Orange International Street Fair. Sweet doughy goodness!
Chocolate foie gras cupcake, anyone? enjoyed at LudoBites in Los Angeles
Fancy burgers at home: spicy patty on top of a French bread, with baby arugala & parmesan crsip.
Because fried tofu is AWESOME.
Make your own fruit infusion - it's easy, it's fun, and it gets you drunk!
My version of somin champloo - an Okinawan stir fry with somen noodles.
Spicy pork chops with jalapeno cheddar grits, from Memphis Santora.
Take some juicy figs and roll it up in scone batter for a fun summer treat.
Sangria inspired tartlettes: it's summer!
Mapo Tofu quesadillas, Korean tacos, and other Asian-Mexican fusion dishes are LA college student staples.
Warm fava bean salad: celebrating the arrival of spring, deliciously.
La Sole, or dover sole with warm leek salad, from L'atelier de Joel Robuchon. What a beauty!
5-minute guacamole recipe, fresh from the farmer's market.
Purple onigiri (rice balls) made with salted kelp and green beans. Weird, but deeeelicious.