Monthly Archives: September 2011

Maki rolls, beef with radish and teriyaki chicken vegetable

Teriyaki beef and chicken rolled up in sushi rice and seaweed…what could be bad? These are extremely cheap, an incredible value, and relatively healthy depending how many veggies you can get in there. Two rolls is a meal easily, even … Continue reading

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Shrimp California rolls

I previously went into some detail about the sushi grade krab sticks (surimi) I ran across on sale at the local Korean market. Many sushi establishments and markets will try to use inferior surimi in their California rolls, doctoring it … Continue reading

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Tomatoes and basil a few ways

The local market (if it wasn’t clear, I LOVE my local market!) sells tomatoes cheap, and sometimes they are good. $.79- $1.49 for a pound of Campari or grape tomatoes, and they are really delicious, not even distantly related to … Continue reading

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Another batch of potstickers

I made another batch of potstickers. Not as great as the first Shanghai dumplings but I did get some practice on the techniques. This time I used 2 eggs in 2 cups of flour instead of one, just experimenting. It … Continue reading

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