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Creamy Miso + Umeboshi Dip

  Today I am going to write the first instalment from three  dips and sauce recipes that have been ‘cooking’ in my head this past few weeks. The weather has been horrendously hot here out in the East Coast (and the rest of USA), and this really takes out any desire of cooking or eating […]

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Spicy dal + carrot soup

It’s that time of the year again, when every morning you wake up with a slight shiver since the morning air is a little on the cold side. Or when you go to bed, you want to lay under layers of blankets, wrap yourself up in a snuggie. And when it comes dinner time, the […]

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A Le Creuset Appreciation Evening

Did I mention that something fantastic happened last week? Well it did! On May 31, @LeCreusetUK in their official Twitter account tweeted about MyOrangePot.com and I am over the moon (and a little bit starstruck). Here’s what they say: @LeCreusetUK: “My first… OrangePot http://wp.me/p1W3hk-R via @wordpressdotcom – We love this Le Creuset story from blogger […]

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Nagaimo+Tofu+ Cheese Bake

Wow. It’s been a while and I’ve not posted anything here for a while. It’s just been a little bit crazy. What with cycling around the Miura peninsula, bobbing on the waters on a kayak and a row boat that will travel solo to Canada come April or snowshoeing and braving indoors camping in snowy […]

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Fusionasta: Prawns-Umeboshi-Shiso Pasta

Hello 2012 and I am back! You are probably wondering where the hell I have been and what precisely I was thinking, since I started a blog and immediately went M.I.A. The answer to that is… a very eventful 2.5 weeks girly road trip with my sister and our beloved friend to (predominantly) USA West […]

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Salmon Ceviche

There is a lot of things I love about Costco. One of them is their beautiful fresh fish lineup. Scored a very beautiful fish of trout salmon. There had been a lot of plans made around this particular salmon, but looking at its freshness, I think the winning recipe should be my adaptation of Gordon […]

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