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Vegetarian Potstickers (Gyoza) – Recipe

The first rule of potstickers is that you can never make enough potstickers. At least in my family, we fight over the last few like seagulls over a spilled bag of kettle corn.

If you haven't had them, potstickers are Chinese or Japanese pan-fried dumplings with a savory filling, dipped in a soy, vinegar and sesame …

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Spicy Mango Salad with Shichimi Togarashi (Japanese Spice Mixture) – Recipe

The seasoning for this mango salad was inspired by (or the very similar ), a spicy Japanese condiment of ground chili peppers with orange peel, sesame seed and other spices. I’ve always bought premade togarashi, but then it occurred to me that I could make my own for more control and fresher flavor.

I’ve …

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Thai Tofu Salad (Yam Taohu) – Recipe

 

Thai salads () are tremendously refreshing, full of the bright flavors of herbs, citrus and chili peppers, balanced with salt and sweetness from either fruit or palm sugar. They are great with a beer, or as part of a complete meal with rice and a curry or noodle dish.

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Eggplant in Kaffir-Lime Scented Coconut Milk Curry – Recipe

Today's dish is a coconut milk-based curry, with some, but not all of the same ingredients you would find in a typical Thai green curry. I planned to serve it with two other quite spicy dishes (stay tuned, or join our new Facebook fan page for a hint), so I wanted this dish to be …

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Capsule Restaurant Reviews – Mainly In Seattle

For those of you in the Seattle area (or visitors to our fair city), I've started a page of capsule restaurant reviews. There is always a link over in the Categories side of the lefthand sidebar. I'll still put full reviews with photos in the main section of the blog, but if I just dash …

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Nuevo León Style Tamales, Adapted to be Vegetarian – Recipe

Tamales have got to be one of my favorite things to make and eat. Sure, they are a bit of a production. Traditionally, you would have a group of friends and family for a tamale party (tamalada), working together to make a happy assembly line (with plenty of cervezas). So far, I’ve mostly made them …

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Roasted Cauliflower and White Bean Salad with Orange Olive Oil Dressing – Recipe

Roasted cauliflower is a staple side-dish in my house. We all love that caramelized flavor. And because cauliflower keeps quite well in the refrigerator, it works well with our lifestyle. We don’t always know how many times in a given week we’re going to get to prepare a full meal.

Simply roasting the cauliflower with olive …

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