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A take on our favorite Misoyaki style preparation, but using chicken.  Also great cooked over an open charcoal fire !

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I freeze tablespoon size portions of this recipe to have on hand for a quick addition to pasta and rice dishes.

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Miso Shoyu Pork is a favorite Food Truck dish I often prepare at home. Great smell will draw you in! Leftovers make a great sandwich!

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This Menma is one of my favorite Ramen garnishes. Bamboo shoots are braised in a delicious and simple flavorful broth.

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A traditional dish for our family to enjoy on New Year’s day, along with our other Japanese dishes. In my mom’s recipe, you can switch out and use your choice of meat, our family favorite is prepared with the dried ebi or shrimp.

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Chocolately, marshmallowey, chow mein candy treats! - This is simply a fun recipe to make, a yummy treat to enjoy and a cute gift to give. Kids will love helping you with this one in the kitchen. It was very popular years ago and have recently seen them pop up again at gatherings.

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My friend’s updated twist on our island favorite Kulolo. She took a mocha dessert recipe and tweaked it with the addition of brown sugar and coffee, which results in a Kulolo like taste and texture...

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A favorite local snack is rice crackers or mochi crunch, we call it arare. It never fails that you wnd up with little broken pieces in the bottom of you bag.  What a great way to use up those pieces other than turning the bag upside down into your mouth !

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Stop wasting your money on store-bought dressings and try this simple miso dressing for your next salad!

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This manapua short cut is a great appetizer to get the kids involved with. A quick and easy recipe to fulfill a craving and not leave home.

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On a cold and rainy day in the islands, yes, we do have those on occasion. You will often see long lines of customers outside restaurant doors, waiting for their bowls of hot soup and noodles.  While the Korean mun doo is usually served as an appetizer, it is perfect when served in your favorite hot broth.

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Mochiko chicken is a staple in the islands, usually found at every picnic table, at every plate lunch stop and at every lunchwagon. The addition of the toasty sesame seeds adds a wonderful flavor !

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