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Keiko’s Cooking Corner – Curry Rice

Posted by DAVID KELLY

Keiko’s Cooking Corner – Curry Rice

Keiko’s Cooking Corner – Curry Rice My wife Keiko is a great chef who prepares a bunch of delicious dishes for our family. For the past few months we have been featuring a number of her recipes in our “Keiko’s Cooking Corner” series. This month, we will feature Keiko’s curry recipe, which is relatively simple to make and goes great over steamed rice or other staples such as quinoa. I love curry rice, and Keiko makes an amazing version of this dish. She usually doesn’t include tomatoes, but the last time she cooked it she added them to the curry...

Keiko’s Cooking Corner - Nabe

Posted by DAVID KELLY

Keiko’s Cooking Corner - Nabe

Keiko’s Corner - Nabe   As I’ve shared in the past, my wife Keiko cooks a bunch of delicious dishes, many of them traditional Japanese dishes that I really enjoy. One of our favorites is Nabe, which basically means “things in a pot.” Ao when you make Nabe you pretty much are just stewing up whatever sounds delicious. We eat Nabe a lot—even during the summer, which isn’t really traditional. In Japan, they mostly eat Nabe in the winter, because it’s a hot dish, and the summers in Japan are super hot and humid. Imagine a Kona winds day on...

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