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The name is a little long, but it does pretty perfectly describe this straightforward, hearty, spring-timey soup. Our bok choi is growing at a ferocious clip out in the side garden, so we’re thinking up lots of ways to enjoy … Continue reading
If you know the FoodShed at all, you know we love seafood and vegetable dinner in a bowl. Perhaps it’s the sea-breezy air of the Pacific Northwest – perhaps it’s all the fresh vegetables at our fingertips. Whatever it is, … Continue reading
Spring is nudging its little snout around the corner in Seattle, and whuffling at our door. We’re welcoming in the new season with fresh greens and warm broth – and this bowl of udon noodles has both.
Good gracious! This makes a spicy, tangy, enchanting broth with a rich umami flavor from the shiitake mushrooms and fish sauce. It’s reminiscent of something you’d find at a Vietnamese restaurant. The spice level is perfect – it makes you … Continue reading
This slightly sweet, rich dressing over spinach is one of my favorite recipes from my grandma’s kitchen. It’s so simple, yet so elegant, and the clean flavors of spinach come bursting through the nutty flavors of the tofu. This is … Continue reading
Once you have the ingredients on hand, this soup is ridiculously quick and easy to make. The clean, clear hon dashi broth makes a perfect base for the rich threads of egg and the sweet, slightly crunchy snow peas. For … Continue reading
From an early age, I’ve loved Japanese cooking. My Grandma Toshiko’s kitchen is one of the most magical places you can visit – full of delicious smells, wonderful tastes, and looking out onto a beautiful Japanese garden that’s alive with … Continue reading
One of the people I admire most in the world is my Grandma Toshiko. So vividly, I remember the two of us going out to the strawberry fields around Keizer, Oregon when I was very small. She’d squat and pick … Continue reading
Need a clean, easy, delicious weeknight dinner? This rice bowl is super simple and super delicious. And the snow peas are so cheerful in their rice bowl.