Slow Cooker Chicken and Pork Terrine Sliced into three thin slices to—Ed with finely chopped scallions in a small wooden cutting board.

Slow Cooker Chicken and Pork Terrine

Slow Cooker Chicken and Pork Terrine is easy to make, but like other terrines it needs time to rest and reabsorb the juices before serving…
Dim sum style Steamed Meatballs I’m a steamer on a bed of lettuce

Dim Sum Style Steamed Meatballs

Discover the delightful flavors of Dim Sum Style Steamed Meatballs, featuring the distinctive earthy taste of fresh chrysanthemum greens. While chrysanthemum greens are commonly found…
Homestyle Deviled ham on a tray with toast points

Homestyle Deviled Ham

Homestyle Deviled Ham tastes much better than what you buy in the can, and it is free of nitrates and other adders so it is…
Bacon and Kinoko Pasta on a plate with a spoon and a fork to the left of the plate.

Bacon and Kinoko Pasta

Bacon and Kinoko Pasta is a favorite in Japan and is on the menu at most Italian restaurants across the country.  I guess it’s no…

Hearty Bacon and Kabocha Salad

Hearty Bacon and Kabocha Salad is made with sweet and chunky Kabocha, smokey bacon, and hand softened onion.  This delicious salad can be served anytime…
Ham Tetrazzini on a plate with a watercress salad also on the plate.

Ham Tetrazzini

Ham Tetrazzini is a casserole made with pasta and ham in a creamy sauce.  “Tetrazzini” is a type of casserole that originated in the United…

Chicken and Bacon Terrine

Turn your dining room into a French Restaurant when you bring out this elegant gourmet Chicken and Bacon Terrine appetizer as the star of your…
A tonkatsu fried pork cutlet on a black plate topped with brown sauce and some yellow mustard. Behind it is a small black bowl of shredded cabbage

Tonkatsu – Japanese Pork Cutlets

Tonkatsu (fried pork cutlets) is a very popular dish in Japan.  You can find tonkatsu restaurants in almost every town where tonkatsu is the main…


  In Japan, miso soup is widely popular and is almost universally served with a Japanese meal as an accompaniment to rice.  But of course,…