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Almond White Chocolate Matcha Cookies

Almond White Chocolate Matcha Cookies

We are back again with another matcha recipe since I have restocked my pantry from my latest trip to Japan. Since Christmas is coming, I decided to make these cookies to fit the occasion. These decadent Almond White Chocolate Matcha Cookies are simply irresistible. I…

Tuna Mayo Onigiri

Tuna Mayo Onigiri

Tuna Mayo Onigiri are simply a delicious triangular-shaped rice balls with tuna and mayonnaise filling and nori sheet strip. They are very easy to make and very versatile for lunches or even picnic food In addition, Tuna Mayo Onigiri are very fun to make. I…

Naoshima: A Paradise For Architects [3/3]

Naoshima: A Paradise For Architects [3/3]

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Naoshima: A Paradise For Architects [2/3]

Naoshima: A Paradise For Architects [2/3]

This post is the continuation of previously Naoshima: A Paradise of Architects [1/3].

Naoshima: A Paradise For Architects [1/3]

Naoshima: A Paradise For Architects [1/3]

Although it has been more than a month since I traveled to Japan, it feels like it was just yesterday. All the memories are still fresh in my head, especially the ones in Naohima and Teshima Islands, which are the highlight of the trip. This…

Teshima: The Island of Arts [2/2]

Teshima: The Island of Arts [2/2]

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Teshima: The Island of Arts [1/2]

Teshima: The Island of Arts [1/2]

This early fall, I had the chance to spend 11 days in Japan with my colleagues. It was my first time in Japan, so everything was very fascinating and interesting for me. One of the highlights of the trip was undoubtedly two days we spent…

Honey Mustard Greek Yogurt Dressing

Honey Mustard Greek Yogurt Dressing

Some of my friends had been trying to change their lifestyle by eating salad more regularly. Seeing them, I was tempted to make some at home because of several health reasons. I also believed that to have a healthy and tasty salad, you should try…

Furikake Rice Balls

Furikake Rice Balls

I did not know if it was just my laziness or post-travel fatigue from my last vacation to Japan that I had gotten very exhausted lately. Then, I scurried into the kitchen to grab a bite to eat and upon glancing in the fridge, I realized there was nothing to eat. Furikake Rice Balls came really handy at the time because they are very simple to make and versatile. Continue reading Furikake Rice Balls

Matcha Pancakes

Matcha Pancakes

I just restocked my matcha powder in my pantry from my latest trip to Japan. I decided to make some Matcha Pancakes because I still had half of previous Red Bean Ice Cream. Matcha and red bean combination seems obvious, given how these two ingredients…

Red Bean Ice Cream

Red Bean Ice Cream

The inspiration for making Red Bean Ice Cream recipe actually came from my sister. She made to much red bean paste and asked me if I could make something with it. Hell yeah, I could make some ice cream with it. The result is a…

Gyudon (Beef Bowl)

Gyudon (Beef Bowl)

This Gyudon (Beef Bowl) tastes just like the popular Japanese fast food Yoshinoya beef bowl. Yoshinoya is famous for thinly shaven beef and sweet onion slices over a bowl of steaming rice. I know that you can buy it pretty much everywhere with affordable price, but I find out that making your own is actually very easy and economical. This is a foolproof recipe with 5 ingredients only. Continue reading Gyudon (Beef Bowl)