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I used to live in Tokyo (many years ago) and I have been trying to find a really good recipe for the wonderful Japanese bread that we used to get there. Any chance of you find one?
Wow Rachael nice work. You should be a writter. I really enjoyed your blog. Hope to see more. Happy Newyear to the both of you. See ya next time you come home.
Beautiful blog Rachael!
Interesting, also because I have always had a strange attraction for Japan. Nice pictures!
My wife and I have just returned from a great visit to Tokyo and visited the Kaffir Lime. The Cashew Chicken dish is to die for! Any chance of the recipe please? By the way you have a great informative site.
Cheers and thanks
I lived in Japan for a year and a bit, and craved international food so badly! My remote countryside area was great with fresh Japanese vegetables and rice, but for anything Italian, Greek, German, Korean, or good old American, I had to move mountains. I had to send requests to America for crushed tomatoes, cocoa, spices. How do you get your ingredients there?
I find a lot of international foods in my area of Tokyo. It helps that I live in the middle of a relatively diverse city. I can’t imagine trying to find these things in the countryside! This summer I’m in the U.S., so my recipes are based on in ingredients I’m finding while at home.
Oh what a wonderful world here!!Loving ur site!!
Great page. Thanks for letting me to add to it, but My recipes are all by touch and smell and taste. It is sort of like you got it or you don’t. Love the pictures too. Well done…you must be an art teacher and great cook. Have to meet some day. I met the dog. He loved me.
I am so happy I found your blog. Thank you.
Hope you all are safe!
I am seriously in love with your blog and envy your project of cooking in Japan. I hope you and your husband are safe. I can’t wait to read your future posts.
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