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Category Archives: Soup

Veggie and Lentil Chili

I had several Super Bowl snack ideas, but I couldn’t really come up with anything I loved, and I ended up feeling a bit overwhelmed just thinking about it. Well, we are not going anywhere, and we are not inviting anyone, so it’s going to be just the two of us. So I decided to […]

Ramen with Kuruma-Bu

Ramen time! I like my ramen loaded with lots of veggies. I liked the Kuruma-Bu so much that I decided to fry them to add to my ramen. Got my noodles from a local Asian grocery store. Voila! I-Ta-Da-Ki-Ma-Su! This is what we say when we eat in Japan. We do this so many times, […]

Tantan Ramen

There are now a handful of restaurants that serve ramen in our neighborhood. But there are still large gaps in quality from one restaurant to another. And it is hard to get a table if you want good quality ramen. I’m happy to see that ramen is becoming popular in the U.S., but it’s also […]

Split Pea Soup with Roasted Cabbage

My husband and I recently started watching the TV show called “90 Day Fiance” on TLC. We found the show by accident, but now we are hooked (lol). The show follow Americans who meet someone overseas online, go see the person in his/her home country, get engaged (often), and then bring the person to the […]

Hot and Sour Soup

November in Minnesota is probably my least favorite month. It’s not only cold but also gloomy. I recently heard a local meteorologist confirm that we get the least amount of sun in November in Minnesota. What do I want to eat on a gloomy day? Well, soup is one of my favorite go-to food. I […]

Kon-Sai Soup

This soul-warming vegetable-packed soup definitely reminds me of home. Kon-Sai means root vegetables in Japan. One of the root vegetables in this soup is Daikon radish. I found this beauty at the local farmers market. This is called konjac and it’s a popular ingredient of this type of soup. Konjac is not a root vegetable […]

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