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Karl’s Sukiyaki

Jan asked for sukiyaki for Sunday dinner. This is one of the dishes my mother, Claudia, would make as I was growing up. However, not one of the children thought to take down her recipe.

Note: To hold off my diners while I was making last minute preparations I put out some tsukemono for them to snack on, cucumber pickles and salt pickled cabbage.

Karl’s Sukiyaki

Karl’s Sukiyaki

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Karl’s Japanese Chrysanthemum Greens with Sesame Dressing

I am making teriyaki tri-tip for Memorial Day. I want a Japanese vegetable side, besides all of the pickles I made. Chrysanthemum greens are an unusual vegetable that I discovered in making my Yosenabe.

Karl’s Japanese Chrysanthemum Greens with Sesame Dressing

Karl’s Japanese Chrysanthemum Greens
with Sesame Dressing

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