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Karl’s Cabbage Salad with Miso Dressing

I made teriyaki hamburgers and I wanted a vegetable side. It was too late to make pickles, so I decided on a salad. Using what I had on hand I came up with this.

Karl’s Cabbage Salad with Miso Dressing

Karl’s Cabbage Salad with Miso Dressing

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Karl’s Ponzu Edamame

You can buy ponzu sauce in many Asian stores and even some of the larger supermarkets (at least in California). I had made some fresh ponzu sauce and I was experimenting with what I could do with it. I had bought some frozen edamame pods, which are immature soybeans, picked before they’ve had a chance to turn into the harden beans. Tossing these delicate morsels with the sauce seemed like such a good idea—one more small plate for my Japanese dinner.

Karl’s Ponzu Edamame

Karl’s Ponzu Edamame

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Karl’s Ham and Three Fresh Beans

For me Ham and Beans has always meant slow cooked dried beans with ham. As I was researching recipes recently, I found a few that included fresh green beans. This got me to thinking about really mixing up this recipe, If one fresh bean, why not all fresh beans.

Karl’s Ham and Three Fresh Beans

Karl’s Ham and Three Fresh Beans

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