Last week, Jan and I went over the hill to Santa Cruz to visit her “new” brother. While we were there, we stopped by a large book store that was going out of business. The cookbook section was fairly picked over, but as I was perusing the fiction section I found a book Izakaya: Japanese Bar food—someone had obviously picked it up and then changed their mind, leaving it “where ever.” Their loss, my gain. This Sunday, I decided to make a Japanese bar style dinner.
A family recipe blog
TagsAmerican cuisine baby spinach bacon baking balsamic vinegar barbecue braising bread breakfast cabbage Cal-Mex cuisine California cuisine carrots cauliflower chicken chicken soup chilies Chinese cuisine chocolate Claudia Lueck cooking corn crackers cucumber dessert dinner eggs family recipe food garbanzo beans garlic Greek cuisine green beans green onions ham Indian cuisine Italian cuisine Japanese cuisine Japanese pickles Ketogenic diet leeks lemon Mexican cuisine Middle Eastern cuisine Moroccan cuisine mushrooms napa cabbage orange pesco vegetarian Philosophy of Cooking pork potatoes Ras el Hanout recipes rice roasted salad salmon scones Sichuan sichuan pepper soup Southern cooking Spanish cuisine spanish tapas spice blend spice blends spinach teriyaki sauce tomatoes Travelog tri-tip vegan vegetable side dish vegetarian