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Karl’s Sesame Asparagus Stir Fry

It is asparagus season, so every time I go to the store there are bundles of this vegetable that Jan and Eilene love. Miriam and I cannot eat asparagus, so I usually leave them where they lay. For this Macanese inspired Sunday dinner, I decided that I would make some for them, but I will also make a separate vegetable dish for Myr and myself.

Karl’s Sesame Asparagus Stir Fry

Karl’s Sesame Asparagus Stir Fry

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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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Karl’s Sesame Dressing

This sauce may be used on most steamed or boiled vegetables to add a Japanese flair to the dish.

Karl’s Japanese Chrysanthemum Greens with Sesame Dressing

Karl’s Japanese Chrysanthemum Greens
with Sesame Dressing

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Karl’s Sesame Crackers II

I am making a soup for Sunday’s dinner and I decided that fresh crackers would go nicely with it. When I started making fresh crackers, Jan named them, “Karl Don’t Make These Crackers.” This was not because they were so bad, but because they were so good. These crackers were just too good to leave laying around tempting you to eat them.

Karl’s Sesame Crackers II

Karl’s Sesame Crackers II

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Karl’s Sesame Crackers (or Karl don’t make these crackers II)

About a year ago. I made some fresh crackers that Jan named “Karl Don’t Make These Crackers.” This was not because they were so bad, but because they were so good. These crackers were just too tasty and addicting to just leave laying around tempting you to eat them. Because of this, I have really made these crackers only a few times in the past year. Once you eat a fresh cracker you will wonder why you ever eat the things out of a box.

Karl’s Sesame Crackers

Karl’s Sesame Crackers

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