What’s difference about these hot cakes? Well, they are similar to American pancakes, but are a bit fluffier and have a little more sweetness. The eggs are beaten in a hand or stand mixer until foamy to create an extraordinary fluffy texture. Hot cakes are a popular breakfast treat in Japan and often prepared using...

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Japanese breakfast in Kyoto. I taveled there in 1978 when I was a little girl. Wonderful memories...

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Discover this dream house, a farm in Oxfordshire on HOUSE - design, food and travel by House & Garden.

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Pheasant is in season during the autumn months and would make a great hearty dish for your wedding breakfast.

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The past is a dangerous place. You can go there in a story, make it seem softer, sweeter, than it really was...

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Creamy soy sauce marinated egg, wrapped in a delicious pork dumpling filling, and coated with super crispy panko, and dipped in a curry-mayo sauce. Mind blown!

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Miso udon noodle soup with shiitake mushrooms, a vegan Japanese-style soup that is ready in just 15 minutes.

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RECIPE:- Healthy Japanese Breakfast: Rice, Miso Soup, Salmon and Beans. "The smorgasbord of rice, soup, protein, vegetables and preserves that make up Japanese breakfasts means both that the eater will be satisfied until lunch and that the eater will be gaining a lot of important nutrients".

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Japanese Okonomiyaki on Waribashi Chipsticks as Street Stall Foods (Osaka, Japan) chopstick in the center for serving.onto plate...looks fun

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