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    C Chatwin

    Member since Mar 2001

    Chef #6411

    From Provo, Utah

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    Reviewed Niku Jaga (Japanese Beef Stew in the Crock Pot)

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    Monday, Feb 16, 2004 on Food.com
     |  (6 people found this helpful) |  52 Reviews  |  By ~*Miss Diggy*~
    LinMarie says:

    "My Japanese "daughter", Tsukasa, prepared Niku Jaga on occasion when our family hosted her as an exchange student many years ago. I'd almost forgotten until I ran across Diggy's recipe. Niku means "meat" and jaga means "potatoes" in Japanese. When prepared according to the recipe, Niku Jaga is an authentic staple from the Japanese family table. I ..."

    Reviewed Pumpernickel Bread

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    Monday, Mar 12, 2001 on Food.com
     |  (23 people found this helpful) |  27 Reviews  |  By capted
    LinMarie says:

    "First of all I omited the coffee because we don't drink it and never have it on hand. I prepared the dough in my bread machine and divided it among four lightly greased mini loaf pans. It rose uncovered in my oven on the warm setting for 30 minutes. I turned the heat up to 350 F and set the timer for 30 minutes, then forgot about it until the time..."

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