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    T. Washoi

    Member since Oct 2005

    Chef #253525

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    Reviewed Katsudon

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    Sunday, Jun 25, 2006 on Food.com
     |  20 Reviews  |  By chia
    LinMarie says:

    "I guess 6 eggs are too many for BREAD CUTLETS, and that some of eggs, maybe 4 or 5 eggs, are for simmering cutlet and broth.Mirin is sweet rice wine, not vinegar, which is essential in Japanese cuisine.And a few minites will do for simmering onion when you finely slice it.Anyways your katsudon recipe is nice, and I love katsudon so much, h..."

    Reviewed Japanese Katsudon - Pork Cutlets

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    Sunday, Jun 25, 2006 on Food.com
     |  2 Reviews  |  By Mrs Goodall
    LinMarie says:

    "I guess 6 eggs are too many for BREAD CUTLETS, and that some of eggs, maybe 4 or 5 eggs, are for simmering cutlet and broth.Mirin is sweet rice wine, not vinegar, which is essential in Japanese cuisine.And a few minites will do for simmering onion when you finely slice it.Anyways your katsudon recipe is nice, and I love katsudon so much, h..."

    Reviewed Green Sea Salad (Kyuri to Wakame No Su No Mono)

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    Thursday, Feb 9, 2006 on Food.com
     |  7 Reviews  |  By Roosie
    LinMarie says:

    "This is the very basic seaweed salad recipe many people love to eat in Japan.Adding finely sliced onion, soaked in water for 10 min, or dried small shrimp also enhances its flavor. "

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