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    Member since Feb 2003

    Chef #71619

    From Canada

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    Reviewed Onions Au Gratin

    Sunday, Jun 29, 2003 on
     |  3 Reviews  |  By TPubmgjbd
    LinMarie says:

    "This was very yummy! Some things to note: I didn't know how much salt to add, and it turned out fairly salty... also I didn't have the bouillon CUBES, so I just put powedered stock in... next time I will put less salt in. It was a little runny, so I kept it in a bit longer until the broth had evaporated some. My boyfriend loved it! :) Easy to make..."

    Reviewed Onigiri (Japanese Rice Balls)

    Monday, Feb 10, 2003 on
     |  (10 people found this helpful) |  18 Reviews  |  By Moishe Lettvin (1)
    LinMarie says:

    "Variations:(use plastic food wrap to help mold it, and to keep it off your hands.)fillings: *fuji`kko (preserved sea kelp? I don't know what this is called in english) *bonito flakes (katsuobushi) mixed with soy sauce to make a paste-like filling other variations:*furikake (stuff you sprinkle on rice, like flavouring) various flavours......"

    Reviewed Okra Japanese Style

    Monday, Feb 10, 2003 on
     |  (10 people found this helpful) |  4 Reviews  |  By JustJanS
    LinMarie says:

    "My parents make this for me b/c they know I like the slimy stuff...It tastes really good with just some bonito shavings (katsuo`bushi)on it after boiling it, and soysauce. Several vegetables are served this way - spinach, broccoli... it's called "o`hitashi" in general.(^_^) simple, but very good!"

    Reviewed Edamame

    Monday, Feb 10, 2003 on
     |  (10 people found this helpful) |  42 Reviews  |  By GinnyP
    LinMarie says:

    "My parents are both from Japan, and my dad is very much into gardening. He actually grows the edamame in the summer and preps these *FRESH* for us to eat. Yummy yummy. I'm away at university, so reading this recipe and thinking about my dad is making me a little homesick...Hands down the best snack on a hot summer day!"


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