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Sesame Soba Noodles - With a simple Asian vinaigrette and soba noodles, you'll have a hearty meal on the dinner table in just 15 minutes!

Sesame Soba Noodles - With a simple Asian vinaigrette and soba noodles, you'll have a hearty meal on the dinner table in just 15 minutes!

Salmon in a Bag | Tin foil, lemon, salmon, butter - Wrap it up tightly and bake for 25 minutes at 350 .

Salmon in a Bag | Tin foil, lemon, salmon, butter - Wrap it up tightly and bake for 25 minutes at 350 .

Ozoni - Japanese New Year's Soup (Kansai-Style) | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com

Ozoni - Japanese New Year's Soup (Kansai-Style) | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com

Tenmusu Onigiri

Tenmusu Onigiri

Healthy Vegetarian Mexican Casserole -- This was a big hit at tonight's dinner.  Served with avocados, tomatoes, and onions.  Not sure how well the leftovers will reheat.

Healthy Vegetarian Mexican Casserole -- This was a big hit at tonight's dinner. Served with avocados, tomatoes, and onions. Not sure how well the leftovers will reheat.

chinese soup

chinese soup

spicy apple jam

spicy apple jam

Crab cream Croquette

Crab cream Croquette

Noix de Saint-Jacques sauce au safran - 1, 2, 3, 4 filles aux fourneaux

Noix de Saint-Jacques sauce au safran - 1, 2, 3, 4 filles aux fourneaux

grapefruit marinade with rosemary  salt vanilla ice cream and olive oil

grapefruit marinade with rosemary salt vanilla ice cream and olive oil

Osechi  Traditional Japanese New Year’s meal comprised of a number of small dishes into a single presentation. Each osechi dish has its own significance: from hope for a bountiful harvest, safety for loved ones, longevity, or fertility. Osechi is served in beautiful, ornate boxes and shared with family to celebrate the arrival of a new year.

Osechi Traditional Japanese New Year’s meal comprised of a number of small dishes into a single presentation. Each osechi dish has its own significance: from hope for a bountiful harvest, safety for loved ones, longevity, or fertility. Osechi is served in beautiful, ornate boxes and shared with family to celebrate the arrival of a new year.