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    This is a recipe that can be cooked on a BBQ or in the oven. I created it using local ingredients; there are strong Asian influences here, but I would not classify it as exclusively Asian. Cuisine in the Vancouver area represents a fusion of tastes and ideas from all over the World; equally identified as traditional yet unorthodox. The variety and quality of exotic and familiar ingredients available here is mind boggling; a constant challenge to venture outside of known territory.

    Recipe #94685

    OK, OK, I know; your bubbie made the perfect matzo balls. But they are finicky little rascals that are made a 1000 different ways and everyones bubbies always made them best. What I want to share here is the simplest, no nonsence methode of the creation of soft and/or firm matzo balls; for just like white and dark meat people, there are soft and firm matzo ball people.

    Recipe #94412

    I call this Kosher Vancouver Karaage Fried Chicken because of the local Asian influences on the recipe. It is my "take" on Chicken Karaage and is great served hot or cold, as a main dish or an appetizer. All the ingredients are readily available in kosher form in most urban centres.

    Recipe #94220

    This Japanese fried noodle dish is always popular with my family and guests and is as good for a week day meal as it is for Shabbat. It is important to fry the ginger and green onions so that their essential oils are released. Note: Udon are thick noodles and Soba are thin noodles.

    Recipe #93255


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