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    My sisters and I find a reason to open a bottle of wine every time we get together. We sit around in the kitchen, every time in the kitchen, pour generous glasses of wine and chitchat about everything. In the course of flowing chatter, one of us inevitably gets hungry, and we get to cookin. Haes' Crazy Hot Guacamole provides the spice and the zip for any conversation and it's super easy, super fast to make. Family and friends love it and requests it at random events, Fourth of July, Thanksgiving, Easter. With Cinco De Mayo just around the corner, finally, we have an appropriate occasion to break out the famous guac

    Recipe #423323

    This is a fast and simple dish. It’s a glam version of ramen noodles. We grew up with ramen noodles and always added ingredients like kimchi, eggs and scallions. Grandma’s version was extra special with fancy ingredients. For more recipes like this, visit

    Recipe #414994

    This is a variation of another dish my grandmother made when she stayed with us. Don’t let the number of ingredients freak you out. They’re mostly seasoning and spices and not a lot of chopping, mincing, or dicing. Bok choy and shitake mushrooms are two of my favorite vegetables and I added these two items to the recipe. I also switched out the anchovies broth for water and added dashida, which is a soup stock that comes in anchovy, clam or beef flavors. I use beef dashida.

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