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    A flavorful combination that can be used as a snack, entrée, or side dish...

    Recipe #272053

    Another simple and flavorful dish...

    Recipe #271914

    A great make-ahead snack for a hot summer’s day...

    Recipe #271896

    Another simple and light summer meal that makes use of leftovers...

    Recipe #271890

    So, what do two people do when presented with a package of twenty-five 70 gram somen servings… get creative! Here is a new dish I came up with to make use of some of those noodles...

    Recipe #271750

    When the weather doesn't want to cooperate, here's an indoor dish to squash those BBQ withdrawals...

    Recipe #271670

    One simple and tasty way to make use of leftover chicken...

    Recipe #271668

    One of the most refreshing dishes someone can serve in the summer to beat the heat is cold noodles. This is my version for two of the ever popular local island entrée. ***Although this appears to be complicated, once you become accustomed to the ingredients, it’s not. And it is ohhhhh soooo worth the time and simple preparation...

    Recipe #271215

    A simple dish that combines various types of seafood and pasta...

    Recipe #271190

    A dish I came-up with to make use of leftover salad greens mix and rice...

    Recipe #271081

    This alternative to steak literally, for the first time ever, left my dog drooling puddles for another chance to taste a tidbit...

    Recipe #270759

    Recipe #270755

    1 Reviews |  By IOjaw

    A simple way to add a little extra flavor to the ever-delicious corn-on-the-cob...

    Recipe #270754

    1 Reviews |  By IOjaw

    A simple side-salad making use of a local green known by the nickname of "Okinawan Spinach" - more commonly known as handama on island...

    Recipe #270523

    We love spending time outside when the weather allows. Here’s another dish I concocted (with what was in the house) to make the grilling experience unique but as hassle free as possible...

    Recipe #270416

    Recipe #270370

    Goya (bitter melon) is a very popular food item on island. Hubby loves it. I, on the other hand, have always had trouble with the bitterness. But I don’t give up easily, and after all these years on island decided to try to come up with some recipes that at least gave me a chance to develop a taste for the gourd.

    Recipe #270368

    Having unpredictable weather? Although it looks complicated, this is a simple marinated beef recipe that allows for a bad weather alternative on those unexpected rainy days that prevent grilling...

    Recipe #270142

    Do you ever end up with oddball extra pieces of uncooked meat or seafood in the deep freeze section of your refrigerator (usually to be forgotten until who knows when)? Sometimes the oddball goods are complimentary and easily used in a dish that requires small amounts of different foods, such as paella. Here is a simple recipe that makes use of that oddball piece of poultry left in the freezer

    Recipe #270029

    1 Reviews |  By IOjaw

    Canned tuna is more commonly called “sea chicken” on island. This recipe is almost like a smooth tuna pate. It can be used as a dip or spread. It even makes a great snack or light entrée when used as a topping over rice. NOTE: On Okinawa, dill pickles are still limited to very few grocery stores. I found that the juice is a good substitute if a smooth final consistency is desired.

    Recipe #270027

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