Remember onigirazu, that cousin to onigiri (Japanese rice balls), that I wrote about a few weeks ago? Well I’m back, but this time with a formula that will set you free so you don’t need to look at a recipe when making one!
The Fujilings have traded one addiction for another. Squirrel and Bug have all but forsaken their love for onigiri and now only have eyes for another—onigirazu. It’s true, and to be honest, I can’t blame them.
We are currently in the middle of a crazy wind and dust storm here in Utah. I’ve watched a trampoline, sandwich board sign, and a trashcan fly by so far. So while we hunker down and hope we still have a roof tomorrow morning, I’m going to share a new recipe with you! I have [...]
I spent last weekend laughing my guts out, learning, making new friends, meeting old friends for the first time, and being inspired. Taste of Home magazine sponsored me to go to Build Your Blog Conference (BYBC) in Salt Lake City, UT.
*I hope you’ll join me in participating in 24 Days of Giving—one simple way each day, from December 1st through the 24th, to do an act of service for someone else. You can get all the details you need here. ——————————————————————————– I hope you had the most amazing Thanksgiving! I know we did! Now that [...]
15 more days until Thanksgiving Day here in the US! Are you ready? If you’re not, never fear! Between now and the time you sit down to begin your Thanksgiving meal I plan on sharing some ideas and recipes that will help you nail down a meal plan. It was three years ago (although it [...]
When you say hamburger here in the US, the image conjured to mind is a meat patty, usually cooked on a grill, served inside a bun, sometimes with a variety of condiments or toppings. When you say hamburger in Japan (ハンバーグ–”hambagu”), the image conjuired to mind is much different—a meat patty that is like a [...]
It’s picnic season! Are you as excited as I am? I love eating outdoors, whether it’s taking a picnic to the park, or sitting out in our backyard while Mr. Fuji grills up something amazing. Plus, we’ve got the Fourth of July coming up soon, which is a prime opportunity to serve a feast outside. [...]