Washoku Warriors

Washoku Warriors Challenge #3: Miso Mania!

This month the Washoku Warriors explored the many faces of miso. We had three categories to work from for this challenge: sauces, main dish, and dessert.  The Warriors had the option to cook just a couple, cook them all, or just pick the ones that looked appealing to them.  These were the options: (1) Miso […]

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Washoku Warriors Challenge #2: Gyoza, Edamame, and Rice

This has been a great month for the Washoku Warriors. We continue to gain new members—the more the merrier! I find myself learning and thinking about the recipes a lot more when I see what struggles/triumphs/insights the other participants have. This month we took on 3 recipes from Washoku: – Cooked White Rice (Gohan) – […]

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Washoku Warriors Challenge #1: San Shoku Domburi

The Washoku Warriors wielded their chopsticks for the first time this month by cooking San Shoku Domburi, or Rice Bowl With Three-Colored Topping. The three colors came from gingery ground chicken, green peas, and yellow corn, with the option of also topping the rice bowl with some red pickled ginger or cherry tomatoes and crumbled […]

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Washoku Warriors

Elizabeth Andoh may not be a name that you are familiar with, but if you have any interest in learning to cook Japanese food, it should be. Ms. Andoh is American born and raised, but has made Japan her home. She did her formal culinary training at the Yanagihara Kinsaryu School of Traditional Japanese Cuisine, […]

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