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Ethnic Recipes

Ethnic recipes from many cuisines like Japanese, Russian, Syrian, Thai, American, and even more. Have fun practicing unique cooking methods from other cultures. Even host an ethnic prayer night with many of these recipes. Ebook coming soon…

A New Spring One Week Japan Itinerary: Tokyo to Hiroshima

A New Spring One Week Japan Itinerary: Tokyo to Hiroshima






Japan Itinerary Basics A new friend recently connected with me for an upcoming trip to Japan to ask some questions about the japan itinerary. I absolutely love getting these emails, giving me the chance to research the max out of all of these fun itinerary options and use my experiences to help others plan an awesome time. So I put together this post mainly for my friend, but if anyone has an interest in a week-long trip (actually about 9 days…

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All about Kyoto, Gion Corner, & 32 Kinds of Foods

All about Kyoto, Gion Corner, & 32 Kinds of Foods






Kyoto How would I describe Kyoto? At this point in my 28 years of life, I have been there about 3 times. If I were to describe the top moments I remember in this traditional yet touristy city, I would say Gion Corner, kaiseki food, Nishiki Market, expensive ryokans, capsule hotels, lot of temples (some beautiful, others not so much), tea ceremony classes, burnt ramen, and Arashiyama (a whole different story but kind of like a suburb of Kyoto). There…

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3 Rules to Create the Perfect Cup of Green Tea in Yanaka Ginza, Japan

3 Rules to Create the Perfect Cup of Green Tea in Yanaka Ginza, Japan






What is the perfect tea? If you are like my brother, finding the perfect balance in tea is quite the challenge. In fact, there are so many variables to consider: black tea, green tea, red tea, white tea. I will never claim to be a connoisseur but have had the opportunity to experience some amazing tea in the heartland of Tokyo, Japan, the neighborhood called Yanaka Ginza. For some basics of tea brewing including making your own tea bags, heat for brewing specific…

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Why you shouldn’t eat Carrot Ginger Soup in bed

Why you shouldn’t eat Carrot Ginger Soup in bed






The first time I ever tried carrot ginger soup Everyone has their own special soup for those cold, blustery nights in the winter when you just want to stay inside and chuckle at super slow drivers. Maybe you haven’t found yours yet but I sure have. As I was living in Wisconsin as a travel nurse a few years back, I occasionally would frequent the Harbor Market. Basically, it was a farmer’s market with everything you could think of and…

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How you can cheat at Apple Roses and get away with it

How you can cheat at Apple Roses and get away with it






Don’t be scared of the infamous apple roses. Have you ever been searching through Pinterest only to find many of your pins, likes, and saves being way too complicated for you to ever take the time to complete? “I ain’t got time for that” is a frequently shared expression when exploring these beautiful pictures and ideas. One of these ideas is apple roses. The beautiful, intricately interwoven and delicately sliced apples folded between homemade puff pastry freshly grated nutmeg folded…

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