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In the midst of Vancouver’s cold and rainy weather, here are some comforting Japanese dishes to relax in. This recipe for oyakodon, developped by Diversivore for British Columbia Egg, consists of chicken and eggs simmered in a sweet dashi sauce, then served as donburi (rice dish). Yield: two servings Ingredients 2 boneless chicken thighs with …

According to a to study, only 7% of Americans don’t like pancakes. That means 93% of Americans every now and then like to dip into a hot pile of this breakfast staple – and we can see why. Whether served stacked with butter and syrup or made as a savory dish with sautéed vegetables, pancakes …

Cold noodles don’t automatically equal pasta salad; try these cold noodle recipes for easy summer meals when it’s done too hot for soup. Much like revenge, noodles can be a dish that is eaten cold (or at room temperature). Paired with the right proteins, veggies, and hot seasonings, you’ll have a delicious meal to prepare …

Posted September 23, 2021 through Sara Olivier. Last updated September 28, 2021. A vegan staple that is fat-free, low-sodium, low-calorie, cholesterol-free, and meat-free seems like a distant future. However, that vegan delight is right under your nose – or more accurately, right under your toes: mushrooms! The exact nutritional value will vary depending on which …

Australian lamb, especially branded lamb, is increasingly a part of Japanese culinary culture and its popularity is its affordability compared to other meats. And while lamb consumption in Japan remains skewed towards the northern island of Hokkaido, consumers in less traditional areas like Tokyo and Osaka are interested in retail lamb for home consumption. More …

We all have one, a dish for which we don’t need a recipe. Preparation, cooking and serving have become second nature, like a dance you’ve already performed a million times. When you whip it up from memory on a busy weekday evening or in a vacation rental, you feel a little accomplished, like you’ve got …

There’s no denying the divine pleasures of fall cooking, as these quick, fresh summer dishes give way to hot stews, hearty casseroles and sips of bourbon. Below are more than two dozen recipes the New York Times Food staff can’t wait to prepare as we move into the most charming season of the year. I’m …

Adding subtle background flavors to gluten-free bread is the easiest way to enhance the taste and get results you are truly proud of. These double sesame hamburger buns, with sesame oil and sesame seeds on top, are now our house staple and as good as the best wheat buns – perfect for a fried chicken …

Take out the yellow summer squash and zucchini, and come the more hearty pumpkins, butternuts, and fall squash. Now that fall has arrived over much of the country, it’s time to ditch the hot vegetables and embrace this sweet harvest. But beyond pumpkins, butternuts, and acorns, many of us have no idea what all the …

There’s no denying the wide range of chicken dishes available or that chicken makes the perfect meal all year round, but there are some chicken recipes that go best during the fall and cooler months of the year. As you know, we love everything about chicken and have an entire section on Easy Chicken Recipes. …