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Grilled Kabobs to Upgrade Any Cookout

August 31, 2018 • Posted in Cook, Eat,

Is there anything better than relaxing with family and friends grill-side, brew in hand?  I like to keep summer going strong by being outdoors as much as possible. If I can cook outside rather...

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A Cultural Experience at DC’s Embassy Tour

June 04, 2018 • Posted in Japan, San-J Family,

Every year, we look forward to participating in DC's Around the World Embassy Tour. Again this year, we joined the Embassy of Japan and over 50 other embassies to share a cultural experience with...

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Surprisingly Simple Asian Noodle Recipes You Can Make Tonight

April 10, 2018 • Posted in Cook, Eat,

When cold weather is just dragging on, the urge for warm comfort food is strong. Luckily, these Asian noodle recipes are comforting without feeling heavy. Better yet, they call for common ingredients...

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5 Easy Holiday Appetizers with an Asian Twist

December 21, 2017 • Posted in Cook, Eat,

Brighten the holidays with these fresh new bites. They're an impressive addition to your next party while being so easy to make! And believe it or not - they're gluten-free.  San-J Tamari Soy...

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A Gluten-free Holiday Menu

November 21, 2017 • Posted in Cook, Eat, San-J Family,

Gather 'round with our latest gluten-free holiday menu, all featuring our favorite secret ingredient. Maybe it's no secret, but Tamari adds a rich and smooth flavor when used in place of salt, making...

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Meal Planning for a Busy Family

September 12, 2017 • Posted in Cook, Eat, Mindful,

Now that school has started back up again, so have all of the kids' extracurricular activities! Between school drop-off, pick-up, tennis clinics, swimming practice, Boy Scouts, and working, sometimes...

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8 Asian Kebab Recipes

August 17, 2017 • Posted in Cook, Eat,

Summer is still going strong, and we've got some 2-step, Asian-inspired kebab and skewer recipes for grilling! These are so simple they only take a few minutes to prep....and a few minutes to grill....

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