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Vegetable Soup By Akira Suzuki

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Arial} Ingredients Vegetable juice Bacon Garlic Celery and any other leftover vegetables Consommé Black pepper Salt Takanotsume (dried red peppers) W...

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Azuki Waffles By Akira Suzuki

Ingredients Waffle mix Boiled azuki (sweet red bean) Milk Salad Oil Azuki is known for being served at celebrations and commemorative events throughout Japan, a mix of azuki and rice being a typical favorite. It is quite common in Japan for the...

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Pie-less Pizza By Akira Suzuki

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Arial} INGREDIENTS Bacon Onion Tomato Cheese Black pepper Tabasco to taste In the Japanese title, dainashi means the “absence” (nashi) of ...

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Tandoori Mixed Grill By Akira Suzuki

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 14.0px Arial} Ingredients: Tandoori paste Yogurt Chicken Shrimp Fish Cauliflower You’ll want to enjoy this issue’s recipe, tandoori mixed gri...

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North African Home Cooking By Akira Suzuki

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Bacon, Cabbage and Tomato Stew By Akira Suzuki

Ingredients  1/2 cabbage  4-5 ripe tomatoes (or 2 cans of boiled tomatoes)  1 large, or 2 small, onions  2-3 cloves garlic  250 grams bacon  1 tablespoon consommé  2 teaspoons black pepper  3 ta...

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Convenient Cooking: Part 1 By Akira Suzuki

  Ingredients: Chashu roast pork Kimchi Kyuri no asatsuke (lightly pickled cucumbers) Goma abura (sesame oil)     I doubt many people methodically prepare food the day before they go camping or trekking. Most of us come home...

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Onipo (supamu-musubi) By Akira Suzuki

Okinawa Cooking, Part 4 Ingredients: Spam (pork luncheon meat) Rice Egg Nori (dried seaweed) You can’t mention Okinawa cooking without an obligatory nod to pork luncheon meat. The kings of this canned mixture of processed pork and prot...

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Making French Soup Out of ‘French Toast’ By Akira Suzuki

Ingredients Consommé soup French bread Black pepper This is month’s column is about using old bread to make a tasty soup. We usually preserve left-over bread in a plastic bag to keep it soft. But it can get moldy easily due to moist...

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Pasta Soup in 90 seconds By Akira Suzuki

Ingredients Short-cut pasta Instant soup mix Basil, oregano Because they really stick to your stomach, pastas such as macaroni and spaghetti are easy to cook and great for camp menus. Japanese often say they can’t get going without filling...

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Power Pancakes from Leftover Trail Mix By Akira Suzuki

Ingredients Trail mix Pancake mix Egg Powdered cream Easy-to-eat, high-calorie foods such as caramel, chocolate, dried fruits and mixed nuts are great rations for mountain climbing and trekking, and a great way to fuel up when you are expending...

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Say Kimuchi! By Akira Suzuki

Ingredients: Kimuchi Packaged Rice Miso Soy Sauce Among the favorite foods of people in Japan are certain kinds of Japanese pickles. The fermentation process creates a unique flavor and smell which turns some people off, while others become hook...

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Burger and Beans in a Bag By Akira Suzuki

Ingredients Retort hamburger or Retort meatballs (ketchup seasoning added) Canned pre-cooked chili beans Chili powder Jalapeno or Tabasco sauce Chili is a campsite favorite, of which I have a personal penchant as the spicy flavors make a good...

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Use Your Noodle By Akira Suzuki

Ingredients: Nissin Chicken Ramen Provence Herb Mix Black pepper Japanese ramen is quite popular on American trails, and the king of these noodles is plain instant ramen. Because it’s difficult to haul water in the mountains, you often see...

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Summer Somen By Akira Suzuki

Ingredients Somen, ginger, myoga (Japanese ginger), ohba (Japanese green leaf), carrots, zucchini, eggplant (fresh or pickled), pickled shiba (red pickles), soy sauce, noodle sauce stock Nothing takes away an appetite like the heat of summer. Fort...

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Portable Peppery Pasta By Akira Suzuki

Ingredients Stick ramen Water Pepper (with mill) Instant ramen is the perfect trail food, but sometimes it can be a space-eater in the backpack. However, straight noodles, referred to as “stick ramen” solve the problem. Differen...

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Finger Likin' Namero By Akira Suzuki

Ingredients Raw sardines or mackerel Miso paste Onions Ginger Myoga Green leaves Japan has a lot of great camping areas near the ocean where you can rent a pole and fishing gear at a local shop, drop a hook in the sea and try to catch the e...

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Go Bananas! By Akira Suzuki

(Ingredients) Banana Cinnamon Powder There’s nothing like campfire cooking – a far cry from the taste you get at home. You can’t beat barbecuing over the open flame and enjoying the final product. Hot dogs will never go out of...