The Wabisabi Mamas love to eat. Despite many fiascos in the kitchen, occasionally we have some luck preparing something that is either healthy, satisfying, delicious, or (if we're extremely lucky) all three! We document our food adventures in our posts labeled "oishii!" which means "delicious" in Japanese.
Below are some of our own recipes that we've developed or learned from the more experienced cooks in our lives (thanks mom!). Feel free to try them out and let us know how it went. We always appreciate feedback. Arigatou!

Recipe Index

Berry Nut Muffins
Caramel Turtles
Cheesecake, Japanese "rare"-style
Cookies, Almost Healthy
Cookies, Kabocha
Cookies, lactation
Dashi stock
Gomoku Gohan (Five-Ingredient Rice)
Mochi (pounded sticky rice)
Honey-lime enchiladas
Japanese-style sticky rice (go-han)
Japanese-style grapefruit jelly
Kabocha pumpkin, boiled
Kuri Gohan (rice with chestnuts)
Meat Sauce for pasta
Miso soup
Onimanju (devil's cake)
Oriental chicken salad
Oyako-donburi (eggs and chicken over rice)
Potato Salad, Japanese style
Quinoa Squash Casserole
Salmon, broiled
Sesame Tofu Stir-fry
Soup, Gohan
Soup, Seven Herb Rice
Soup, Minestrone
Sweet Potato "Chips"
Sushi, Temaki (hand-rolled)
Twelfth Night Wassail and King's Cake