I love Asian foods, especially Japanese. In case you couldn’t tell, here’s another Japanese vegetable side dish.
While this lunch may look familiar, the beets are different this time.
Passover may have ended, but my love of fried matzah never will!
Fried Matzah is a Passover classic to enjoy any time of year.
I was too tired to make lunches last night, but this morning I made time to put together this lunch. I’m proud of myself for making healthier meals like this a priority over sleeping in and eating out all the time.
Sometimes I hear the Call Of The Noodle, so low-sodium ramen will be today’s source of carbohydrates.
I enjoyed Friday’s small salad so much that I decided to expand it into a mini salad bar for today.
Spinach gomaae is a traditional Japanese side dish served at room temperature, making it perfect for a bento box.
I wasn’t planning on packing roasted okra and green bean shiraae in the same lunch, but I couldn’t resist, even if they don’t go together.
Green bean shiraae is a Japanese side dish that can be served cold or at room temperature.