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A Chefs Tribute to her Father-KATSUDON

My father had been in Japan and became enamored with the country and the people. This recipe is my tribute to my father and his love for the country.

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Asian Craft brews are gettin on the boat…Look out U.S.

For the most part, when we think of beers from Asia, the majority of beer drinkers tend to view them as light on color, flavor and alcohol. But history tends to repeat itself, and Asia, as always, is catching up quickly.

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How about a little R & R at the Japanese Gardens

The Japanese Gardens, nestled in Balboa Park, is 6 1/2 acres of thoughtfully laid out plants, bamboo trees, shrubs, waterfalls, statues, pedestals, rock formations, benches and bridges. Hours are Monday through Thursday 11am to 4pm and Sunday 10am-4pm.

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Orange slices for dessert? WHY NOT?

Oranges are very symbolic in the Asian culture. When I was little we always had fruit available. There wasn’t an emphasis placed on dessert in my family.

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Thai pork packets with jasmine rice

Hautemealz.com helps busy families get back to the dinner table to share delicious, nutritious meals together. They do the research, planning and create the grocery lists together so you don’t have to. This is one of Chef Perrys weekday Asian inspired evening meals.

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Asian Eats in Hells Kitchen

We navigated our way through 9th Avenue, in the always-busy Hells Kitchen area, to find the perfect restaurant. The daily specials definitely caught our eye as well. Yum Yum Bangkok Thai Restaurant hit the spot for us.

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