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Recipes I've Shared:
This is what I suspect are in the awesome taquitos at the J&S burger stand. One order is two of these.
This is approximately what bean and cheese burritos sold in Los Angeles contain. Added because I eat so many of these.
Funky tasting sandwich only sardine lovers will appreciate.
Traditional Japanese style.
A taco made with refried beans and avocado.
Somewhat fatty sandwich made with olives. Use klamata olives because they aren't as strong flavored as the green ones, but still have a good olive flavor.
This makes a lot of food. It's not healthy due to lots of oil, but this is typically how I make it. Makes enough for two people.
Two slices of bread with one or two slices of vege ham and a fried egg.
This is a stripped down Chinese egg noodle "ramen".
With a lot of dressing.
A pseudo-Asian sesame dressing. All measurements are approximate.
A substantial soup that's more like a stew. A good base soup that you can add leftovers, noodles, or meats and vegetables to.
This is not quite the traditional cold ramen dish served in Japan during the summer. It's almost vegetarian. The vegetables have been doubled to produce two servings. That means the sodium and carbs are cut in half.
This is what I consider a traditional Chinese-style egg fried rice.
The stuff you can get from Thai restaurants.
A family favorite on cold days.
The lunchroom sandwich done up vegan style, with fake meat.. (The school version probably contained similar fake meats.)
Traditional Japanese style of serving tofu, good for a hot day.