Happy New Year from Food Fashionista

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Happy New Year! Hope you all enjoyed some delectable bites and sips over the long weekend.  As with most Asian families, there is always a table full of food, and New Year’s day was no exception. Here are just a few shots of some traditional Japanese New Year’s food (Osechi Ryoori) we shared that day…
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Ozoni Soup with OmochiDSC00968ab

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Oden (and no, that is not a rock on the left 🙂

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Omochi before being added to soup
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Big hot pot of Oden

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5 Comments

  1. MIKE
    01/04/2011 / 4:33 pm

    HAPPY NEW YEAR FOOD FASHIONISTA!

  2. 01/06/2011 / 4:25 pm

    Happy New Year!
    Someday you’ll have to tell me the significance of the items on the pickle plate (with the lotus root, burdock root, kamaboko, etc.). I even asked my Nisei grandmother once, and her answer was “I dunno, we’ve just always served these things on New Years.”
    Hope you have a delicious new year!

  3. 01/10/2011 / 1:57 am

    Happy New Year Foodiegrl!

    Would love to get together and discuss Osechi Ryoori with you. New Years time is on top of my list for favorite, most significant meals of the year. Look forward to seeing you in 2011. xo

  4. 01/10/2011 / 1:59 am

    Hello Foodiegrl!

    Yes, would love to get together and discuss Osechi Ryori with you. New Years meal is on top of my list for favorite, most significant meals of the year. Look forward to seeing you in 2011 for some delicious food & drinks. xo

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