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Fresh Peach Cobbler

For us at Kikkoman, spring signifies new beginnings. In Japanese tradition, spring is a time to gather with old friends to relax, reminisce, and hope for what the new season holds in store. Spring is a time of rejuvenation, rebirth, … Continue reading

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Unlock Umami with Kikkoman for National Garlic Month

April is National Garlic Month. Garlic, one of the world’s most popular herbs, is loaded with umami and is a simple ingredient to pump up the flavor of any dish. Add garlic to vegetables, like broccoli or green beans, for … Continue reading

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Preparing street food and food truck favorites at home

Spring is here and the weather is getting warmer; it’s the perfect time to start eating lunch outside, fire up the grill and check out a local food truck or street food vendor. The variety of food that can be … Continue reading

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Noodles Around the World, European Tour

To many people, pasta is the quintessential food of Italy. There are hundreds of kinds, from long, thin spaghetti and linguine to filled ravioli and tortellini and shapes that look like grains of rice, tiny hats, shells or wheels. Italians … Continue reading

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Noodles Around the World, Asian Tour

  Looking for new ways to cook noodles? Kikkoman can help.  Join us for a global tour of noodles, from Asia to America and many points in between, and gather some fresh recipe inspirations along the way. In a country … Continue reading

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Oodles of Noodles

  March is National Noodle Month. It’s hard to imagine a food more simple—or more versatile—than noodles. After all, they start with nothing more than two ingredients: flour and water. But then, the sky’s the limit! Add eggs, herbs or … Continue reading

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Getting Saucy

  A good sauce goes a LONG way! And we’ve got the skinny on how to prepare your favorite Chinese restaurant sauces, right at home with Kikkoman. Plum Sauce: Chutney-like plum sauce also goes by the name duck sauce, because … Continue reading

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Around the World… Slowly

USA: The early American settlers cooked in iron pots set over the glowing embers of an open hearth. Later, when each town had a bakery, women would bring casseroles to cook in the slow heat of the communal oven after … Continue reading

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Slow Cooker Recipes

Pot roast couldn’t be easier—or tastier—when you cook it slowly and add the umami boost of soy sauce. Winter root vegetables like turnips, parsnips and rutabagas can also be cooked along with the beef. SLOW COOKER POT ROAST 4 pounds … Continue reading

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Slow Cookers From Around the World

Slow is Beautiful. There’s a world of traditional slow-cooking pots and casseroles to explore, and many of them are so attractive, you may be tempted to put them on your display shelves instead of your stove! • Clay pots, also … Continue reading

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