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  • rodelbanares 4 years ago about Homemade Chicken Ham
  • swatez 4 years ago about Japanese Grilled Dumpling-gyohza
    Sagami...These are wonderful. Your English is perfect and the dumpling are perfect. Your instructions were easy.
    thank you so much.
  • swatez 4 years ago
    Thank you for accepting my invite to become cookiing friends. I am excited to try your recipes.
  • ahmed1 5 years ago
    Thanks for your friend invite and welcome to the group...
  • rottman 5 years ago about Soba Noodles And Pesto Ginger
    Doesn't get much easier. I like easy. Thanks.
  • kidaria 5 years ago about New Years Plate
    Happy New Year Sagami! My in-laws are doing a large Japanese meal on New Years too! They usually start cooking 3 days before hand. Lots of braised food, fresh sushi and sake! Cheers, Daria
  • choclytcandy 6 years ago about Japanese Grilled Dumpling-gyohza
    this looks great. thanks for sharing.
  • onionator 6 years ago
    Thanks, Sagami. I look forward to trying some of your recipes. I lived in Tokyo some years ago, and miss those Japanese flavors--althouth we often try to duplicate them.
  • peetabear 6 years ago
    thank you for the new cooking friend invitation... I look forward to sharing recipes with you and looking through the ones you have already posted....

    it will be fun learning about Japanese cooking...
  • 22566 6 years ago
    Thank-you for stopping by the recipe.

    People,chatter,noise,laughter,of course you are welcome!

    Kind Regards

  • peetabear 6 years ago
    thank you for the great rating on the Christmas cut out cookie recipe... I hope you are enjoying the site and all the wonderful recipes..
  • joe1155 6 years ago
    Thanks for the friend request and welcome to the site!
  • meals4abby 6 years ago
    Hi Sagami,
    I'm glad I could help with the half and half question. Next time you are at the store, just ask for it. I'm almost possitive they carry it in London. The Brits may just have a different name for it. If not, just buy a pint sized container of heavy cream and just add some fat free or 1% milk to it.

    I hope you enjoy the Irish Cream. I make it every year for the holidays, bottle it, and give it as gifts. It lasts about 2 months in the refrigerator.
  • verondear 6 years ago
    You have nice Japanese food recipes here. Can't wait to try them out. :)
  • jmatthews00 6 years ago
    Thanks for the comment... this was left by another group member...Half and half is half cream/half milk. You can buy it in the dairy section of any grocery store. It usually comes in quart and pint size cartons and it says half and half right on the carton.