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A love of cooking and an unhealthy Facebook addiction inspired this account of making the best of an oven-less Japanese kitchen and a fussy eater in the household!

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Latest Blog Posts for Comely Cuisine

  • Frugal and fabulous
    on Sep 5, 2009
    I recently picked up a copy of "Delia's Frugal Food" from the local library. I'm always interested in ideas for creating cheap, nutritious meals and I enjoyed flicking through it and pulling out a few recipes, although a lot of the book did not confo...
  • Asian-style chicken salad
    on Jun 25, 2009
    After a two month hiatus, my comely ways are back again.I haven't written for so long because:a) I'm a lazy so-and-so;b) I've been trying to diet and therefore eating crud;c) I'm moving country and incredibly busy in my preparations.Nonetheless, I fo...
  • Because sometimes I couldn't be bothered cooking
    on Apr 22, 2009 in salmon sashimi Comely Cuisine seafood
    One of the best things about living in Japan is the abundant, cheap and delicious seafood.In particular, the sashimi and sushi is not to be missed!I live in the lovely port town of Shimizu, where fish is always super fresh and readily available.This...
  • Bite-sized crab cocktailThis is a fabulous idea I got from watching one of Nigella's TV programs, although I can't remember which one it was (yes, I'm a little bit obsessed with Nigella).I was waiting for an opportunity to make these, such as when I would be entertaining, b...
  • I feel like chicken tonight, like chicken tonightChicken breast, while being cheap and very versatile, can sometimes be very bland and somewhat dry. But I picked up a little tip from Nigella a while back which helped deal with this problem - marinate it in natural yoghurt (or buttermilk). It really...
  • Mustard pork chopsThis meal is very loosely based on Nigella's Mustard Pork Chops recipe, from her totally awesome book "Nigella Express". I changed it because I can't find cider here in Japan and I don't like gnocchi very much (or maybe I'm just not very good at cook...
  • The most dangerous cake recipeAlthough I try to be healthy most of the time, sometimes what one really needs is chocolate. Lots of it. In the form of rich, gooey cake. And here is the perfect, quick recipe!I was hesitant to bake a cake in the microwave, but I don't own an oven so...
  • Veg out with vegie pastaThis winter has felt long and bleak. Like many fellow winter haters, I have been over indulging in comfort foods, and my lazy butt just doesn't wanna move.If, like me, the thought of getting into a swimsuit this coming summer induces panic and images...
  • Thai pork meatballsHere's a little treat I served up recently to some lovely guests who recently joined us for dinner. They are a tasty appetizer which fitted in with the Thai themed feast.To make about 30 small meatballs, you need:500g pork mince2 spring onions, slice
  • Quick, budget AND low-fat. Who could want more?
    on Feb 16, 2009
    This is not even a recipe; it's too simple to call it that. It's just an idea to get some cheap food onto a plate then into a hungry mouth. One large chicken breast feeds two people. Add some salad and a few basic pantry items, and you've g
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