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Recipe: Making Yakisoba at Home

27 days ago   |   By Dining Traveler

In April, I started The Dining Traveler Cooking Series , a video series in which I recreate dishes from my favorite destinations. With our travels coming to a halt, cooking global dishes became my virtual travel. This time we go to one of my favorite culinary destinations, Japan. Back in 2003, I spent a year in Okinawa as a young Marine officer. I fell in love with the food, the culture, and the people. Living in Japan was a transformative travel experience for me-it opened my palate and my passion for travel. For this episode, we are making Yakisoba, a delicious Japanese stir-fried noodle...
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