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Blossoms wrapped in paper, incense smoke swirling upwards, families kneeling graveside with hands together in prayer, the sound of beating drums; these are the images, sounds and scents from the temple across the street on this day of ohigan, March 20, which has its roots in Buddhist teachings. It's a national holiday in Japan, shun...

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What to do with leftovers is always a dilemma. After making a batch of Anzac Biscuits, I had so much coconut left over, I was wondering if I should just make another batch. I then remembered I had a whole bag of navel oranges and thought that it might be interesting to add a hint of orange to the cookie. And then I remembered I had half a bar of...

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Do you like my new olive picker-upper? Isn't it adorable? I love it. It was a Christmas gift from my parents-in-law who visited Crete this past fall. As soon as I got home, I wanted to try it out with my favorite green olives. It works! Now what to do with all the olives I picked out of the jar? I had just come across an article from the LA Time...

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My grandfather and grandmother on my father's side were from Okinawa, Yonabaru to be exact. My grandfather immigrated to Hawaii in 1911, and the following year, my grandmother joined him. There were many families like that looking for work, for a better life, and they ventured overseas to do so. Every 5 years, the Okinawan government sponsors a ...

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