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1 Year Nickname of 2011 is “Usagi” (Rabbit)
2 Hoikuen entrance application for April 2011 made by January
3 Application for “Hokago Room” (After-school Child-care)       
4 How to Use Public Bicycle Parking Lots for a Year  
5 Event calendar
6 Year-end and New Year Habits of Japan
7 Funabashi Music Festival by Thousand Players, 2011
8Japanese Cooking
9 Japanese Expressions 
10 My experience with Japanese Habits 
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Japanese Cooking  Pot Dish with Pork and Vegetables ~

People enjoy various kinds of hot pot dishes in winter.

Let us introduce the easy cooking of one with pork and vegetables in season.

< Ingredients (4 servings ) >

6~7 leaves Hakusai (Chinese cabbage), 2 spring onions, 1 carrot, 2 turnips, 4 fresh shiitake mushrooms, 1/2 bunch Shungiku (chrysanthemum leaves), 300g pork (thin slices), 15cm Kombu (kelp), 8 cups water

For dipping sauce:

(A)  sesame sauce: 1/4 cup soy sauce, 3~4 tbsp. creamy sesame

(B)   sour soy sauce: 5 tbsp. soy sauce, 3 tbsp. vinegar (or Pon-zu Shoyu*),

Shichimi-togarashi (Japanese powdered chili pepper of seven tastes)

< Directions >

1.      Cut Hakusai in half lengthwise first and into 4~5cm long, spring onion 4 cm long. Cut carrot diagonally, turnip in quarters, Shiitake and Shungiku in half.

2.      Put the water and Kombu into a pot (an earthen wear pot) and boil. When the water comes to the boil, take out the Kombu.

3.      Blend each of the ingredients of (A) and (B) to make two types of sauce.

4.      Add pork and all the vegetables except Shungiku and simmer until the pork is cooked. Then put the Shungiku last.

5.      Put the pot on the center of the table and serve in individual bowl with dipping sauce to taste.

*Pon-zu Shoyu:sour orange juice mixed with soy sauce. It is sold at supermarkets.

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