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Japanese cookbook includes ‘old standbys’ developed over decades

  • COURTESY KAZ TANABE

    Cone sushi is one of the basic recipes Muriel Miura features in “A Japanese Kitchen: Traditional Recipes With an Island Twist.”

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    Swiss chard salad with tofu dressing from “A Japanese Kitchen: Traditional Recipes With an Island Twist” by Muriel Miura.

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    ‘Thorny’ tempura from “A Japanese Kitchen: Traditional Recipes With an Island Twist” by Muriel Miura.

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    Cucumber with miso sauce from “A Japanese Kitchen: Traditional Recipes With an Island Twist” by Muriel Miura.

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    Muriel Miura, left, and the cover of her latest cookbook, “A Japanese Kitchen: Traditional Recipes With an Island Twist.”

”A Japanese Kitchen: Traditional Recipes With an Island Twist” is a collection of what Muriel Miura calls “old standbys,” recipes and techniques that she learned from her parents and those that she developed over a career as a home economist with The Gas Co., teaching others to cook. Read more

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