Pepy tries her hand at Ichiban and Niban Dashi stocks from Everyday Harumi

Even though I sang the praise of Everyday Harumi, I have to confess that my culinary skills as far as Japanese cooking is concerned are close to zero.

Nothing a little kitchen time could not change but in the meantime I will defer to Pepy, one of the winners of the Everyday Harumi Cookbook Contest in that field.

On her blog The Art and Science of Food which covers Indonesian and Asian Fusion cooking she took a shot at Harumi Kurihara's recipe for Ichiban and Niban Dashi Stocks (December 20).

The result of her work is pictured below (photos by Pepy as well).


I am looking forward to Pepy's next adventure in Harumi land.

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