Posts Tagged ‘Japanese’

Good Luck Noodles

A dish that warms both body & soul

January 14, 2017 | 0 Comments
Good Luck Noodles

Being a proper superstitious soul, I love a good tradition that supports the notion of good luck. I always make black eyed peas on New Years Days, since this Southern tradition supposedly brings prosperity for the new year. There are several different thoughts on why black–eyed peas have come to symbolize good luck. In America, ...

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Kintsugi ~ Restoring The Broken

Japanese Art of Golden Repair

July 21, 2016 | 1 Comment
Kintsugi ~ Restoring The Broken

When one of the incense diffuser’s from Bodha arrived in the mail broken I felt a bit crushed. Mostly because I had to tell Emily L’Ami the creator of the lovely line the news, and hated to inconvenience her. She took it in her usual graceful way and sent me a new one to replace ...

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