About Me

Here at Sensei Cooks I write about my adventures in the kitchen and sometimes in the dojo.

I have a love for cooking and want to explore all the possible facets of it. Leave no stone unturned so to speak.

I am Vegan and love all types of vegan cooking.

I love the process of cooking. Being in the moment. Sort of Zen and the Art of Cooking.

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Mirin Glazed Tofu or Salmon

This one comes from Nigella Lawson and is very, very good. I started making it with tofu for myself and salmon for the rest of the family. Very easy recipe and the sauce is great on the rice – so says Dylan. Of course the salmon is not vegan but using tofu instead makes this […]

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Warm Bean Sprout Salad with Crispy Garlic

This is a really nice warm salad or a great snack. I often make it as a between meals snack or a late night treat. Bean sprouts are wonderful and really easy to grow yourself. Try this next time you are having an Asian meal. Belle prefers the garlic soft and not crispy so I […]

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Beef Tataki slices with Wasabi Soy Sauce

Belle loves rare beef and Sean loves it even rarer (?). Pass a match under his a few times and he is good. I grew up being a well done person I mean I would send back the steak in a restaurant three or four time and finally say "Burn it". I have left many […]

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Saturday Open House February 2010

Saturday Open House February 2010

We had a wonderful turnout for our February Open House Dinner. We had about 40 people over and I managed to do a lot of the cooking the day before so this time, for the first time I was able to mingle instead of just cook (not that I […]

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Flower Garden Sushi

I have been really slow at getting posts up lately. I have been cooking a lot but have no time on the PC. It might be me or maybe Dylan has been going crazy with RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 on my PC. Why did I load it on mine instead of his computer??? Anyway I finally […]

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Wasabi Tuna

I really like tuna and I like it rare – sashimi. But it is not always easy to find sashimi grade tuna so I usually cook it a liitle bit more, just in case. My Aikido sensei, Karasawa Sensei (sensei means teacher in Japanese, actually it means before born, so they were born into the […]

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