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When certain nostalgic cravings hit, I love the idea of getting to follow family recipes. The eating portion is great, the "aw I get to connect with my family" is great, but the "here's a semi-legible recipe/grocery list, good luck" makes it much more of a challenge.
With the holidays coming up, there will be plenty of potlucks, parties, dinners, etc. that many will be attending, so here's a non-definitive list of how to avoid faux pas at Asian American gatherings.Read More >>
Examining the allure of Solvang, California in an attempt to better understand my parents.Read More >>
We love and appreciate our families, but as Japanese Americans, it can be hard to verbalize our feelings.Read More >>
This month as we celebrate our heritage, we have assigned you a mission: find out more about your ancestors. We can take advantage of this time to share stories about our families and reconnect with relatives.Read More >>
Homemade kombucha, forts, sourdough crackers, and a chicken coup? Indoor time with the family means time to get creative.Read More >>
A family mochitsuki can be a great way to bring the family together for the holidays and it's easier than you think.Read More >>
Fathers and father figures usually give us sound advice, support us through thick and thin, and guide us through our lives. Which mantra do you embody?Read More >>
Japanese American dad fashion: you know it when you see it and you definitely love to poke fun at it, but you also wouldn’t change a thing.Read More >>
As kids, we loathed the idea of turning into our moms. As adults, there's nothing we love more than seeing the ways their habits and values live on in us.Read More >>