Chopstick food, chopstick dining

Whatcom READS! 2013 kicks off the new year

Whatcom READS! 2013 kicks off the new year
Friday, February 1, 2 to 5 p.m.: All ages are invited to a Japanese Culture Open House, where there will be opportunity to learn origami, the Japanese writing system katakana, simple Japanese words, and how to use chopsticks. Japanese food and tea will …
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America's love: Chinese restaurant food
Choose stir fried options instead. Don't add additional sodium to your meal — limit soy sauce, duck sauce, hot mustard and hoisin sauce. Use chopsticks — they will help you take smaller bites, eat slower and avoid consuming a lot of sauce. Ask for …
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The bowl for those with an APP-etite: Japanese noodle bowl has built-in iPhone
… lonely guy to an undisturbed, secured bubble. "MisoSoupDesign sees the problem of needing a third hand while eating. The design is to restore the proper table manner while eating ramen. "Now, you have both hands free to use chopsticks and a spoon." …
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Life in pictures
CHINESE NEW YEAR: Sophie Stuart, left, and Connor Warburton use chopsticks at Waimataitai Kindergarten which was holding a feast to celebrate Chinese New Year, teaching the children about different cultures and different customs. CHINESE NEW …
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