cold soba with miso eggplant | kelly’s kitchen

  1. Sylvia Espinoza says:

    Hi, Kelly! Wow…a recipe AND language lesson today. Love it! Sounds absolutely delicious but must confess I likely won’t venture on this one. Will sub with the ceviche recipe! Question. I have saved every recipe since the first yet seem to be missing the second one, which would be April 11. Would love to know what I missed! Family is visiting and I’ll be making your French omellete for my sweet daughter-in-law to try. Have a blessed day & thanks for our Saturday morning blessings~

  2. Roberta says:

    It’s 103 degrees in Southern Oregon. I will
    be making this tomorrow. I am having guests and was trying to think of a hot weather dinner. Here it is! Thank you.

    • Hi Roberta, wow! 103 degrees is hot, hot, hot! This recipe will be a great dinner for your guests. Enjoy your visit! Thank you for reading, xo Kelly

  3. Nelda Pattillo says:

    I love your recipes, but I must admit that this is out of my comfort zone!!!

    • Hi Nelda, I understand…but you know, that’s the thing about cooking; there’s probably no safer place to break out of your comfort zone and experiment. You never know what you might discover about yourself! Take care and thanks so much for reading the post and taking time to write in, I love to hear from you! xo Kelly

  4. MicMacinMN says:

    Thanks for posting this recipe – I’ve been interested in trying some Japanese cooking at home and this is motivating me to do it! I especially appreciate the extra information about the seasonings you use. (For what it’s worth, this is the first recipe you’ve posted that I felt really motivated to try – so, to each their own!)

    • Hello MicMacinMN, Thanks so much for reading! This is an easy entrée into Japanese cooking. I do hope you enjoy this one, and that you feel even more motivated to explore Japanese cooking at home. I have some upcoming Japanese recipes, so stay tuned! Take care, xo Kelly

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