Posted in cooking by jill on March 16, 2010

Sometimes I have those nights where I return late and all I want is something light and warm to fill my stomach. To me, the most comforting quality of the soup is chopping fresh vegetables and soaking seaweed and shiitake. It’s a slow and calming process and this sort of therapy is free.

On this particular night, I made a light udon miso soup and a quick stirfry. They say never go to bed angry. I say never to go to the bed overly satiated. Unless it’s chocolate or some type of dessert.

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