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Sunday, August 21, 2005


First steps in making homemade udon

When we crave Japanese udon, we head for Jimbo, 1936 S King St., Honolulu. Their homemade udon is sooo gooood that I would never dream of making it myself. Never. Well, I do have this electric flour mill and it would be so cool to make my own udon at home, wouldn't it?

I found these really great directions for hand made udon on the web. Well, there is more involved. I won't give it away, just check it out. I love the animated illustrations.

Now that I have these very clear directions, am I going to make udon at home? Nope. Not after reading all the necessary steps. Is this what the chefs do at Japan's great udon restaurants?

Better for me to visit Jimbo for my udon.

See the excellent review of this restaurant over on 'onokinegrindz.


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