Yuki Bean's Kitchen
It is said that behind every great man is a great woman. And behind every fit man is a woman fit in the kitchen. Well, the latter may not be true, but I know my wife Yuki, aka Yuki-Bean, is an outstanding cook. Yuki was born and raised in Yamagata, Japan and at a young age began to admire her mother’s artistic talents in the kitchen.
Sadly, Yuki’s mother passed way too early in 2004. However, one year before her passing, Yuki left her career and committed herself to being with her mother, learning family traditions, which included the style of cooking her mother learned from many generations prior.
Yuki has enriched my life with tastes and food experiences that come from a place of love and passion. So I wanted to include a page on my site to pay homage to Mrs. Kimura and to show my gratitude for all the time, energy and most importantly the love that Yuki puts into my meals to keep me healthy, fit and energetic!
[Omu-Soba]🍝🍳 Angel Hair Pasta wearing an omelette dress👗 Anything tastes better with eggs don’t you think? . . . . #omusoba #angelhair #restinpasta #😋 #soba #noodle #omelette #japanesefood #homemade #itadakimasu #happywife #lovecooking #chefathome #mostingredientlove #yukibeanskitchen #stevejordanfitness #LA #オムそば
[Stuffed Cabbage Rolls] 🍁🍁🍁Stuffed cabbage is a wonderful dish for the autumn and winter months. In Japan, we call it “Roll Cabbage”. Japanese has many yoshoku (western-style Japanese) dishes. It is a creative demonstration of how the Japanese adopt and adapt foreign influences into our unique cuisine🇯🇵🍴Roll Cabbage is one of the popular yoshoku. I used napa(Chinese cabbage) instead this time. And 70% ground wagyu & 30% ground black pork(both are Japanese brand meat) for inside. No tomato sauce needed. Very juicy and light😋