Some observations on reading Japanese: reading aloud and reading without subvocalising.
A few tips to get off to a good start with vegan cooking.
A look at why the 'Little People' in Haruki Murakami's 1Q84 say 'Ho ho'
Why do Tengo and Fuka-eri repeat one another so frequently?
A story of counting systems, a mathematics treatise and buddhist scriptures, with a supercomputer and a samurai.
Some years ago I saw a a traditional dance performance in Kyoto on the eve of the Gion Matsuri. I finally turned it into a drawing.
Quick and Tasty recipes don't use onion. There is no special reason, I just prefer ginger. So let's make the case for ginger.
Why even 5 minutes per day is enough to get you there.
Some thoughts on a recent study saying that we need to eat ten portions of fruit and vegetables per day.
Quick an Tasty Cooking is one year old!
There are many, many varieties of rice. Here are five types that I like.
Why it is hard, and what you can do to make it easier.
Simple and effective design.
Peer into the fridge, see what you can make.
Discovering Murakami in Japanese, and a Zen cookbook.
Cooking food in the microwave has many advantages.
What we can learn from a Zen Buddhist cookbook.
Some of the qualities of a geek boffin are transferable to cooking.
With these tips, making tasty meals will be a breeze.
Recipes for healthy, tasty meals in no time.