Leftover Chicken Ramen
"When I buy a roasted chicken from the grocer in a pinch, I remove one chicken thigh and both wings while it is still hot. Eventually, the rest of the meat makes its way into pastas, salads, soups, etc. Then we are left with the bones and the prized chicken jelly at the bottom of the tray. We can squeeze one more triumphant dish out of this chicken!" —Trevor Bird, British Columbia
Japanese Tofu Miso Soup with Edamame and Ginger
Miso is made by fermenting soy and sometimes also grains such as rice and buckwheat. The fermentation process releases some...