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The weather is getting colder which gives us all an excuse to start eating more noodles. This Taiwanese Beef Noodles Soup from Umi Cafe will warm you up. Tucked in Downtown Issaquah, Umi Cafe is a hidden gem with a Koi Pond! This Taiwanese Beef Noodles Soup does require some assembly as the braised pork, marinated tofu, and pickled greens are served in the side.
This Thanksgiving holiday, we’re honoring our Native American brothers and sisters with an Unthanksgiving Day feast, including a traditional succotash side dish infused with the stimulating, cerebral strain Maple Leaf. We are 3 recipes in, so be sure to check the previous posts on this account.
The name succotash comes from the Narragansett word sohquttahhash, meaning cracked or broken corn, Narragansett being an Algonquian language spoken by the native people of the Rhode Island region. Succotash is also thought to be derived from the word misickquatash, meaning “ear of corn.” During the harvest time, the Three Sisters became a staple meal, combining corn, beans, squash or other vegetables such as peppers into a delicious late-fall to early winter stew. This traditional food was prepared over an open fire in earthen cooking pots in a time long before settlers ever stepped foot onto the land. It was then taught to the early settlers, who later added ingredients such as butter, cream, pork and okra. During the Great Depression, succotash soared into mainstream popularity as it was economical for families to prepare and a nutritious meal they could survive on.
Maple Leaf is a 100-percent pure indica strain that has a syrupy sweetness encompassing spice and earthy notes, which makes it a complementary flavor profile to the Three Sisters crops, especially the sugar pumpkin. Maple Leaf possesses an incredibly strong narcotic high that is perfect for combating chronic pain, muscle spasms, anxiety, nausea and migraines. Because of its ability to also promote restful and sound sleep, it is also perfect for treating insomnia. The Maple Leaf high starts with a glint of insightfulness akin to a creative spark right before the sleep-inducing properties take over. Serve this succotash with a late-night dinner for the perfect nightcap. Recipe link in bio 👆 🌽🌱🎃 📸 by @gabriellecatalanophotography